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Dr. Dhabia Al-Najjar Joins FMP&S Pediatrics
FMP&S Pediatrics is pleased to welcome Dr. Dhabia Al-Najjar. Dr. Al-Najjar will join Dr. Kolleen Burnett, Dr. Curt McClellan, Heather Elmore, PNP and Ashley Kramer, DNP in providing health care for newborns to young adults.
“Children are like little angels. They are very forgiving, even if they are not happy to come to the doctor, they forgive you. Seeing the smile on their faces and helping them get better when they are sick, make it all worthwhile,” she expressed. “I feel raising healthy children is not an easy task. I encourage parents to follow the recommendations for annual checkups and vaccinations and ask lots of questions so we can work together to achieve that goal.”
Keokuk Medical Center Now Open
Keokuk Medical Center, a collaboration between Fort Madison Community Hospital and Blessing Health System is now open and seeing patients.
Family Practice Physician, Dr. Annette Oetken will provide primary care at KMC for patients age four and older. Dr. Oetken brings over 19 years of experience to KMC. She was born and raised in Mount Pleasant, Iowa attending medical school at Des Moines University. Dr. Oetken completed her Residency at University Community Hospital of Tampa, Florida. She then opened Hometown Medical Center in Mount Pleasant which she managed for 14 years. The past five years, Dr. Oetken was employed by Mercy Family Medicine of Muscatine.