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EBO MD welcomes nurse practitioner Gena Weinhold to Cape Girardeau, Jackson clinics

EBO MD is pleased to welcome nurse practitioner Gena Weinhold, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, to their team of primary care providers in the Cape Girardeau and Jackson clinics.

Weinhold most recently worked as a primary care provider at the Veteran Affairs Community-Based Outpatient Clinic in Cape Girardeau managing patients’ chronic diseases and treating their acute conditions. She has experience as a nurse practitioner in a diabetes and endocrinology practice and in urgent care/convenient care settings in Cape Girardeau and Perryville, Missouri.

A De Soto, Missouri, native, Weinhold earned her Bachelor of Science in nursing from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, and her master’s in nursing from Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky.

Nurse practitioners have undergone advanced training and can diagnose and treat illnesses and injuries, order lab work and imaging tests, and write prescriptions. They can manage many health conditions, teach health promotion and help patients with disease prevention.

For more information or to schedule an appointment at EBO MD, call 573-803-2941 or send us a message.

About EBO MD
We believe that the best primary care medicine is both personal and affordable, and that’s what we offer. As a direct primary care provider, EBO MD focuses on patients without the unnecessary intrusion of insurance companies. Our patient benefits include the full spectrum of primary care, 24/7 access to providers, no co-pays and no limit on visits. We also offer the added savings and convenience of an on-site wholesale dispensary and lab. Locations in Cape Girardeau, Jackson, Fredericktown and Poplar Bluff, Missouri.

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