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Marissa Schelske, RDH, Joins Horizon Health Care, Inc.

(WESSINGTON SPRINGS, SD) – Horizon Health Care, Inc. (Horizon) is pleased to welcome Marissa Schelske, Registered Dental Hygienist, to Jerauld County Dental Clinic and Aurora County Dental Clinic.

Schelske joins a team of two current providers: Dr. Nick Thome, DDS and Dr. Hilary Haley, DDS and one dental hygienist: Liza Kolousek, RDH, to provide quality dental care to the Wessington Springs and Plankinton communities.

Schelske attended the University of South Dakota where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in 2009 in Dental Hygiene. She has worked in the Huron community for the past 10 years.

“While in high school, I worked at my father’s dental office and my love for dentistry grew. From then on, I knew it would be the perfect career choice for me. I am very excited about joining the Horizon dental team to help people by educating and improving their oral health,” stated Marissa Schelske, RDH, who is currently available for appointments at Jerauld County Dental Clinic and Aurora County Dental Clinic.

Marissa, who is originally from Huron, currently resides in Virgil, SD with her husband, Adam, and their two sons, Holden and Hayes. In her spare time, she enjoys being outside, checking cows with her boys, golfing, shopping, exercising, DIY projects and traveling.

For over 40 years, Horizon Health Care, Inc. has been providing personalized, affordable, high-quality medical, dental and mental health care through a rural, community-based network in South Dakota. Horizon is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that serves the medical, dental and mental health care needs of South Dakotans in rural, medically underserved areas through 110,000 patient visits annually in 32 community health centers in: Aberdeen, Alcester, Bison, Bryant, De Smet, Eagle Butte, Elk Point, Faith, Fort Thompson, Howard, Huron, Isabel, La Plant, Lake Preston, Martin, McIntosh, Mission, Plankinton, Wessington Springs, White River, Woonsocket, and Yankton. For more information please visit www.horizonhealthcare.org.

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Diane Inch, PA-C, Joins Martin Community Health Center

(MARTIN, SD) – Horizon Health Care, Inc. (Horizon) is pleased to welcome Diane Inch, PA-C, to Martin Community Health Center. Inch joins providers Tony Berg, MD, Katlyn Rostyne, CNP, MaryAnn Fanning, CNP, Nancy Webb, CNP, and Theresa Hammerquist, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, to provide primary care medical services to the Martin community.

Inch attended Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts, graduating in 1993 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Rehabilitation. She then received a Bachelor’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies in 1996 from Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, New York. In 2006, she attended the University of Nebraska and received a Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies. She also has a Master’s Degree in Agricultural Education from South Dakota State University.

“Through preventative and continuing care, help patients live their lives to the fullest – physically, emotionally and spiritually,” stated Diane Inch, PA-C, when asked about her philosophy of care.

Diane, who is from Fort Thompson, South Dakota, is married to husband, Kimber, and has two children, Nicole and Robert. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening and running. She is currently available for appointments at Martin Community Health Center.

For over 40 years, Horizon Health Care, Inc. has been providing personalized, affordable, high-quality medical, dental and mental health care through a rural, community-based network in South Dakota. Horizon is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that serves the medical, dental and mental health care needs of South Dakotans in rural, medically underserved areas through 110,000 patient visits annually in 32 community health centers in: Aberdeen, Alcester, Bison, Bryant, De Smet, Eagle Butte, Elk Point, Faith, Fort Thompson, Howard, Huron, Isabel, La Plant, Lake Preston, Martin, McIntosh, Mission, Plankinton, Wessington Springs, White River, Woonsocket, and Yankton. For more information please visit www.horizonhealthcare.org.

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Lyle’s Story

Lyle’s Story

A small moment in time led to thirty-plus years of heavy drug-usage, risky behaviors, and addiction.

What started as a casual trip to a concert for then 14-year-old Lyle Driemeyer, Jr., resulted in a long battle to drug addiction and a recent road to recovery. As a child, Lyle grew up with hard-working parents, who were also business owners. “When I was a kid, everything started coming down on me,” says Lyle. “I was being raped. I didn’t go to people, because you didn’t tell anyone about it at that time.”

