Ridgeview physicians named ‘Top Doctors for Women’ by Minnesota Monthly

Four Ridgeview-associated physicians were recently named in Minnesota Monthly magazine’s listing of Top Doctors for Women. These physicians practice a specialty of medicine that primarily treats female patients or one in which the care of females differs from care for male patients; it is a subset of the magazine’s annual Top Doctors survey.

Ridgeview-affiliated physicians recognized in the 2017 Top Doctors for Women listing, listed by specialty category, include:

  • Sarah Freitas, MD, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Western OB/GYN, A Division of Ridgeview Clinics
  • Louise Ou-Yang, MD, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fairview Clinics*
  • Lioudmila Sitnikova, MD, Urology, Urology Associates, Ltd.
  • Jeffry Twidwell, MD, Urology, Urology Associates, Ltd.

*Dr. Ou-Yang will be joining Western OB/GYN, A Division of Ridgeview Clinics, in September 2017.

To compile the list, Minnesota Monthly contacted 10,000 licensed physicians in the 11-county metro area and Olmstead County, asking them to name up to three doctors (other than themselves) in each specialty category. Physicians with the highest vote totals appear on this list.

To research a Ridgeview or Ridgeview-associated top doctor, visit www.ridgeviewmedical.org.

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Ridgeview Medical Center Board of Directors names Michael Phelps as new President and CEO

Unanimous appointment to succeed retiring Robert Stevens

Robert Stevens and Mike Phelps

Michael Phelps, Chief Operating Officer at Ridgeview Medical Center, has been named the new President and CEO, effective July 10, 2017. Phelps is replacing Robert Stevens (left) who will retire from Ridgeview on Dec. 31, 2017, after serving as its President and CEO for 21 years.

The Ridgeview Medical Center Board of Directors announced today that Michael Phelps has been selected as Ridgeview’s new President and CEO, replacing Robert Stevens who will retire on Dec. 31, 2017, after leading the organization for 21 years.

 Phelps has worked for Ridgeview for 13 years, and has held a number of executive positions in the organization including serving as Vice President of Diversified Services from 2006-2010, Chief Administrative Officer from 2010-13 and as Chief Operating Officer since 2013. In his executive roles, Phelps has led operations for Ridgeview’s network of hospitals, primary and specialty care clinics and outreach services in Ridgeview’s six-county service area. He has also developed and implemented many of Ridgeview’s key business strategies, expansion projects, clinical partnerships and programs, and led the system’s financial operations, provider and payer relations, and acquisition activities. Phelps also led the development of Ridgeview’s first Accountable Care Organization, serving as CEO of Ridgeview Community Network.

New President and CEO Selection

Mitchell Kilian, Chair of the Ridgeview Medical Center Board of Directors, said that the Board has a responsibility for due diligence and regularly discusses succession planning for all executives to ensure it has the best leadership in the industry. Upon receiving Stevens’ decision to retire, the Ridgeview Board initiated a comprehensive process in early 2017 to guide the selection of its new President and CEO and explored both external and internal search options. “This included extensive interviews with Mike Phelps, a skilled executive who Bob has been mentoring as his possible successor,” Kilian said. “Valuing stability, succession planning and his outstanding, proven leadership performance, the Board unanimously selected Mike Phelps as Bob’s replacement.”

“Ridgeview is financially and operationally strong, positioned well for the future and committed to stability and independence under the new leadership of Mike Phelps,” Kilian added. “Over the past 13 years, he has demonstrated to the Board that he has the expertise, experience and vision to guide Ridgeview in this dynamic health care environment. Most important, Mike has the passion and the heart to maintain our culture of surrounding every patient and family with kindness and compassion.”

Phelps is only the third President and CEO in Ridgeview’s 54-year history, succeeding Stevens and its first president John Devins. “I’m honored that the Ridgeview Board of Directors has placed its trust and confidence in me to lead this amazing organization. The Board and I have a shared vision around the continued growth and role of Ridgeview as a valued and preferred health care provider for the people, businesses, and clinical partners in our communities. I intend to build on these strengths of the organization and to position us for success in this complex health care environment,” Phelps said. “I cannot overstate how rewarding it is to be a member of such a high performing leadership team with an innovative and caring culture, excellent physicians and staff who are second to none.”

