Fairview Lakes Medical Center
Submitted photo At 10:47 a.m. Jan. 1, Britta Jean Doll became the first baby born in 2015 at Fairview Lakes Medical Center in Wyoming. In honor of the event, Mary Ann Cooper (right) of the Fairview Lakes Auxiliary presented Britta and her parents, Jeff and Melissa Doll of Stacy, with a basket of loc...Read More
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Jeffrey Hage Mille Lacs County Times A doctor who had practiced in association with Fairview Lakes Medical Center in Wyoming has surrendered his medical license in Iowa. The move comes nearly a year after Dr. Luther Philaya had his medical license suspended in Minnesota amidst allegations of prescri...Read More
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Lisa Kaczke Sun Current Newspapers Fairview has begun preparations at its clinics and hospitals in light of recent cases of Ebola in the United States. Ebola is spread through direct contact with bodily fluids from someone who has Ebola, or from exposure to contaminated objects like needles. The vir...Read More
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If the city of Wyoming could turn back the clock on the process of finding a site for a YMCA in the Forest Lake area, it would ask the nonprofit organization for a bit more communication. That was the message of Mayor Eric Peterson and Councilwoman Linda Nanko Yeager, who told the Forest Lake Times ...Read More
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Derrick Knutson ECM Post Review For many people who’ve played youth or college sports, especially ones that involve repeated contact like football or hockey, having one’s “bell rung” isn’t all that uncommon of an occurrence. Scott Ahrenholz, a sports medicine physician from Fairview Lakes ...Read More
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Living in the past, allowing past hurts to fester, worrying about the future . . . these are common to most people at some time. Dwelling on these thoughts for prolonged periods, however, can make people miserable and add stress to their lives. To help people learn a healthier way, Sue Flannigan, ad...Read More
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