Looking for a way out and a way to cope, Lyle found an option that couldn’t have come any easier to him. “I went to an AC/DC concert and a lady came over, handed me a drink and a handful of pills; that’s where it all started.” That small moment in time led to thirty plus years of heavy drug-usage, risky behaviors, and addiction.

“Once I found the drugs, I found an easy way to get away. I liked how they made me feel. From there on, I only wanted bigger and better.”

A Life Centered Around Addiction

The more drugs Lyle tried, the more he felt a need to get higher and experience that rush again. “It was easier to use at first and then sober up,” says Lyle. “But the more you use, the more you want, because you’ll never get that high. You always want a high, you always want an escape.”

As Lyle became more addicted, his life began to revolve around the drugs. “I would eat out of the dumpster and save what money I could to buy more.” He continued to crave that escape and to be higher than he was the previous time. He began to experiment with many different types of drugs. Pain pills, heroine, coke, and sheets of acid all came and went throughout Lyle’s life. But Lyle found his favorite, methamphetamines, and stuck with it for thirty years.

As the addiction increased, Lyle’s outlook on life took a dark turn. “I was depressed, very bitter, and very hateful toward life… God… people… everything. I didn’t want people around; I thought if they weren’t around, I couldn’t hurt them. They didn’t know what was going on or what I was doing. In the long run, I hurt them more.”

The consequences of Lyle’s addiction and the risky lifestyle he was living eventually caught up to him through jail time. He served five years in prison for a crime he did in the county jail and did solitary for two years. Even in prison, he was able to find the drugs and continue his habits. “Eventually I didn’t care if they arrested me,” says Lyle. “It was a game. It was a place for me to stay.”

The Fire and the Morning Everything Changed

During one of the darker periods of his life, Lyle found himself caught in a fire – literally. The group he was with at the time rushed him to Sanford Hospital in Sioux Falls, which was 45 minutes away from the scene of the accident. They dropped him off and drove away, with all his skin hanging down from his body. He ended up being transferred to the McKennan Burn Unit, where they tried to use morphine to ease the pain.

However, Lyle had such a high volume of meth in his system, no pain pills would work – he was immune to them. Lyle even kicked his mom out of the hospital. “I wasn’t going to die in front of my mom like this,” says Lyle. Eventually, the health team had to attach two pain patches used for cancer patients to his neck to numb his body. Approximately 80-85% of his skin had melted off.

“It wasn’t fun anymore, but I was hooked.” Lyle’s mom took him to treatment institutions over the years, but he continually kept playing the game to get out and get back to the existence that had consumed his adulthood.

Then, one morning – it all changed. “I had blacked out and didn’t remember the night before,” recalls Lyle. “I had done a lot of meth. I went into my friend’s room and told him I was done. I couldn’t do this anymore. I didn’t care about going to jail, prison… it would just give me a place to rest.”

The game he had been playing for years with himself, the cops, and other drug users had caught up to him. He was burnt out. “I literally wanted to die,” says Lyle. “I had a syringe full of heroine. I debated for a long time if I wanted to end my life. The only thing that stopped me was that I was thinking of my mom.”

This time, when he went into treatment, it was different. He was ready – physically and mentally. He can recall his eyes being sunk into his head and feeling that he had given up, because he knew he was going to die. “I knew I had to do something for myself. There was a choice. I could die or live. Dying is easy; living was the hard choice.”

Horizon Care Behavioral Health and Lyle

Now, Lyle has been clean for just over a year and he has faced his share of withdrawals and temptations trying to stay that way. As he went seeking treatment and for help to change his life around, he found it difficult to find a place he was comfortable with and staff that he could truly connect with – until he found Horizon Health Care.

Lyle learned about Horizon’s Yankton clinic while going through treatment at Lewis and Clark Behavioral Health in Yankton. He references how comfortable the entire staff has made him feel since his first visit, but there’s one person, in particular, who has made a difference in

his life and has helped him reach this point in his journey. Angela Steffensen, a Licensed Social Worker for Horizon, is located in De Smet, but is able to support Horizon patients around the state via telemedicine.

