Madelia, Minn. – Madelia Health is thrilled to announce that we have fully staffed the Truman Clinic and will be opening our doors to patients on December 1st . The Clinic is located at 401 N. 4th Avenue, and will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Patients can make appointments now by calling 507.776.TRUE (507.776.8783).
The Madelia Health caregivers that will be serving patients in Truman are all residents of the area:
Carolyn Drevlow is a Certified Nurse Practitioner who will be working exclusively at the Truman Clinic. Drevlow grew up in Truman and currently resides there. She has been a Nurse Practitioner in the area since 2003, and most recently worked at Dulcimer Medical Center in Fairmont and Ecumen Hospice in Owatonna. Carolyn will see patients of all ages at the Truman Clinic. She will provide care for acute illnesses and minor injuries, chronic disease and medication management, immunizations, well-child care, sports physicals, adult physicals and preventive health care.
Lauren Schofield is a Registered Nurse (RN) who will also be working exclusively in Truman. Lauren lives east of Truman with her husband, Will, and their children. She is a graduate of New Ulm Cathedral High School and attended the University of Minnesota, Duluth and Presentation College for her RN degree. She worked ten years in long-term care and seven years in public health prior to joining Madelia Health. In addition to her RN role, Lauren will also be doing some on-site laboratory tests for patients.
Ashley Holm will be working in Patient Services at the Truman Clinic. She recently moved to Truman from Madelia. Ashley has been working at our Madelia facility for four years.
In August, Madelia Health signed a five-year lease with the City of Truman to open the Clinic. It is attached to the Heartland Senior Living facility location, formerly occupied by Mayo Clinic Health Systems. The inside of the building has been fully remodeled with new flooring, paint, furniture and decorating. Outside new landscaping and signs will be completed soon, if weather permits.
“We are excited to expand our health care services to the City of Truman, and to give area residents the option of having their primary care needs met close to home,” said Jake Redden, Madelia Health CEO.