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Landgrebe to open up new practice

Published: Monday, Nov. 18, 2013 11:05 a.m. CDT • Updated: Monday, Nov. 18, 2013 11:30 a.m. CDT

Newton resident Susanne Landgrebe announced on Facebook that she will be opening up her own practice in December. Landgrebe is a ARNP, FNP-C who is well known name in the Jasper County community from working at Urgent Care in Newton, and in Colfax at the Skiff Healthcare Clinic. The doctor is very well praised by her patients as many residents are excited to hear the news. A Newton native Kenneth Kirk is an investor on making this dream come true for Landgrebe.

“I just signed the building lease agreement on Thursday everything is moving quite well,” investor Kenneth Kirk said.

The current location for the practice is Aleya Salon and Day Spa, located on the town square in Newton where she is offering medical aesthetics and medical services. Before opening up the practice, she is taking sometime to travel and spend time with her family.

“It’s my calling to help people. I love all of my patients,” Landgrebe said.

Landgrebe is very active with her own Facebook page for what she is offering at the Aleya location. It’s easy to see from the comments and support that she is getting from the Facebook page that she has truly been missed in the community since the closing of Colfax Health Services last year.

She plans on having an official grand opening after the first of the year at that point she will be starting up her medical/family practice. Look for more information on the grand opening on her Facebook page at www.facebook.com/healthventure and look for full coverage of the opening with the Newton Daily News.

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