“I knew I had to do something for myself,” says Lyle. “I looked into Angela’s eyes and I knew I had to trust her if I was going to make it. I’ve been through treatment and I’ve went to other behavioral health places, but Angela’s different. She talks to me, but she lets me give her the answer. Others just pushed me; you can push me, but you can’t push that hard. She has taken the time to just be there for me.”

According to Lyle, becoming clean and leaving the life that had overtaken his entire adulthood behind, has been the biggest challenge he has went through. “I’ve ran into so many people who want help, but they feel like there is no other help,” says Lyle. “They’ve broken all the bridges with the people in their lives and they want or need someone they can trust.”

As someone who suffers from MRSA, himself, Lyle also references the difficulty for addicts to find help when they are dealing with other diseases on top of their addiction. Many treatment centers can’t help with the medical issues on top of the addiction, so finding a medical clinic that offers behavioral health services has been beneficial for him.

Even though he’s accomplished a year of being drug-free, Lyle is still dealing with the effects of his past decisions, as he describes the toll drugs have taken on his mind and body. “I hurt a lot now. I have sores, I itch, and I have severe arthritis. My joints don’t have cartilage anymore, its bone-rubbing-bone. The meth and drugs ruined my body and sometimes my brain is like a TV screen when it’s all snowy.”

Living with the Effects and Finding New Hope

The memories and nightmares from what Lyle has put himself through continue to stick with him, but one of the most vivid memories is the number of kids he has seen living the lifestyle he once did.

“Look at the innocent kids out there, not people like me. They have parents addicted to drugs; they love their parents and don’t want to be taken away. A lot of the people I dealt with have kids and I saw the way they were suffering and living. They needed help.”

Today, Lyle continues to take positive steps in his new life, with Angela helping him through it. Lyle has four children, including a now 30-year-old daughter in Minneapolis, who he plans to meet for the first time this spring.

“I got myself into this, so now I have to deal with it. Angela is a godsend. I still have drug dealers

coming to my door, even though I’m clean. She helps me work through it. They need more places like Horizon out there and more people like Angela.”

If you know someone like Lyle, or are struggling with addition yourself, Horizon Behavioral Health is here are ready to help.

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Horizon Health Foundation receives nearly $500,000 for Building Renovations, Equipment, and Recruitment for Alcester Dental Clinic

(ALCESTER, SD) – Horizon Health Foundation has received generous donations from investors in Alcester, SD, to enhance the dental care provided at Horizon Health Care’s Alcester Dental Clinic.

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Currently, the Alcester Dental building is long-outdated and is not handicap accessible. Renovations will include larger, more accessible patient rooms, handicap-accessible entrances and bathroom, updated flooring and plumbing, plus updated dental equipment. Outside of the internal clinic updates, funds will also be used to assist in recruiting a dentist to the area to allow expanded service hours.

“Since our merger with allPOINTS in 2017, we have known that the Alcester Dental Clinic was in serious need of building and renovation updates,” said Christina Konechne, Horizon Health Care Chief Operations Officer. “However, with the uncertainty of adequate continued funding to align with our increased costs, we were not able to commit to this project on our own as soon as we would’ve liked to. When this opportunity came forward through donations to our Horizon Health Foundation, we were grateful to be able to move forward and invest in enhanced equipment to give patients a great dental experience.””

Investors involved in this project feel passionate about the long-term economic impact health care can play on the local community. Gary McKellips, a local retired businessman and Horizon Health Foundation board member, is one of the investors who spearheaded the idea of this project with the Horizon Health Foundation. “A dental office is a necessary business for Alcester and all communities,” said McKellips. “It provides local convenient care by reducing out-of-town trips for the elderly, minimizes time away from work by local employees, and actually contributes to the business community by bringing people to town for care.”

“The remodel of the dental clinic will allow us to expand access to quality dental care for Union County, due to the generosity of our investors,” said Tracy Pardy, Horizon Health Foundation Executive Director. “Their gift will make a lasting impact to many families and businesses in this community and the surrounding area for years to come.”

Other investors who have committed to supporting this project include: Alcester Community Foundation, Morningside Corporation, and Alcester Lions Club.

“There is nothing more important for the health of a community than having healthy residents,” said Gary Scott, Alcester Community Foundation President. “The Alcester Community Foundation has supported the physical health of our community with a number of grants for our medical clinic. Now, we are pleased to help support the dental health of our residents through this project.”