“Ridgeview has been fortunate to have such stable and visionary leadership with John Devins and Bob Stevens in the CEO position. I sincerely appreciate and thank Bob for his mentoring and leadership during the past 13 years,” Phelps said.

Robert Stevens retiring Dec. 31, 2017

Stevens made the decision to retire from Ridgeview after leading the organization for 21 years. “Bob is a visionary, and a nationally recognized and compassionate leader who moved us from a city-owned hospital and two locations to an independent, non-profit system with three hospitals, 12 primary care clinics, multiple specialty clinics, outreach programs and more,” Kilian said. “Always committed to making care more accessible in the communities we serve, it was his vision to build Two Twelve Medical Center, the Midwest’s first 24/7 emergency and urgent care facility – a model that has been adopted by many health systems across the country.”

Under Stevens’ leadership, Ridgeview has grown from 800 employees in 1996 to 2,000 employees, 500 volunteers and more than 600 credentialed providers on its medical staff today. “Bob has managed Ridgeview’s growth while always focusing on the needs of our patients and communities,” Kilian said. “Twenty-one years is a long time to serve as CEO, especially in health care, and the Board thanks and recognizes Bob for his significant contributions and commitment to Ridgeview.”

Stevens has decided to explore other opportunities in retirement, but will remain with the organization through 2017 to ensure a smooth leadership transition. “I support the Board of Directors’ decision 100 percent,” Stevens said. “I am completely confident that Mike has the experience and ability to lead Ridgeview as President and CEO. He has developed strong relationships with staff and our health care partners, has led many of our innovative strategies and projects, and is passionate about our patients and communities.”

“It has been my privilege to work with the most talented staff, providers, volunteers, leaders and community members. Ridgeview is a very special place, and I am both honored and humbled to have served as CEO,” Stevens said.

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Ridgeview Foundation hosting 32nd Annual Golf & Taste Celebration; event raised record $1.25 million in 2016

Ridgeview Foundation will host its 32nd Annual Golf & Taste Celebration at Island View Golf Club in Waconia on Monday, June 19, 2017. As Ridgeview Foundation’s largest fundraising event, the annual Golf & Taste Celebration event brings more than 600 people together to raise funds for Ridgeview Medical Center.

Since 1986, more than $10 million has been raised through the Golf & Taste Celebration to expand the technology and services available to people and communities in the six-county area served by Ridgeview. Proceeds from this year’s event will support the renovation and expansion of Ridgeview’s Emergency Department in Waconia. Set to begin construction in early 2018, this expansion will allow Ridgeview’s emergency services to remain as a premier resource in the southwest metro area.

“This exciting and significant project will transform how we provide emergency care on our Waconia campus, enhancing our ability to continue providing life-saving procedures and treatment,” said Robert Stevens, president and CEO, Ridgeview Medical Center. “We are designing specialized areas to accommodate patients of different ages and needs, investing in advanced equipment and technology, and improving the overall patient experience.

“Every contribution does make a difference for this important project. We are grateful for the very generous and ongoing commitment of our Golf & Taste sponsors, supporters and participants to Ridgeview and the communities we serve,” Stevens said

Major event sponsors include: Charter Bank (Presenting Sponsor, Premier Level); Emergency Physicians & Consultants, P.A.; Lakeview Clinic, Ltd.; Marco, Inc.; Security Bank & Trust; Mortenson Construction; Wigen Water Technologies; Ridgeview Medical Staff; Consulting Radiologists, Ltd.; US Bank Private Client Reserve; Allina Health; Aurora Investments LLC; Lindberg & Associates; Medallion Cabinetry – an Elkay Company; Medica; Twin Cities Orthopedics, PA; Catalyst Construction; CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP; Irish Born Hospitality; KleinBank; Lockton Companies, LLC; Melchert Hubert Sjodin, PLLP; North Central Ambulance Sales; OBGYN West; PrairieCare, LLC; Western OB/GYN Physicians, A Division of Ridgeview Clinics; Beniek Property Services, Inc.; E.P.S., Inc.; Meristem; Minnesota Oncology Hematology, P.A.; IWCO Direct; Laketown Electric Corporation; SDQ Janitorial; 5th Street Ventures; Associated Benefits and Risk Consulting; Conduent; Hennepin County Medical Center; Paragon Development Systems, Inc.; Park Dental Group; Prouty Project; South Lake Pediatrics; and Youngstedt Companies.

