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New Ulm Medical Center

Providers

Stephen M Gilles, MD

Stephen M Gilles, MD specializes in family medicine at New Ulm Medical Center Clinic.

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Primary care providers

Family medicine ?

Jodi Buche, NP

Randeep Dhami, MD

Jody Enter, NP

Stephen M Gilles, MD

Daniel Holmberg, MD

Kara K Jorve, MD (also provides Obstetrics)

Sara Kanuch, NP

Francille Knowles, MD

Terence J Knowles, MD

Tawnya Kreilkamp, MD

Roger D Lindholm, MD (also provides Obstetrics)

Herman A Louters, MD

Bryana Malner Andert, DO

Scott J Rysdahl, MD

Annette Haynes, NP

Judy Hruby, RN, PA-C

Julie Long, CNP

Larry Lyon, MD

Michelle Owens, RN, NP

Anita Riederer, PA-C

Craig B Sievert, MD

Annette Schmit-Cline, MD

Ellen M Vancura, MD

Michelle R Wilkening, MD (also provides Obstetrics)

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Family medicine

A family doctor is concerned with the general health needs of people of all ages. Focusing on the primary care of you and your family, he or she can refer you to a specialist or community resources when appropriate.

Internal medicine ?

Daryn Collins, MD

Daniel T Groebner, MD

Joan M Krikava, MD, FACP

Matthew Lieser, MD

Sanjay K Mishra, MD

Jason A Mohror, MD

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Internal medicine

Our internal medicine specialists provide care at the clinic and in the hospital. These personal doctors help adolescents, adults and the elderly manage common and complex conditions.

Obstetrics and gynecology ?

Marc J Burkhart, MD

Victor R Khayat, MD, FACOG

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Obstetrics and gynecology

Women have special health needs. Our experts are here to help.

Obstetrician / gynecologists -- OB/GYNs -- are doctors who specialize in the care of the female reproductive system. This may include:

Some women choose an OB/GYN as their primary care provider.

Nurse practitioners also can specialize in health care for women.

Pediatrics ?

Daryn Collins, MD

Jason A Mohror, MD

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Pediatrics

Pediatricians are doctors who care for children. They specialize in the emotional, physical and social growth of babies to teens.

Specialists

Acupuncture

Joseph Bickle, LAc

ENT (Ears, Nose, Throat)

Timothy Christiansen, MD

Rick Nissen, MD

Emergency medicine ?

Luke W Albrecht, MD

Kristin Bergstrom, MD

Jeffrey Rayl, DO

James Zents, MD

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Emergency medicine

A sudden accident or illness can change your life in an instant. Available 24 hours a day, our emergency doctors, nurses and technicians focus on the immediate decisions and actions needed before and after reaching the hospital.

Call emergency services when rapid treatment will preserve life or avoid permanent harm.

General surgery ?

Kellie Newman, MD

Karl J Papierniak, MD

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General surgery

General surgeons are doctors who are there for you before, during and after an operation. They use best practices and equipment to make sure you receive the most accurate diagnosis, treatment and care.

Institute for Low Back & Neck

Steven Stulc, DO

David Strothman, MD

Mental health ?

Bonnie Beranek-Fortwengler, LICSW

Janice Beauduy, MD, LP

Douglas Fox, PhD

Patrice Luker, LMFT

Greg Omori, LICSW

Betsy Anderson, PsyD, LP

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Mental health

Mental or emotional illness can affect anyone and can be treated through different types of therapy. Our providers are here to help in many ways.

Minneapolis Heart Institute (Cardiology)

John Bernhardson, MD

Kevin Harris, MD

Desmond Jay, MD

Terrence Longe, MD

Marc Newell, MD

Laurie Sublett, CNP

Jay Traverse, MD

Nephrology

Rolph Storvick, MD

Neurology

David Dorn, MD

Nidal Alkurdy, MD

Oncology & Hematology ?

Ettore Piroso, MD

Joalle Holmberg, PA-C, MPA

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Oncology & Hematology

Cancer is a general term for more than 100 diseases caused by uncontrolled, abnormal cell growth.

Medical oncologists are doctors who treat cancer. They prescribe chemotherapy and other anti-cancer drugs, as well as pain medicine.

Medical oncologists work with other care team members to understand each patient and treat his or her cancer. A cancer care team may include experts in radiation oncology, surgeryradiology, pathology and palliative care, as well as the primary care physician.  

Ophthalmology ?

Natalia Kramarevsky, MD

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Ophthalmology (eye care)

Ophthalmologists are doctors who specialize in the medical and surgical care of eyes and in the prevention of eye disease and injury. They provide a full spectrum of care, including routine eye exams, diagnosis and medical treatment of eye disorders and diseases, surgery for and management of eye problems.

Orthopedic medicine ?

Mario L Desouza, MD

Jean Eelma, MD

Duane C Oftedahl, PA-C

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Orthopedic medicine

Your bones and muscles form the framework of your body. Our specialists use medical, surgical and physical means to preserve and restore this framework.

They care for children and adults whose musculoskeletal problems began at birth or developed later in life. This involves treating deformities, diseases, metabolic disturbances, infections, trauma, and tumors in the arms, feet, hands, legs, joints or the spine.

Psychiatry ?

Vanita Mishra, MD

Sumathi Vaidhyanathaswamy, MD

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Psychiatry

Psychiatrists are doctors who diagnose and treat addiction, emotional illness and mental problems. They can order medical tests, prescribe medicine and provide talk therapy.

Podiatry (foot medicine and surgery) ?

Steven D Wachter, DPM,FACFAS

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Podiatry (foot medicine and surgery)

A podiatrist is a doctor who evaluates and treats foot problems. Care can range from treating foot or ankle injuries to helping people with diabetes avoid common foot-related complications.

Radiology

Nate Groebner, MD

Rheumatology

Eric Schned, MD

Urology

Michael James, MD