Everyone needs a personal physician. Those that identify with a primary physician have better health outcomes.* In 2010, finding the right physician has become increasingly difficult.
Developing a lasting relationship with your physician is the cornerstone of primary care. Having a physician with whom you can comfortably discuss your health concerns, will promote efficient, coordinated care.
Dr. Wenner, a native of Cold Spring, attended medical school at the University of Minnesota. He completed his specialty training in Family Medicine in Ft. Collins, Colorado. He has practice experience in rural Colorado and recently has been an assistant professor of Family Medicine at the University of Minnesota/St. Cloud Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program.
Dr. Wenner is interested in all aspects of family medicine, and performs a wide array of office procedures.
Dr. Wenner and his wife Jennifer have three children and live in Cold Spring. Together, they enjoy outdoor activities.
Suzanne Kelly is from a small town in northern Minnesota. She attended the College of Saint Benedict and received degrees in nursing and dietetics. She received her Primary Care Family Nurse Practitioner degree from the College of Saint Scholastica in Duluth and is interested in seeing patients throughout the lifespan. She has over twelve years of nursing experience with special interest in women’s health and health promotion. Suzanne and her husband Jason have four children and live in Cold Spring.
*Starfield B, Shi L, Macinko J. Contribution of primary care to health systems and health.