Holly Ullman Herlache, APNP, will be the lead provider at the new North Shore Medical Clinic – Southern Door, a partnership between the Southern Door School District and Ministry Door County Medical Center (MDCMC).
A certified family nurse practitioner, Herlache has 10 years experience as a provider and 33 years experience nursing at MDCMC. “I enjoy family practice because I get to work with patients of all ages, and there’s a great deal of opportunity for teaching and education,” she says.
Herlache’s passion for educating her patients to make informed health care decisions is a perfect fit for the clinic, as it is located on campus at Southern Door Schools. “Our goal is to improve the health of the whole community, so we will be seeing people for preventative care, common complaints such as cold and flu, and urgent care, as well as sports physicals and immunizations,” she says.
Herlache was a provider at MDCMC’s Washington Island Clinic for more than six years, where she served generations of families and provided health expertise for the community, recreation center and school. “I enjoy being part of a close-knit community,” she says, “and I’m looking forward to caring for the people of Southern Door.”
North Shore Medical Clinic – Southern Door opens February 15, and will serve patients Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Exams are available for a same-day cash payment of $65, or can be billed to insurance (deductibles apply). Lab work is also available. Call (920) 746-3664 for an appointment.