Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center receives gift from the Arlington Lions Club

Representatives from Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center and Ridgeview Sibley Foundation gathered, while practicing social distancing, with members of the Arlington Lions Club on Aug. 6, 2020. The Lions presented the second $5,000 check for its $10,000 of the donation to support the Arlington campus renovation project. “Thanks to the Arlington Lions generosity, Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center can … [Read more...]

Ridgeview welcomes OB/GYN Heidi Edsill, MD

Heidi Edsill, MD, has joined Western OB/GYN, A Division of Ridgeview Clinics and sees patients at its Arlington, Chaska and Waconia clinic locations. Dr. Edsill received her Doctorate of Medicine from Creighton University in Omaha, NE, and completed her residency at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN. She then spent six years as an associate professor at Creighton where she … [Read more...]

Ridgeview’s Arlington, Gaylord and Winthrop Clinics are open.

Ridgeview’s Arlington and Gaylord Clinics are open Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Ridgeview Winthrop Clinic is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please call 507-964-2271 to make an appointment in Arlington, 507-237-5523 to schedule in Gaylord and 507-647-5318 to schedule in Winthrop.   Please note the Ridgeview Henderson Clinic will be temporarily closed, … [Read more...]

Ways you can help during COVID-19

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Factory Made N95 & Ear Loop Masks Accepted at Ridgeview

Ridgeview Medical Center is asking community members to consider donating face masks amid the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic which has resulted in a worldwide shortage. Donations of factory-made N95 and ear loop masks, in addition to hand-sewn ear loop masks are sought. To arrange for drop off, email Kelly Mulleady at kelly.mulleady@ridgeviewmedical.org with the subject line “Mask … [Read more...]

What you should know about Coronavirus

Along with other health care organizations, Ridgeview is preparing for the predicted spread of COVID-19 in the U.S. to support the health and safety of our communities. What you should know: Currently, there are no medications to treat or vaccines to prevent COVID-19. Ridgeview will continue efforts to prevent the spread of influenza. Patients are being screened in Ridgeview’s Clinics … [Read more...]

Arlington resident returns ‘home’ as a Ridgeview physician

Teresa Meyer (Deeter), DO understands the privilege to know many of her patients before they walk through the doors of the Ridgeview Arlington Clinic. Dr. Meyer is a native of the area and a 2006 graduate of Sibley East High School. She recently jumped at the opportunity to return home and practice family medicine in Arlington. “My husband and I both have a passion for rural medicine and we … [Read more...]

Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center to Host Fall Prevention Workshop for Seniors in Arlington

Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center will host a seven-week fall prevention workshop for seniors, beginning Thursday, April 30 in Arlington. Attendees will learn techniques and strategies to prevent falls. All community members are welcome.   Stepping On Fall Prevention Workshop Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center 601 West Chandler Street, Conference Room A Arlington, MN Thursday … [Read more...]

Pam Williams named as new Regional Vice President of Ridgeview Le Sueur Medical Center and Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center

Ridgeview has announced that Pam Williams has been named Regional Vice President for Ridgeview Le Sueur Medical Center and Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center. In this new role, Williams has expanded leadership responsibility for the operations of Ridgeview Le Sueur and Ridgeview Sibley Medical Centers, as well as enhanced care and provide a cohesive patient experience at Ridgeview’s critical … [Read more...]

Ridgeview Arlington Clinic welcomes Jennifer Washburn, NP, to see patients beginning January 20

Jennifer Washburn, CNP, will begin seeing patients at Ridgeview Arlington Clinic on Monday, January 20, 2020. Jennifer provides health and wellness care to people of all ages, including care for chronic conditions and acute illnesses. Her inspiration to become a nurse practitioner is the opportunity to empower others to live their best life. Ms. Washburn uses a holistic approach to providing … [Read more...]