Cherokee Regional Medical Center Monday, Aug 07, 2023


Come and go event to welcome Jodi Stille, ARNP-C, and Dr. Sean Nelson is slated for Tuesday, August 15th

Aurelia Medical Clinic, located at 225 Main Street in Aurelia, will host a meet and greet event to welcome new clinic providers Jodi Stille, ARNP-C, and Dr. Sean Nelson. The come and go event is open to the public and will take place from 1:00 -2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 15, 2023.

Jodi Stille, ARNP-C

Stille received her Associate in Science in Nursing degree from Iowa Lake’s Community College in Emmetsburg, Iowa, in 2000.  After gaining years of valuable experience in the nursing field, she went on to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Chamberlin College of Nursing in Addison, Illinois in 2017.  Stille then earned a Master of Nursing in Family Nurse Practitioner degree from Walden University in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2021. She comes to Aurelia Medical Clinic and Cherokee Regional Medical Center from Curana Health of Iowa where she had been serving as a Family Nurse Practitioner.

Stille will offer a full array of family practice services, but her particular areas of interest include, but are not limited to, women’s health and geriatrics, in which she specialized for the past several years.

Dr. Sean Nelson

Prior to joining Cherokee Regional Medical Center in 2021, Dr. Nelson served in the United States Air Force for six years as a structural/construction specialist attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant. Following his discharge from the Air Force, Dr. Nelson signed on as a Patrol Officer with the Kimball, Nebraska, Police Department, serving in this capacity for four years until he decided to enroll at Western Nebraska Community College (WNCC) to begin his pursuit of a medical degree by completing his Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course work while also taking some general pre-med courses and earning an Associates of Science degree. While at WNCC, he earned the prestigious Board of Governor’s Award.  Upon completing his EMT studies, Dr. Nelson served in that role with the Kimball County Ambulance Service for three years while working towards his medical degree.

Dr. Nelson received his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from the University of Nebraska at Kearney (UNK). While at UNK, Dr. Nelson earned the Academic Excellence Award and was also named the Inorganic Chemistry Student of the Year. He then attended Medical School at the University of Nebraska Medical Center where he received his M.D. degree. He completed his family medicine residency through the Siouxland Medical Education Foundation in Sioux City, Iowa.

Dr. Nelson will provide a full scope of family medicine at Aurelia Medical Clinic while also providing services at Cherokee Medical Clinic and in Cherokee Regional’s Emergency and Surgery Departments. He has special interests in family medicine, obstetrics (he is C-section trained), and emergency medicine. Dr. Nelson is also fluent in Spanish and he feels that skill will be of benefit to many within the Cherokee Regional and Aurelia Medical Clinic service area.

With the addition of both new providers to the Aurelia Medical Clinic, the hours have changed for the added convenience of the patients they serve. Stille plans on holding clinic in Aurelia four days a week on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Dr. Nelson will hold clinic in Aurelia on Tuesday afternoons from 1:00-4:30 p.m. The clinic also has extended hours until 6:00 p.m. on Thursdays.

Anyone interested in learning more about Dr. Nelson or Jodi Stille ARNP-C, or the services available through the Aurelia Medical Clinic, is encouraged to call 712.434.2101 or 712.225.6265.

Kent Lundquist
(712) 225-3368 ext. 2202