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Family Nurse Practitioner Jen Scott, ARNP-C, treats patients of all ages and has a special interest in cardiac care. 

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Smells like Teen Foot Fungus!

If you’re a teen or their parent, it might seem their feet never stop moving. With all that running, a teen’s feet spend most of their time in stinky, sweaty shoes.

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Published Mar 23, 2017

Is Your Check Engine Light On?

When it comes to visiting your primary care provider, do you only consider a visit if you’re feeling under the weather or have an injury? Well, Family Practice Physician Eric Miller, DO, wants you to reconsider. You wouldn’t wait to get your oil changed until the check engine light came on; don’t let regular health check-ups go by the wayside until a major event occurs!

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Published Mar 16, 2017

Temporary Entrance

Mahaska Health Partnership Specialty Services to Begin Use of Temporary Entrance

Beginning Monday, Sept. 24, the entrance to Mahaska Health Partnership Medical Specialty Center, entrance #4, will be temporary relocated.

As construction continues on MHP’s new Patient Care Wing, steps are being taken to create a more patient-friendly environment. The latest changes involve the temporary relocation of the Medical Specialty Center entrance (#4), located on the north side of MHP’s Oskaloosa campus. This will affect patients utilizing MHP Specialty Services as well as those going to Family Medical Center.

Patients should still access the Medical Specialty Center using North 12th Street and will still park in the same area. The new entrance will be located just west of the former doors, and patients will need to walk through the Specialty Services Waiting Area to get to their destination.

“When construction on the Patient Care Wing is completed, there will be one entrance for both buildings,” said MHP CEO Jay Christensen. “We have temporarily relocated the entrance to keep our patients and visitors safe while construction crews are working to connect the two buildings.

“This change will bring us one step closer to bringing our facilities up to the same high quality level as our healthcare team that is here to serve you.”

The temporary entrance/exit is expected to be utilized for approximately two months before the new entrance is complete.