Golf and so much more

The day-long Golf & Taste event begins with morning golf, followed by a Bridge Tournament and afternoon golf. The evening Taste Celebration has continued to be a highlight each year, with a large number of local restaurants and vendors serving food and refreshments.

Ridgeview Foundation is adding the “Grip It & Rip It” board to this year’s event. It is an interactive, fundraising game that provides a great opportunity to support Ridgeview while having fun. Participants will have the opportunity to purchase a square on the board for $100 and have the opportunity to win prizes – including a grand prize of a vacation for two.

The celebration also includes a silent auction, program and a live auction.  Ian Leonard, Fox 9 chief meteorologist, will serve as the emcee and auctioneer for the evening program.

To purchase tickets for event, call Ridgeview Foundation at 952-442-6010, or visit ridgeviewmedical.org/golf. These tickets can also be purchased at the event on June 19.

About Ridgeview Foundation

Ridgeview Foundation promotes philanthropy and builds relationships to support Ridgeview Medical Center’s mission to make a positive difference in the quality of life and health for the west-suburban communities served. A volunteer Board of Directors, whose members represent communities throughout Ridgeview’s service region, guides it. For more information about the Foundation or how you can get involved, visit www.ridgeviewfoundation.org.

 

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Ridgeview Belle Plaine Clinic is now open; ribbon-cutting ceremony was held June 1

The new Ridgeview Belle Plaine Clinic opened on Monday, June 5.  Representatives from Ridgeview, The Lutheran Home Association, City of Belle Plaine and the construction and architectural firms participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the clinic on June 1.

The Ridgeview Belle Plaine Clinic is located at 165 Commerce Drive West (Highway 169) in Belle Plaine on the new Ridgeview Health Campus. The clinic is open Monday-Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The provider team includes family practice physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners – including Milton Fong, MD, Mike Lano, MD and 17 clinical, lab and radiology, and support staff members. Appointments can be made by calling 952-777-5661.

Ridgeview Rehab Specialties is also providing on-site physical therapy, athletic training and access to a full spectrum of therapeutic and medical fitness services – led by Karlene McDonald, PT, supervisor, Ridgeview Rehab Specialties, and Katelyn Berens, athletic trainer, Ridgeview Rehab Specialties. For Ridgeview Rehab Specialties appointment information, call 952-777-5674.

The Ridgeview Health Campus in Belle Plaine is operated in partnership by Ridgeview Medical Center and The Lutheran Home Association. The more than 100,000-square-foot campus includes the Ridgeview Belle Plaine Clinic, KingsPath Senior Living, First Choice Pharmacy, Shape It Up Fitness–Belle Plaine, Ridgeview Rehab Specialties, a wellness area and more. To learn more, visit www.ridgeviewmedical.org.

Ridgeview hosted a ribbon-cutting event at its new Ridgeview Belle Plaine Clinic on Thursday, June 1, 2017. Pictured, from left to right, are: Sara Aulizia, director of Construction and Real Estate Management, Ridgeview Medical Center; Jeff Nelson, vice chair, Ridgeview Medical Center Board of Directors; Matt Burrow, president, Catalyst Construction; Jon Buggy, principal, RSP Architects; John Prondzinski, vice president, Ridgeview Medical Center; Robert Stevens, president and CEO, Ridgeview Medical Center; Chris Meyer, Mayor of Belle Plaine; Michael Klatt, president and CEO, The Lutheran Home Association; Michael Phelps, chief operating officer, Ridgeview Medical Center; Mike Lano, MD, Ridgeview Belle Plaine Clinic, and Milton Fong, MD, Ridgeview Belle Plaine Clinic.

