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SLMC EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT

Chelsea Fesenmaier, Medical Staff and Administrative Coordinator – with SLMC for 2 years/7 months
Chelsea was born and raised in Smith Valley.  She has a daughter named Clare, that she lovingly refers to as  “The most fabulous 11 year old I know.”   After graduating high school, Chelsea moved to Claremont, CA where she received her degree in Early Childhood Education.  Chelsea worked as a nanny for a family in Southern California for 16 years, where she was able to experience some amazing things.  Within the first week of beginning this job, she was able to go to Washington DC to President Clinton’s 1st Inauguration. On her 19th birthday she had the honor of having President Clinton sing Happy Birthday to her.  During her 16 years with this family, she was extremely blessed to be able to travel to many amazing places; China, Russia, Scotland, Ireland, England, Greece, France, Spain, Italy, Hawaii, and many other places throughout the U.S.   After all the children grew up, she needed to find another adventure, so she moved to Plano, Texas.  Chelsea lived in TX for 4.5 years, where she worked as an Assistant Director at a preschool and a nanny on the weekends, and then eventually ended up working as an office manager for a wedding photography company. Chelsea moved back to SV to be closer to her parents in July of 2012, and was lucky enough to find her next adventure… SLMC.  “This place keeps me very busy, and is definitely a new adventure every day. I am very happy to be here!”

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South Lyon Medical Center to excited to announce it's new service Wellness Wednesday starting April 1, 2015!

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