Alcester Dental Clinic will be closed throughout the remodel period, beginning Thursday, February 21st, to allow for a faster turn-around period and for the safety of patients. The project is expected to take 10-12 weeks before completion.

“We are looking forward to being able to provide a more patient-friendly experience and are committed to investing in this project and continuously improving the quality of care delivered in our clinics,” said Konechne.

Any dental questions or concerns will still be handled by the Alcester Dental staff, but can be routed through the Yankton location at 605-260-0310.

An open house and ribbon cutting celebration will be held this spring, following completion of the renovations.

The Horizon Health Foundation was established in 2016 to ensure rural health care access to those in need and provide funding for Horizon Health Care. Horizon Health Foundation, a tax-exempt, non-profit corporation, seeks through responsible activities to encourage and derive sustaining gift support from current and former patients and interested friends, including corporate entities. The Horizon Health Foundation, operating in coordination with Horizon Health Care, is the duly designated fundraising arm for Horizon Health Care.  In the broadest sense, the purpose of the Foundation is to create an awareness of the financial needs of Horizon Health Care, which are not provided by patient charges and to systematically implement plans by which dollar needs can be met.

For more information, please visit http://www.horizonhealthfoundation.com or call 605.772.4553.

About Horizon Health Care

For the past 40 years, Horizon Health Care has been providing personalized, affordable, high-quality medical, dental and mental health care through a rural, community-based network in South Dakota. Horizon is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that serves the medical, dental and mental health care needs of South Dakotans in rural, medically underserved areas through 110,000 patient visits annually in 32 community health centers in: Aberdeen, Alcester, Bison, Bryant, De Smet, Eagle Butte, Elk Point, Faith, Fort Thompson, Howard, Huron, Isabel, La Plant, Lake Preston, Martin, McIntosh, Mission, Plankinton, Wessington Springs, White River, Woonsocket, and Yankton. For more information please visit www.horizonhealthcare.org.

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Karen Pearson, PA-C, Joins Alcester Community Health Center

Karen Pearson

(ALCESTER, SD) – Horizon Health Care, Inc. (Horizon) is pleased to welcome Karen Pearson, PA-C, back to the Alcester Community Health Center. Pearson joins provider Dr. Meghan Curry O’Connell, MD, MPH, to provide primary care medical services to the Alcester community.

Pearson attended the University of South Dakota, graduating in 1991 with an Associate’s degree in Nursing. She then received a certificate in Physician Assistant Studies in 1997 from the University of South Dakota. She has previously provided care at Alcester Community Health Center through allPOINTS Health Services.

“I am looking forward to coming back to the Alcester community to care for “my people” again. I have missed walking through life events with my patients and being there for them in their time of need,” said Pearson.

Karen, who is a long-time Alcester community resident, has three daughters and three grandchildren. Her husband, Dale, works for the City of Alcester. In her spare time, she enjoys going to sporting events and watching her family compete. She is currently available for appointments at Alcester Community Health Center.

For over 40 years, Horizon Health Care, Inc. has been providing personalized, affordable, high-quality medical, dental and mental health care through a rural, community-based network in South Dakota. Horizon is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that serves the medical, dental and mental health care needs of South Dakotans in rural, medically underserved areas through 110,000 patient visits annually in 32 community health centers in: Aberdeen, Alcester, Bison, Bryant, De Smet, Eagle Butte, Elk Point, Faith, Fort Thompson, Howard, Huron, Isabel, La Plant, Lake Preston, Martin, McIntosh, Mission, Plankinton, Wessington Springs, White River, Woonsocket, and Yankton. For more information please visit www.horizonhealthcare.org.

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Justin Risse Named Horizon Health Care Employee of the Year

(HOWARD, SD) – Horizon Health Care, Inc. (Horizon) is pleased to award the 3rd Annual Employee of the Year award to Justin Risse of Martin, SD. This award is designed to recognize staff that embodies the spirit of care Horizon strives to provide its patients and communities, as well as those who exhibit professional qualities supporting Horizon’s mission, vision, and values.

