Archive for April, 2014

Pediatric allergist practicing in Lakeville

Dr Nancy OttNancy Ott, MD, a pediatric allergist from Mayo Clinic, is now seeing patients at FamilyHealth Medical Clinic in Lakeville.

Dr. Ott practiced at Southdale Pediatrics for 22 years before moving to Mayo Clinic last year to add teaching and research to her practice. Her services are provided by Mayo Clinic Outreach.

Dr. Ott personal experience with childhood asthma has informed her work as a pediatric allergist.  At age 13, she spent nine months at National Jewish Hospital in Denver, Colorado, for asthma treatment.

“That’s what sparked my interest in medicine,” she said. “I had terrible asthma growing up in rural North Dakota.” Read more »

Northfield Police Reserves wanted

Ever thought about being a police reserve officer? The Northfield Police Department is looking for
a few good women and men to step up to the plate and join our department.
Training and uniforms provided. Application and job description can be found on
the city website under job opportunities. The deadline is April 29 at 4 pm.

City of Northfield – Police Reserves

 

Volunteers key to book fair success

bookfair2014How many Northfielders does it take to hold a book fair?
A lot.

That’s what Carolyn Sanford and Kathy Tezla, this year’s co-chairs of the Northfield Hospital Auxiliary’s Great Northfield, Minn. Book Raid, have discovered.

Since stepping forward to coordinate the auxiliary’s 53rd annual event, April 22-26, at the Northfield Ice Arena, they have been overwhelmed by the number of people and the flood of goodwill that surrounds this all-volunteer undertaking.

“We are simply amazed and delighted to see the energy and enthusiasm this community has for this event,” said Carolyn Sanford, a retired Carleton College librarian. “As new co-chairs, we are learning as we go, but all of the ‘helping hands’ make this a great experience.” Read more »

April is Occupational Therapy Month!

Each year in April, occupational therapists, occupational therapy assistants, and students in practice, education, research, and science host a month long celebration showcasing the importance of Occupational Therapy. It’s the time of year when everyone in the profession goes out of their way to tell the world about what we do. But promoting our profession is not just an April job.

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