The team at Chippewa County Montevideo Hospital is pleased to welcome to our community and CCMH, Dr. Chase Osbon, MD.
The team at Chippewa County Montevideo Hospital is pleased to welcome to our community and CCMH, Dr. Chase Osbon, MD. Dr. Osbon studied at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi and has completed his residency at Ventura County Medical Center in California. Dr. Osbon’s specialties include traditional family medicine and obstetrics. “I have children of my own and enjoy 4-6 year old banter. Also the positivity and excitement from a mother-to-be is contagious and makes the rest of the day better. Furthermore, I enjoy seeing a variety of patients and treating a myriad of conditions so family medicine was the perfect fit for me”.
Dr. Osbon is originally from West Monroe, Louisiana. His family includes his wife, Lindsay and four children: Connor 15, Ally 8, Piper 2, and Jeremiah 9 months. He enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, baseball games, cooking, and cheering on Ole Miss and the New Orleans Saints.
Growing up in a small town, Dr. Osbon’s eyes were opened to the problems of health care shortages and lack of access in small town communities. Throughout Dr. Osbon’s journey to becoming a physician he’s also discovered that home is more about the people rather than the place. Having a strong sense of pride in your community is a very important trait to have in small town areas in order for them to flourish and succeed. “For me, the most rewarding aspect in medicine is providing exceptional health care to patients with limited resources or access. This is the foundation for everything that I’ve accomplished since starting medical school, and has led me from Mississippi to California and now to Minnesota.”
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