Ribbon Cutting Ceremony held to Celebrate Opening of New Orthopedic Clinic and Occupation Medicine Clinic in Dexter
October 27, 2020
Southeast Health Center of Stoddard County held a ribbon cutting ceremony today to celebrate the opening of their newest additions to services in Dexter, including an Orthopedic Clinic and Occupational Medicine Clinic.
The Southeast team of orthopedic specialists led by Dr. Anthony McPherron have brought orthopedic care to a new level in this region. With a focus on more than just the procedure – they work with patients before, during and after treatment to ensure optimal outcomes. Southeast continues to develop and expand upon programs that offer clinically sophisticated, comprehensive orthopedic care that’s absolutely unparalleled in southeast Missouri. Dr. Jimmy Bowen and his nurse, Cindy Crumley, will see patients at the Dexter clinic, providing them with comprehensive and outstanding care.
Southeast’s orthopedic relationship within the Dexter community already includes serving as the official sports medicine providers for the Dexter schools along with providing the services of athletic trainer, Zach Weber.
“By way of these new clinics in Dexter, accessing these vital services is even more streamlined. And as with all SoutheastHEALTH services, we are committed to providing an outstanding experience for our patients,” says Ken Bateman, CEO and President of SoutheastHEALTH.
At Southeast Occupational Medicine, the mission is to provide employers with the most complete support available in the region at a very reasonable cost. The mission of Southeast Occ Med is to provide a three-dimension approach to healthcare for regional businesses. The Occ Med team is dedicated to helping employees return to work rapidly and safely, helping to ensure minimal disability and lost wages. Patients at this clinic will be treated by Dr. Mark Austin, Stephanie Neal, Gayla Dace and Nickole Anderson – excellent providers who will meet patients’ every need.