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Veterans Answer the Calling to Serve
Nov 11, 2015

Veterans Answer the Calling to Serve

Rob Wagner, M.D., says he’s never felt comfortable when people thank him for his military service. “I’m embarrassed,” he admits. “I was never shot at, and I never shot at anyone. So my experience is different than many others’.”
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Gillette Clinicians Improving Lives of Jamaican Children
Jul 17, 2013

Gillette Clinicians Improving Lives of Jamaican Children

When Wayland Richards left his native Jamaica for the U.S. to pursue a degree at Crown College in St. Bonifacious, Minn., he often struggled with the question, “What…
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RE/MAX Fundraiser Benefits Gillette through Children’s Miracle Network
Jun 27, 2013

RE/MAX Fundraiser Benefits Gillette through Children’s Miracle Network

Last Thursday, Montevideo, Minn. residents enjoyed gorgeous weather (and supported a great cause!) at a lunchtime picnic hosted by Montevideo-based RE/MAX Neighbors. The event raised funds for Gillette Children…
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Be Fit, Have Fun and Start Young!
Apr 22, 2013

Be Fit, Have Fun and Start Young!

By: Krista Ash, Therapeutic Recreation Specialist The Department of Education recently released a mandate stating that students who have disabilities should receive an equal opportunity to participate alongside their peers…
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Meet us Monday – John Haggard, Technical Education & Development Specialist
Apr 14, 2013

Meet us Monday – John Haggard, Technical Education & Development Specialist

What are some of your hobbies outside work? Sports and video games.  I love to watch all sports on TV, but the one I actually still play is volleyball.  I…
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Meet Us Monday, Tom Thiegs – Education and Development Specialist
Apr 7, 2013

Meet Us Monday, Tom Thiegs – Education and Development Specialist

Meet Tom Thiegs, an Education and Development Specialist at Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare. Tom provides training, education, and team-building to employees on a variety of topics including leadership, productivity,…
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Kendall’s Journey: A Year and A Day by Christine Speck
Mar 26, 2013

Kendall’s Journey: A Year and A Day by Christine Speck

Kendall’s Journey: A Year and A Day By Christine Speck After eighteen weeks, fourteen expansions and 155 ml of saline, Kendall’s medical marathon with tissue expansion was…
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How does Gait Analysis work?
Mar 25, 2013

How does Gait Analysis work?

Gillette’s Center for Gait and Motion Analysis (Gait Lab) in St. Paul, Minnesota uses state-of-the-art computer technology to evaluate and develop effective treatments for walking problems. Conditions involving the…
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Meet Us Monday – Meet Claudia Carlisle, Customer Relations Aid
Mar 24, 2013

Meet Us Monday – Meet Claudia Carlisle, Customer Relations Aid

What are some of your hobbies outside work? Watching TV and playing games on my iPad. How long have you worked at Gillette? I have been at Gillette Lifetime for 8…
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Life After Traumatic Brain Injury: Ian’s Story
Mar 12, 2013

Life After Traumatic Brain Injury: Ian’s Story

At age seven, Ian Hoy was struck by a car while walking home with his brother. He sustained massive head injuries, spent three weeks in a coma at his local…
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Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis: Peyton’s Story
Mar 4, 2013

Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis: Peyton’s Story

Peyton Schuler is an active, outgoing 7th grader who, according to his mom Lisa, is always on the move. A sports lover, Peyton especially loves playing basketball and baseball. In…
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