Menhorn comes to UPMC Somerset

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Lindsay Menhorn has joined UPMC Somerset Family Practice. She's to be seeing patients at both the 329 South Pleasant Ave., and 229 South Kimberly Ave., locations in Somerset.

“Lindsay Menhorn is a well-respected nurse practitioner, who has spent the majority of her career caring for people in Somerset County. We are very excited to have her join Somerset Family Practice,” said Andy Rush, president, UPMC Somerset.

Menhorn was born and raised in Somerset. She lives in Berlin with her husband, Nathan, and their three children.

"I think that I can provide a good service because of knowing the family population," she said.

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She received her registered nursing degree at Conemaugh School of Nursing and her bachelor's at Slippery Rock University. Menhorn earned her master’s in nursing from Carlow University in Pittsburgh. She has six years experience working in family practice.

"I was in family practice and took a leave out of it for six months, then I realized that it's my calling," she said, adding that while she loves the pediatric population, she also enjoys "seeing the lifespan by working in a family practice."

That is something she plans to continue expanding on.

"My goal is to stay stationed in one place ... to ground myself and be able to serve the entire family," she said. "My children and family are established here. I want to provide the best comprehensive program."

The Menhorns are involved in Berlin Brethren Church, and enjoy outdoor activities, riding on the bike trail and hiking.

Appointments can be scheduled by calling 814-445-3575.

This article originally appeared on The Daily American: Menhorn concentrates on family health care

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