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Justin has been employed with Horizon since February 2016. He began his career as a Front Desk employee for Martin Community Health Center and then was promoted to Site Coordinator for Martin Community Health Center and Martin Dental Clinic in July 2017.

“Justin’s passion for the patients we serve and for the Martin community is commendable,” said Christina Konechne, Horizon Chief Operations Officer. “He always goes above and beyond what is asked of him and is a true team player. He is always advocating for what is best for our patients and acts with professionalism and integrity. He is extremely deserving of this award and we are grateful for his continued commitment to Martin CHC and Dental Clinic.”

Justin resides in Martin with his fiancée and young daughter.

For over 40 years, Horizon Health Care, Inc. has been providing personalized, affordable, high-quality medical, dental and mental health care through a rural, community-based network in South Dakota. Horizon is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that serves the medical, dental and mental health care needs of South Dakotans in rural, medically underserved areas through 110,000 patient visits annually in 32 community health centers in: Aberdeen, Alcester, Bison, Bryant, De Smet, Eagle Butte, Elk Point, Faith, Fort Thompson, Howard, Huron, Isabel, La Plant, Lake Preston, Martin, McIntosh, Mission, Plankinton, Wessington Springs, White River, Woonsocket, and Yankton. For more information please visit www.horizonhealthcare.org.

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Darcie Schmidt, CNP, FNP-BC, Joins Jerauld County Community Health Center

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(WESSINGTON SPRINGS, SD) – Horizon Health Care, Inc. (Horizon) is pleased to introduce Darcie Schmidt, CNP, FNP-BC, as the newest medical provider at Jerauld County Community Health Center. Schmidt joins providers Dr. Lance Lim, MD, Dr. Thomas Dean, MD, Meghan Torgerson, CNP, and Francoise Bansenga, FNP-BC, to provide primary care medical services at Jerauld County Community Health Center.

Schmidt attended South Dakota State University, graduating in 2006 with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing and again in 2011 with a Master’s of Science degree in Nursing. Darcie, a Mount Vernon, SD native, is excited to provide care to the Wessington Springs Community.

“I believe that I am in a partnership with my patients to help them be in the best health they can be. We will always work together to come up with a plan of care to suit the patient’s needs and wishes,” said Darcie Schmidt, CNP, FNP-BC.

Darcie’s hobbies include camping and fishing in the summer and snowmobiling in the winter with her husband, four children and one grandchild. In her spare time, she enjoys reading fiction novels. She is currently available for appointments at Jerauld County Community Health Center.

For over 40 years, Horizon Health Care, Inc. has been providing personalized, affordable, high-quality medical, dental and mental health care through a rural, community-based network in South Dakota. Horizon is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that serves the medical, dental and mental health care needs of South Dakotans in rural, medically underserved areas through 105,000 patient visits annually in 32 community health centers in: Aberdeen, Alcester, Bison, Bryant, De Smet, Eagle Butte, Elk Point, Faith, Fort Thompson, Howard, Huron, Isabel, La Plant, Lake Preston, Martin, McIntosh, Mission, Plankinton, Wessington Springs, White River, Woonsocket, and Yankton. For more information please visit www.horizonhealthcare.org.

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Katlyn Rostyne, CNP, Joins Martin Community Health Center

Rostyne, Katlyn

(Martin, SD) – Horizon Health Care, Inc. (Horizon) is pleased to introduce Katlyn Rostyne, CNP, as the newest medical provider at Martin Community Health Center. Katlyn joins providers Dr. Tony Berg, MD, Margaret Lee, PA-C, Theresa Hammerquist, CNP, MaryAnn Fanning, CNP and Nancy Webb, CNP, to provide primary care medical services to the Martin community.

Rostyne attended Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, SD, and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. She later went on to attend Maryville University of St. Louis in St. Louis, MO, graduating in 2018 with a Master’s of Science in Nursing as a Nurse Practitioner.

“I believe that everyone has personal health goals that are achievable,” said Katlyn Rostyne, CNP. “I hope to provide patients with education and support to meet their health care expectations.”

Originally from Huron, SD, Katlyn enjoys camping, fishing, softball and spending time with her family. She is currently available for appointment at Martin Community Health Center.

