Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center welcomes two nurse practitioners—Genna Alden and Carol Eggersgluess

Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center is pleased to welcome two new nurse practitioners to its care team. Beginning mid-March, Genna Alden, CNP, will see patients at the Arlington campus, and Carol Eggersgluess, CNP, will take appointments at Ridgeview clinics in Arlington and Gaylord.

Genna Alden
Alden joins Ridgeview Sibley after working eight years as a nurse, most recently at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis. Alden has experience in providing care for all ages, with a special interest in diabetic care. She cares about each individual’s well-being, and is passionate about applying her knowledge and experience to make a direct impact on her patient’s health. “Healthy choices matter when it comes to your health and well-being. That’s always an area of focus when consulting with a patient and making an assessment,” Alden says.

Carol Eggersgluess
After working as a registered nurse for 16 years, Eggersgluess earned her nurse practitioner degree and began practicing as a certified nurse practitioner in 2016 at CentraCare Health in Saint Cloud, MN. Eggersgluess cares for patients of all ages, but especially enjoys getting to know older adults. “I love to hear their stories, get a conversation going and build a trusting relationship. The better I get to know you, the better we can work together to make decisions that help you live your best and healthiest life,” says Eggersgluess. Eggersgluess loves rural communities and is excited to be a part of the Ridgeview family.