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Ridgeview Foundation awards scholarships to 16 area high school seniors

Pictured with Linda Roebke, Ridgeview Foundation Board member and Scholarship Committee member, are (front row, from left): Cassidy McGillick, Emma Panning, Mariah Horning, Erica Quintero-Ponce, Ryann Beyer and Katherine Schleif; (back row, from left) Stephanie Hoffmann, Laura Price, Evalana Burroughs, Gabriell Bayerl, Kendra O’Brien, Jamie DeBruyckere and Linda Roebke. Not pictured are Lucy Koch, Elliot Forst and Betsy Surver.

Ridgeview Foundation is pleased to announce the 2017 recipients of a health care scholarship. Scholarships of $2,000 each were awarded to the following high school students who are pursuing a health-care related degree or career:

  • Kellen Bergs                  Belle Plaine Sr. High School
  • Emma Panning             Central High School
  • Laura Price                    Chanhassen High School
  • Erica Quintero-Ponce  Chaska High School
  • Katherine Schleif          Delano High School
  • Stephanie Hoffmann   Holy Trinity High School
  • Gabriell Bayerl              Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted
  • Jamie DeBruyckere     Lester Prairie High School
  • Lucy Koch                      Mayer Lutheran High School
  • Elliot Forst                     Minnetonka High School
  • Ryann Beyer                  Mound Westonka High School
  • Betsy Surver                  Orono High School
  • Cassidy McGillick         Southwest Christian High School
  • Evalana Burroughs       Waconia High School
  • Mariah Horning            Ridgeview Medical Center Employee’s Child (Waconia
    High School)
  • Kendra O’Brien              Watertown-Mayer High School

Ridgeview Foundation awarded $32,000 in scholarships to west-metro students this year. The Health Care Scholarship is 100 percent funded by Ridgeview Friends & Family, Ridgeview’s largest and oldest giving club, through annual donations from community members and Ridgeview employees.

In 2001, Ridgeview Foundation created the scholarship program in response to the shortage of health care workers. Nearly $90,000 was raised at the 2001 Ridgeview Foundation Golf Extravaganza toward the creation of the scholarship program. The Foundation has awarded scholarships to 196 area students since the program’s inception. Ridgeview Medical Center becomes an educational resource for many recipients as they frequently participate in job shadows and internships offered by Ridgeview. To date, 12 previous scholarship recipients have come to work at Ridgeview.

For more information about the scholarship program and its eligibility requirements, or to donate to the scholarship fund, please contact Ridgeview Foundation at 952-442-6010. Application forms for the 2018 scholarships will be available February 2018.

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Ridgeview hosting free Celebration of Life event June 15

Cancer Survivors’ Night featuring two speakers

June is National Cancer Survivor Month and Ridgeview Medical Center is joining organizations and communities across the country in hosting an event to celebrate cancer survivorship. This year’s Celebration of Life event will be held on Thursday, June 15, 2017, at the Ridgeview Community Auditorium, 500 S. Maple St., Waconia.

The evening will feature presentations by two speakers. Elaine Wilson, writer, mother, cancer survivor and an avid skier from Minnetonka, will share her own personal cancer journey.  Allison DeCamillis, MS, ATR, LPCC, is program director at Gilda’s Club Twin Cities, a local cancer support community. DeCamillis will discuss ways to develop skills and resiliency to keep moving forward when living with cancer.

Registration begins at 6 p.m. and the presentations will begin at 6:30 p.m.  Light appetizers will be served. The program is free and open to the public. Registration is not required but requested. Please call 952-442-8083 or visit Ridgeview’s Classes and Events listing.

Ridgeview is nationally recognized as a Community Cancer Program, accredited by the Commission on Cancer, partnering with leading cancer care providers, clinics and programs to diagnose, treat and support more than 500 adult cancer patients annually through a multidisciplinary team.

In 2016, Ridgeview and Minnesota Oncology entered into a formal partnership with Minnesota Oncology to form the Minnesota Oncology & Ridgeview Cancer & Infusion Center, with two clinic locations (Chaska and Waconia).