For over 40 years, Horizon Health Care, Inc. has been providing personalized, affordable, high-quality medical, dental and mental health care through a rural, community-based network in South Dakota. Horizon is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that serves the medical, dental and mental health care needs of South Dakotans in rural, medically underserved areas through 105,000 patient visits annually in 32 community health centers in: Aberdeen, Alcester, Bison, Bryant, De Smet, Eagle Butte, Elk Point, Faith, Fort Thompson, Howard, Huron, Isabel, La Plant, Lake Preston, Martin, McIntosh, Mission, Plankinton, Wessington Springs, White River, Woonsocket, and Yankton. For more information please visit www.horizonhealthcare.org.

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MaryAnn Fanning, CNP, Joins Martin Community Health Center

Fanning, Mary Ann

(Martin, SD) – Horizon Health Care, Inc. (Horizon) is pleased to introduce MaryAnn Fanning, CNP, as the newest medical provider at Martin Community Health Center. MaryAnn joins providers Dr. Tony Berg, MD, Margaret Lee, PA-C, Theresa Hammerquist, CNP, and Nancy Webb, CNP, to provide primary care medical services to the Martin community.

Fanning attended the University of South Dakota in Vermillion, SD, and earned an Accredited Associate’s Degree in Nursing. She later went on to attend the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND, graduating in 2009 with a Master’s of Science in Nursing. In 2013, she earned a Post Master’s Degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Kaplan University.

“I am excited to be a part of the Horizon team, to learn and share my experiences,” said MaryAnn Fanning, CNP, who is currently available for appointments at Martin Community Health Center.

Originally from Martin, MaryAnn resides with her husband, Paul, who is a rancher in Bennett County. In her spare time she enjoys music, drama productions, traveling and spending time with her grandchildren.

For over 40 years, Horizon Health Care, Inc. has been providing personalized, affordable, high-quality medical, dental and mental health care through a rural, community-based network in South Dakota. Horizon is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that serves the medical, dental and mental health care needs of South Dakotans in rural, medically underserved areas through 105,000 patient visits annually in 32 community health centers in: Aberdeen, Alcester, Bison, Bryant, De Smet, Eagle Butte, Elk Point, Faith, Fort Thompson, Howard, Huron, Isabel, La Plant, Lake Preston, Martin, McIntosh, Mission, Plankinton, Wessington Springs, White River, Woonsocket, and Yankton. For more information please visit www.horizonhealthcare.org.

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Meghan O’Connell, MD, MPH, Joins Horizon Health Care, Inc.

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(ELK POINT, SD) – Horizon Health Care, Inc. (Horizon) is pleased to introduce Meghan O’Connell, MD, MPH, as the newest medical provider at the Elk Point Community Health Center, Alcester Community Health Center and Yankton Community Health Center and Dental Services.

O’Connell attended Grinnell College in Grinnell, IA, and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics. She later went on to attend the University of Washington, graduating in 2010 with a Doctorate of Medicine degree, a Master in Public Health degree with a focus in Epidemiology, along with certificates in Indian Health Pathway and Underserved Pathway.

“I am excited to return to South Dakota and to serve my community,” said Dr. Meghan O’Connell, MD, MPH.
“I aim to provide high-quality, comprehensive, compassionate care to all patients in all stages of life.”

O’Connell, who is currently residing in Elk Point, joins a team of six current providers in Horizon’s southeast region communities of Elk Point, Alcester and Yankton. In her spare time, she enjoys running, biking, swimming, reading and traveling.

For over 40 years, Horizon Health Care, Inc. has been providing personalized, affordable, high-quality medical, dental and mental health care through a rural, community-based network in South Dakota. Horizon is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that serves the medical, dental and mental health care needs of South Dakotans in rural, medically underserved areas through 105,000 patient visits annually in 32 community health centers in: Aberdeen, Alcester, Bison, Bryant, De Smet, Eagle Butte, Elk Point, Faith, Fort Thompson, Howard, Huron, Isabel, La Plant, Lake Preston, Martin, McIntosh, Mission, Plankinton, Wessington Springs, White River, Woonsocket, and Yankton. For more information please visit www.horizonhealthcare.org.

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