Published on August 07, 2017

Physician Assistants Join Pella Medical Clinic

PELLA, Iowa – Three physician assistants, Kim Seda, PA-C, Mindy Southammavong, PA-C, and Quintin Treadway, PA-C, have joined Pella Regional Health Center’s medical staff and are practicing at Pella Medical Clinic at 405 Monroe Street. All three work in conjunction with physicians for same day appointments to provide better access to health care for Pella Regional patients.

New PA-C Providers coming to PRHC“We are so excited to have these providers join the Pella Regional team,” said Lezlie Morris, Chief of Clinic Services at Pella Regional. “We are constantly striving to improve aspects of our patient centered medical home. We know that access to medical care is a key to that medical home. We want to make sure that when you are sick you don’t need to make a trip to emergency to get the care you need when you need it. We will now be able to offer same day appointments on a regular basis when you call in.”

Seda earned her bachelor’s degree from University of Iowa and then went on for her degree in University of Iowa’s Physician Assistant program in 1985. She has worked within a clinic setting since then and has extensive experience in primary care, emphasizing preventive medicine and patient education.

Southmammavong earned her bachelor’s degree from University of Iowa and then her master’s degree in physician assistant studies from Des Moines University College of Health in 2015. She has worked within a clinic setting since then and has valuable experience evaluating and treating a variety of patients.

Treadway earned his bachelor’s and then his master’s degree in physician assistant studies from University of Nebraska in 2007. He has years of experience in emergency and primary care settings within the military. That experience led to a variety of skills in diagnosing and treating acute and chronic illnesses and injuries.

Some conditions that generally don’t call for an emergency visit, and can be handled in a medical clinic appointment include:

  • Earaches & headaches
  • Pink eye
  • Minor cuts in which bleeding has stopped
  • Sprain, rash or sunburn
  • Insect sting
  • Fever
  • Colds, coughs and sore throats

For same day appointments at Pella Medical Clinic, call 641-621-2200.