Business Briefs for Sept. 17
Carris Health Marshall welcomes pediatric nurse practitioner
Carris Health Clinic (formerly ACMC-Marshall) announced the addition of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Amanda Kohls, to its medical team. Kohls will join Dr. Atul Mishra and Dr. Tim Michals in the Marshall clinic in October
Kohls earned her bachelor of science in nursing from Winona State University in Winona. She went on to earn her master’s of science from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn. Kohls previously completed a clinical rotation under Pediatrician, Dr. KerriAnn Mahon, in the ACMC-Willmar clinic.
Kohls is a board certified pediatric nurse practitioner with interests in pediatric preventive care, adolescent medicine, and mental health. She is also a licensed instructor of the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program. This program is designed for children and adolescents struggling with anxiety, depression, bullying, aggression, low self-esteem, and stressors.
Prior to becoming a nurse practitioner, Kohls worked as a registered nurse for four years at Sanford Health and Prairie St. John’s in Fargo, N.D. During that time, she worked in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, pediatric trauma center, and inpatient psychiatric units.
Originally from Danube, Kohls is eager to take a full-time position at the Marshall clinic and begin seeing patients in October.
Krueger new addition to Hoffman & Brobst
Hoffman & Brobst, Certified Public Accountants, announced the addition of Kyle Krueger, a senior auditor, to its professional staff. Krueger is a graduate of St. Cloud State University and has been working as an auditor for the last six years. Originally from Montevideo, Krueger, his wife Angela, and their two children live in Marshall.
Johnson promoted at Hoffman & Brobst
Hoffman & Brobst, PLLP announced the promotion of Carl Johnson, CPA, to in-charge accountant. Responsibilities of this position include planning, directing, and supervising on tax and audit engagements.