For more information, visit www.ridgeviewmedical.org or http://mnoncology.com/about-us/locations/chaska-waconia/

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Ridgeview eCare expands to include 17 conditions

Need care for a minor illness, seasonal allergies or more? Consider visiting www.RidgevieweCare.org, through which online care and prescriptions are available for 17 conditions.

Conditions treated through Ridgeview eCare now include:

  • Canker sore
  • Cold sore
  • Cold
  • Dermatitis
  • NEW: Ear pain (otitis externa)
  • Eczema
  • NEW: Epi Pen refill (auto injector)
  • Female bladder infection
  • Influenza
  • NEW: Mild asthma medication refill
  • NEW: Pertussis exposure
  • Pink eye (conjunctivitis)
  • NEW: Seasonal allergies/allergic rhinitis
    and allergy refill
  • Sinus infection
  • Sore throat
  • NEW: Tick bite
  • Vaginal yeast infection

Ridgeview eCare is available for a cost of $35, payable by credit card, debit card or Health Savings Account (HSA) card, and provides quick, convenient, online care for minor illnesses and symptoms – without making an appointment or visit to a clinic.

Ridgeview eCare is available to anyone, anywhere in the state of Minnesota and accessible from any web-enabled device. Simply log on to www.ridgeviewecare.org and complete the brief online interview by entering your symptoms. Once you complete the process, a Ridgeview Clinic clinician will review and respond with a diagnosis and treatment plan within one hour of Ridgeview’s scheduled business hours.

Should you require medication, prescriptions will be sent to your preferred pharmacy for pick-up. If your symptoms indicate an emergent or serious health condition, you will be directed to call 9-1-1 and/or go to the nearest emergency, urgent care or clinic location.

Hours of operation

Ridgeview eCare can be used at any time of day, and Ridgeview providers will respond within one hour between 8 a.m. and 8 pm., Monday-Friday, and 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. Ridgeview’s eCare service is not available during holidays; however, customers will be provided information about Ridgeview’s Emergency and Urgent Care locations during non-business hours.

For more information, visit www.ridgeviewecare.org or contact Ridgeview Delano Clinic at 952-442-7800.

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Ridgeview Belle Plaine Clinic to open June 5, 2017

Ridgeview Medical Center is pleased to announce that its new Ridgeview Belle Plaine Clinic will open on Monday, June 5, 2017. Located on the Ridgeview Health Campus in Belle Plaine (165 Commerce Drive West on Highway 169), Ridgeview Belle Plaine Clinic offers area residents of all ages with convenient, local access to comprehensive primary care and family medicine services.

One of Ridgeview’s 12 primary care clinics located in the southwest metro, Ridgeview Belle Plaine Clinic will offer same-day care for acute illnesses and minor injuries, annual physicals and other preventive health services, on-site laboratory and X-ray, and access to Ridgeview’s comprehensive network of specialty care services and providers.

“We are very excited to provide residents in Belle Plaine, the surrounding communities and commuters along the Highway 169 corridor with convenient, local access to the health care they need – right here in their own Belle Plaine backyards,” said Mike Phelps, chief operating officer, Ridgeview Medical Center. “What makes this especially exciting is our partnership with The Lutheran Home Association, as we are truly building a health destination for people of all ages and needs. Having KingsPath Senior Living co-located on the Ridgeview Health Campus allows us a unique opportunity to provide senior residents with on-site access to medical care, therapy services and more without having to leave the campus.

“Belle Plaine has been very welcoming to Ridgeview, and we thank everyone for their interest and support as we planned and continue to build the campus,” Phelps added. “We look forward to learning more about community members’ health care needs and interests, and to adding more on-site services – including urgent care and specialty services – in the coming months.”

The Ridgeview Belle Plaine Clinic will be open Monday-Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the provider team includes family practice physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners – including Milton Fong, M.D., Mike Lano, M.D. and 17 clinical, lab and radiology, and support staff members. Ridgeview is also hiring new providers who will begin seeing patients in Belle Plaine this summer and fall. To schedule clinic appointments, please call 952-777-5661.

Ridgeview Rehab Specialties will also provide on-site physical therapy, athletic training and access to a full spectrum of therapeutic and medical fitness services – led by Karlene McDonald, PT, supervisor, Ridgeview Rehab Specialties, and Katelyn Berens, athletic trainer, Ridgeview Rehab Specialties. For Ridgeview Rehab Specialties appointment information, call 952-777-5674.

