Allina Health’s New Ulm Medical Center Clinic adds new providers

NEW ULM, Minn. (October 26, 2022) — Allina Health is excited to announce three new providers joining the team at the New Ulm Medical Center Clinic. 

Amanda Goblish, DNP, APRN, FNP is a family practice provider with an interest in family medicine, well child exams, chronic disease management, preventative health, and acute care. She is currently seeing patients at the clinic. 

“I enjoy family medicine because of the various age ranges of patients and potential health care needs,” said Goblish. “I am interested in promoting evidence based preventative and acute health care and supporting patients in their health care decisions.

Goblish earned her nursing and Doctor of Nursing practice (DNP) degrees from South Dakota State University.

Elizabeth Ongjoco, PA-C specializes in orthopedics with an interest in sports medicine, fractures and dislocations, full joint replacement and laparoscopic surgery. Ongjoco is currently seeing patients at the clinic.

“I am passionate about patient education,” said Ongjoco. “I love educating patients about their condition and why certain courses of treatment work so that when a patient makes a decision, they understand why.”

Ongjoco earned her physician assistant (PA-C) degree at the College of Saint Scholastica, and she is a member of the American Academy of Physician Associates.

Cy Schweiss, DNP, FNP, APRN specializes in orthopedics. She will begin seeing patients in January.

“I grew up in a nearby community and relied on New Ulm Medical Center for my own care and for my family’s care,” said Schweiss. “I have had great experiences here both as a patient and as a student and I am excited to be a part of the team.”

She earned her nursing and Doctor of Nursing degrees from the University of Minnesota – Mankato and is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.


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