Prairie People: New hires and promotions for the week ending Oct. 28, 2022
Individuals profiled this week include those from Essentia Health.
As they become available, Prairie Business highlights new hires, promotions and employee achievements from organizations in the Dakotas and western Minnesota. This week's spotlight includes the following:
Essentia Health welcomes several new members
FARGO, N.D. • Essentia Health recently welcomed several new members.
The Essentia Health-South University Clinic is proud to welcome internal medicine specialist Dr. Ana Pagan Jaramillo.
Dr. Pagan Jaramillo earned her medical degree from Ponce School of Medicine in Ponce, Puerto Rico. She completed her residency at Citrus Memorial Hospital in Inverness, Florida.
“I chose internal medicine because I like seeing the patient as a whole,” she said. “I enjoy creating longstanding relationships with patients.”
The Essentia Health-South University Clinic is proud to welcome otolaryngology specialist Brooke Feltman.
Otolaryngology is a medical specialty focused on the ears, nose and throat. Feltman received her medical education from North Dakota State University in Fargo and is certified in family medicine by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
“Otolaryngology has always been an interest of mine,” she said. “During graduate school, I had the opportunity to complete a rotation with the ENT team and found great satisfaction working with the patient population and treating the complexities of the presenting ENT-related conditions.”
Kylie Engebretson, a certified physician assistant specializing in walk-in care, is excited to join the Essentia Health-52nd Avenue Clinic.
Engebretson received her medical education from the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences in Grand Forks.
“I strive to be a safe person for people to come to with their health concerns and I want to be someone they can feel comfortable confiding in and relying on,” Engebretson said.
“I aim to be understanding, considerate and compassionate because life can be hard, and everyone needs someone to go to when they feel most vulnerable with their mental and physical health.”