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A former corporate executive living in the Twin Cities, Al Giese wanted to return to his native Iowa. Yet he and his wife Barb didn't want to give up luxury with the move. That's why the Gieses purchased a two-story, five-bedroom home in Arthur Heights.

Being a nurse is one of the most rewarding careers there could be. Knowing that you are there for patients in their weakest moments. 

For over 40 years I have worked with oncology, cancer patients and in the development of cancer care units in both hospitals and at the June E. Nylen Cancer Center.

"I work mainly in OB. I love being able to share such a special time in a family’s life. The birth of their babies!"

"They come to us in pain, scared, unsure of what is to come and seeing them get better over time is an amazing thing to be a part of."

I wanted to be a nurse because I love helping people. As far back as I can remember, I wanted to be a nurse. I am currently in graduate school working on my pediatric nurse practitioner degree.

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