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Sanford Worthington welcomes new provider

WORTHINGTON -- Kelli Hinsch, DNP, APRN, has joined the team of health care providers at Sanford Worthington. She began seeing patients at Sanford Worthington Clinic Oct. 26.

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WORTHINGTON -- Kelli Hinsch, DNP, APRN, has joined the team of health care providers at Sanford Worthington. She began seeing patients at Sanford Worthington Clinic Oct. 26.

 

Hinsch is an Army veteran who received her bachelor of arts degree in nursing in 2005 from Augustana University in Sioux Falls, S.D. She received her doctor of nursing practice degree in 2016 from the South Dakota State University in Brookings. She is board certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. She is working in family medicine and acute care.

 

“We want to welcome Kelli to the Sanford Worthington family,” said Greg Shell, Sanford Worthington Clinic manager. “Our medical staff is excited to work with her, and we know our patients will get great value out of the knowledge she will bring to the clinic.”

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Hinsch resides in Harrisburg, S,D., with her significant other, Adam, and two children, Sarah (10) and Jackson (6). She enjoys spending time with her family, kayaking and participating in outdoor activities.   

 

For more information on Hinsch and to see her online video, visit sanfordworthington.org.

 

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