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KHS-Potter Clinic set to open

 


A family health provider says she’s anxious to help launch a new medical clinic in the town where she spent a lot of time growing up.

Kimberly Hafeman, PA-C, a physician assistant and former urgent care provider in Scottsbluff, will be the primary health provider in the new KHS-Potter Clinic, set to open Wednesday. Located next door to the Potter Village Office at 922 ½ Sherman St., the clinic will be open 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays, and 7 a.m. to noon on Fridays.

“I am very excited for the opportunity to provide health care services to the community of Potter,” Hafeman said. “We will be able to offer a variety of services from lab draws to wellness exams to sick visits for both adults and children,” Hafeman said. A courier service between the clinic and Bemis Drug in Kimball will deliver medications to the clinic for patients.

Hafeman received her master’s degree in physician assistant studies in 2009 from A.T. Still University in Mesa, Ariz. She’s served as a physician assistant at Regional West Medical Center’s Urgent Care and as a medical technologist in laboratories at Memorial Health Center in Sidney and Saint Francis Medical Center in Grand Island.

In addition to Potter, Hafeman will also see patients in the Kimball Health Services Clinic.

 

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