Rural Physician Associate Program (RPAP) student Mariah Dahmen shadows family medicine physicians Glenn Nemec, MD, and Teresa Devine, MD, three to five days each week and experiences first-hand what it’s really like to work and live in a rural area. “The opportunity to share my experience with the next generation of doctors and help them learn, grow and be inspired is very important to me and to Stellis Health,” says Dr. Nemec.
Mariah is learning clinical medicine, procedures, community health, and the business of medicine alongside Drs. Nemec and Devine. RPAP is a nine-month, hands-on educational experience in which third-year medical students work with physicians and specialists in the clinic and hospital.
The total cost of care at Stellis Health is 15 percent lower than the Minnesota state average, according to the latest report by the Minnesota Community Measurement (MNCM) nonprofit. “We strive to keep our costs down and this report shows that our providers are doing a great job at using health care resources effectively and wisely,” says Douglas Hanson, MPA, CEO of Stellis Health. “We’ve been consistently ranked as a lower cost clinic by Minnesota Community Measurement.”
The report looks at the average costs for the 119 most common medical procedures and services in Minnesota. For example, the average payment Stellis Health receives for an initial physician visit by a new patient is $240 while the average reimbursement at other clinics across the state is $384.
We understand how difficult it can be to learn about the various Medicare plans. The options and choices have created uncertainty for many Minnesotans. Cost and coverage are always important for all seniors. In addition, we want you to choose a plan that offers Stellis Health as an option so you continue your care here with your provider and clinic.
In this time of changing insurance options, one thing has not changed – Stellis Health is here for you. We are recognized for significantly lowering medical care costs and have been delivering the best care to our seniors for over 65 years. Rest assured, Stellis Health is your consistent and trusted partner for health care.
Family Medicine Physician Heidi Nichol, MD, MPH recently joined Stellis Health – Monticello Clinic. “We’re thrilled to welcome Dr. Nichol to our medical staff and community,” says Douglas Hanson, MPA, CEO of Stellis Health. “She is interested in practicing in a smaller community and will provide full spectrum family medicine, including obstetrics.”
“I consider is a great privilege to establish caring, long-term relationships with patients and families in order to help each person enjoy the highest possible quality of life,” says Dr. Nichol. With special interests in preventative care, obstetrics and pediatrics, she can care for the entire family throughout their lifespan.
Family Medicine Physician Beth Brinkman, MD, recently joined Stellis Health – Buffalo Clinic. “We’re very excited to welcome Dr. Brinkman to our medical staff and community,” says Douglas Hanson, MPA, CEO of Stellis Health. “Her focus on prevention, women’s health and caring for chronic diseases is a great complement to our medical staff.”
“My goal is to partner with my patients and together come up with the best plan to optimize their health,” says Dr. Brinkman. With special interests in preventative care, chronic disease management, women’s health,
By Lindsey Latteman, MD, OB/GYN at Stellis Health
One of the most common symptoms of early pregnancy is the dreaded morning sickness – sudden bouts of nausea and even vomiting that can happen all hours of the day and be provoked by the smallest things.
Many women have trouble with these feelings of nausea, but there are plenty of remedies that are safe in pregnancy and proven to work.
Thank you Monticello Times readers for voting Stellis Health-Monticello Clinic best clinic, facility, doctor, pediatrician and OB/Gyn.
Thank you Press & News readers for voting Stellis Health best OB/GYN clinic and Megan Otis, DO, best doctor.
Lindsey Latteman, MD, recently joined Stellis Health as an OB/GYN specialist caring for women at all stages of life from adolescence and pregnancy through menopause. “We’re excited to welcome Dr. Latteman to our team of OB/GYN providers,” says Douglas Hanson, MPA, CEO of Stellis Health, P.A. “She is another great provider choice for area women seeking quality obstetric and gynecological care.”
“I became an OB/GYN because I loved talking to my friends about their health, and believe that women should feel comfortable talking to their health care providers about anything,” says Dr. Latteman.
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