Jungemann Joins Women's Wellness Center
September 06, 2019
Huron, S.D. – Women’s Wellness Center is pleased to announce Wolsey-native Jennifer Jungemann, RN, BSN, has joined the staff as clinical nurse coordinator, according to Jennifer Kalahar, CPME, clinic director for Huron Regional Medical Center (HRMC).
In this newly-created position, Jungemann is responsible for managing, planning and coordinating the clinical operations of the Women’s Wellness Center. She assists the clinic’s obstetricians/gynecologists Dr. Sara Castellanos and Dr. Elyse Brock, nursing and front desk staff to organize and prioritize workload, as needed. Jungemann also functions as a patient advocate and communicates with families and health professionals regarding care of the patients.
“Jennifer is a great asset to the Women’s Wellness Center team, bringing strong leadership ability that provides direction to enhance the quality of care provided to our patients,” said Kalahar.
Jungemann earned a bachelor of science degree in nursing from the University of South Dakota and prior to joining the Women’s Wellness Center worked as a nurse on the Surgical Trauma unit at Avera McKennan in Sioux Falls. She also worked as a patient care technician and student nurse at Avera Behavioral Health.
“I’m excited to be part of a team helping care for women through all stages of life,” said Jungemann. “I look forward to reconnecting with my home community and continuing the work I love.”
Jennifer lives in Wolsey on her family’s homestead with her 8-year old son, Landon, and boyfriend, Joseph Salisbury. They look forward to watching their son play tackle football this fall and getting settled into their home. In her spare time, she enjoys tending to her plants, gardening and travelling.
The Women’s Wellness Center, which is owned by HRMC, provides obstetric and gynecologic care to women of all ages in the region and is located at 142 Third Street SE. Appointments can be made by calling 605-554-1020.
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