Area residents will also benefit from other on-site health and wellness services opening in June on the new Ridgeview Health Campus, including FirstChoice Pharmacy (including drive-up), ShapeItUp Fitness-Belle Plaine, a wellness area, community room, outdoor walking paths and more. There are also plans to have a coffee shop on the campus available to the community.

KingsPath Senior Living is scheduled to open its 55-residential facility in October 2017. A campus-wide grand opening event will be held in the early fall and the public will be invited as details are finalized.

“We are excited to partner with Ridgeview Medical Center,” said Michael Klatt, president and CEO of The Lutheran Home Association. “The campus as a health and wellness destination will engage community members and bring in people from surrounding communities.”

About The Lutheran Home Association

The Lutheran Home Association is a not-for-profit ministry dedicated to providing for the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of people in their care. The Lutheran Home Association offers a wide variety of health care, housing, and spiritual outreach services with campuses in several states and congregational programs serving seniors and individuals with intellectual developmental disabilities nationwide. Services and programs include senior living, skilled nursing care, memory care, disability services, rehabilitative therapies, chaplaincy, Bible classes, worship services and property management services. Learn more at www.tlha.org.

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Free Active Aging Month community presentation

Author Dick Edwards to present ‘Mom, Dad … Can We Talk?’ program at Ridgeview on May 30

In support of Active Aging Month, community residents are invited to attend a free presentation by speaker and author Dick Edwards on Tuesday, May 30, 2017, beginning at 6 p.m. in the Ridgeview Community Auditorium, 500 South Maple Street, Waconia. The program is free and open to the public. To register to attend, call 952-442-8083. For more information, visit www.ridgeviewmedical.org

Edwards is the author of Mom, Dad…Can We Talk? Insight and Perspectives to Help Us Do What’s Best for Our Aging Parents With more than 5,000 copies sold, Edwards’ book speaks clearly to individuals dealing with the issues and concerns of their aging parents. He is presenting at Ridgeview as part of the All’s Well Waconia initiative and Active Aging Month celebration in May.

Edwards has 40 years of experience working closely with older adults and their families. For the last 20 years of his career, he served as administrator of Charter House, a nationally recognized model of excellence in retirement living and long-term health care, affiliated with the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn.  Edwards has shared his presentation with adult children across the country, and to professionals in service to older persons and their families

He earned his Baccalaureate from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, and his Masters from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. He and his wife, Pat, live in west central Wisconsin, and have three adult children and six grandchildren.

About All’s Well Waconia and Active Aging Month
The mission of the Waconia Active Aging Month is to highlight local level wellness events that promote taking personal responsibility for one’s health: physically, socially, (financially) or mentally. This month-long series of events is designed to focus attention on the positive aspects of growing older. These events include free fitness classes, cooking and nutrition programs, educational presentations and other activities.

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13 Ridgeview and Ridgeview-associated physicians earn ‘Rising Stars’ recognition

Thirteen Ridgeview and Ridgeview-associated physicians were recently named in Mpls.St.Paul magazine’s third annual listing of Top Doctors Rising Stars. Rising Stars have been fully licensed to practice for approximately 10 years or less and included 383 doctors in 43 specialties who are recognized for providing outstanding care and have the high regard of their peers.

According to Mpls.St.Paul magazine, doctors included in this list were selected after a peer-nomination process. These candidates were then grouped in 43 specialties and evaluated on myriad factors, including, but not limited to, professional achievement, review by an expert panel, extensive research and disciplinary history. The final list includes only those with the highest point totals from the surveys, research and blue-ribbon panel review.

Ridgeview and Ridgeview-associated physicians recognized in the 2017 Top Doctors Rising Stars listing include:

Ridgeview physicians:

Ridgeview-affiliated physicians:

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Two Twelve Medical Center
111 Hundertmark Road, Chaska, MN 55318
Call: 952-361-2447
Two Twelve Medical Center is owned and operated by Ridgeview Medical Center.
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