Theresa Person, MD joins Sanford Clinic Vermillion Theresa Person, MD joined Sanford Clinic Vermillion in November. Dr. Person specializes in family medicine and sees patients of all ages. Dr. Person received her medical degree from the University of Minnesota Medical School in Minneapolis, MN. She completed her residency in family medicine at St. John's Family Medicine Residency Program, University of Minnesota. Person is board eligible with the American Academy of Family Practice. Her practice focus is family oriented care including obstetrics & gynecology, pediatric and adult medicine, and preventive medicine with special interest in adolescent. "We are very excited to have Theresa join our patient care team at Sanford Clinic Vermillion," said Dr. Mary Jo Olson, clinic medical director. "Her clinical interests, education, and experience will be of great benefit to our community and Student Health Services. Theresa will help expand our practice and offer patients convenience and expanded access to our clinic services." During her years of medical training, Person was a research assistant in diabetes research at the University of Minnesota. She also enjoyed her volunteer experiences at Hudson Medical Center and St. Paul Children's Hospital. "We are thrilled to be able to offer residents of Vermillion and the surrounding area another reason to choose Sanford Clinic Vermillion. Dr. Theresa Person is a wonderful addition to our clinic. She is so down to earth and very excited to begin her practice here," said Chon Sommervold, clinic director. Dr. Person was raised in South Dakota and is excited to be back in the state. She and her husband, Brad Stange, have two sons, Justin and Quinten. They have settled in Vermillion and look forward to becoming active community members. For more information or to make an appointment with Theresa Person, MD, please contact the Sanford Clinic Vermillion at (605) 624-9111. Clinic hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
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