When I decided on a place to practice, my family and I found rural Iowa attractive and preferred it to the fast-paced life of New York City and New Jersey. Ethel also enjoyed spending a few months in Iowa, where we never thought we would be working in small town Iowa.
It was the love of science and repair of things that led Megan Lehr to the medical field, she says, but it was especially rewarding to care for patients who were part of the rural population. We enjoyed being good - we did baby screenings and interacted with families to better understand our young patients over time. Ron also carried out home visits within 20 miles of Mount Ayr for some of our patients who are home bound, allowing hospital staff to keep appointments free.
When I graduated, I was immediately offered a job and completed clinical training at Ringgold County Hospital. Later I completed my pediatrics residency at the University of Iowa Medical Center in Des Moines and am Board-certified by the American Board of Pediatrics.
Dr Fasbender is supporting the Mt Ayr Medical Clinic by stepping in for other providers who are on leave or on peak hours. I am also on duty on alternating days, looking after patients in the emergency room, emergency room, intensive care unit and other areas of the hospital. Dr. Fasbender: I'm available to do a lot of work at Mt. Ayr, but I don't do a hospital round as much as I would if I were cared for at the University of Iowa Medical Center in Des Moines.
Family medicine is a medical specialty that deals with the complete health care of individuals and families. Board - certified doctors, nurses and other health professionals share shifts to ensure that care is available 24 hours a day in emergencies. Although no one wants to end up in the emergency room, we have found that it is staffed by professionals who love their work and the team they work with. Learn more about family medicine at the University of Iowa Medical Center in Des Moines.
The maintenance certification program encourages the boards - certified physicians - to continue learning and evaluating themselves throughout their medical careers. D.O.D. holders acquire the ability to become an osteopathic physician, which has a long history of success in the field of family medicine and other medical fields. Megan Lehr said she had no hourly limits when Jerry LeHR met his residency requirements at the University of Kansas. He jokes that he's a bit of a father, but his patients come to see him for the same care.
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She graduated from Southwestern Community College in Creston as a Registered Nurse (RN) and subsequently became a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). Not satisfied with the status quo, Denise went back to school to do her bachelor's and then her master's. She then returned to school and earned her doctorate in nursing from the University of Iowa College of Nursing in 2016. Before joining Mt Ayr Medical Clinic as an ARNP, Erin worked in the acute emergency room at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Des Moines.
Dr. Raecker then returned to the University of Iowa, where she graduated in 2015 with a master's degree in nursing from the College of Nursing. In 2014, he completed his residency in emergency medicine at Mt Ayr Medical Clinic as an ARNP.
Dr. Webb earned a B.A. from the University of Florida in Communication Science and Disorders. Dr Martin completed his residency in emergency medicine at Mt Ayr Medical Clinic as an ARNP. He received a master's degree in public health from Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit and a doctorate in medical education from Indiana University School of Medicine.
After graduating from Guilford in 1929, he entered Temple University Medical School in Philadelphia in 1933 and graduated. He earned a master of science in nursing from Clarkson College in Omaha, Nebraska, before earning an associate degree from Des Moines Area Community College in 2010. Dr. Raecker studied biology at St. College of Northfield and earned his bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Minnesota in Duluth and a BA from St. Olaf College in Northfields, MN. He received a medical degree from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in 2009 and a doctorate in medical education from Indiana University School of Medicine in 2011.