Grinnell Regional Medical Center’s clinic in Victor welcomes Cori Fogle, PA-C, who will become the primary provider there beginning June 1, 2014.
Fogle brings more than 13 years of experience to the clinic, most recently at GRMC’s Lynnville Medical Clinic. Before joining GRMC, she worked seven years at the Webster City Medical Clinic in Webster City, Iowa. She also worked at a rural health clinic in Keota for four years after completing her physician assistant master’s degree from the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center in Oklahoma City. Fogle also received her bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from the University of Iowa before pursuing her PA degree at the University of Oklahoma.
For the past several months, Fogle has also been filling in at the Victor Health Center and found that she enjoys the community very much. The community has also appreciated her practice style.
“We go to the Victor Health Center for our family care needs. I did see Cori once this year and am glad to have a provider. I think the clinic in Victor is really good,” says Peggy Hilligas, Brooklyn.
Fogle grew up in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and her husband grew up in What Cheer. They have four children, ages 5, 9, 16, and 17. When she’s not practicing medicine, she spends her time at her children’s activities. She also enjoys cross stitching, gardening, and exercising. She’s known to support both ISU and U of I teams because she has family members who have attended both universities. She has been active in the communities where she has lived by serving on various boards and committees.
“I have been filling in at the Victor Health Center since November 2013 for one to three days a week. I have really enjoyed the patients and the staff here,” says Fogle. “This is a really nice clinic and the community is very supportive. Deb, Jo, and I work really well together and I think we will be able to provide excellent care to this community and all the surrounding communities.”
“We are very pleased Cori will be joining our team in Victor. She is an excellent healthcare professional and we know she will be quite successful,” said Todd Linden, GRMC president and CEO. “It has been such a pleasure to have our clinic in Victor and we appreciate very much the partnership we enjoy with the Victor Health Center Board.”
Beginning June 1, clinic hours will change slightly. The new hours will be:
§ Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday – 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
§ Wednesday – 8 a.m. to noon.
To schedule an appointment with Fogle, call the Victor Health Center at 319-647-7511.