Name & Notes

McCoy receives national award from Northwestern Mutual

Thomas McCoy, a Northwestern Mutual financial representative based in Marshalltown, is receiving the company’s Top Producer award based on an outstanding year of helping clients achieve financial security.

“We’re proud of financial professionals like Tom who are helping so many people develop plans to achieve financial security,” said Todd M. Schoon, Northwestern Mutual executive vice president . “Our 2012 Longevity & Preparedness Study shows that Americans are living longer but many are financially unprepared to live into their 70s, 80s and 90s. Thousands of families and business owners seek out professionals like Tom to develop solid financial plans that stand the test of time.”

Northwestern Mutual recognized McCoy at its 133rd Annual Meeting event in July, held in Milwaukee, Wis. McCoy joins an exclusive group of representatives across the country who have achieved recognition.

Stocker joins local dermatology clinic

Radiant Complexions Dermatology Clinic welcome Dr. Chad Stocker to the Marshalltown clinic.

Stocker is enthusiastic about providing patients with the highest level of skincare. He graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Science in biology and in 2004, received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree. After completing his residency in Internal Medicine at the Iowa Methodist Medical Center, he joined our Radiant Complexions Dermatology team as the lead provider for our Marshalltown Clinic.

“I enjoy the opportunity to work in an area of medicine where we can make a true difference in the health of our patients by providing quality care for their medical skin conditions as well as offering a variety of cosmetic procedures and treatments for those wishing to improve their appearance and self-confidence,” he said.

Story County Medical welcomes Bryan Warme

NEVADA – The Story Medical Outpatient and Surgical Services department will be expanding its orthopedic services with the addition of Dr. Bryan Warme, who will offer clinics and perform surgeries at Story County Medical Center.

Warme specializes in arthroscopic reconstruction of the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee and ankle. He provides orthopedic coverage for Iowa State’s athletes and area high school athletes. He is committed to giving the best care possible and his approach is to treat all his patients as if they were members of his own family.

The addition of Dr. Warme will enhance the orthopedic services already offered at Story Medical through Dr. Margaret Fehrle, who has been providing care at Story Medical since 1996 and specializes in total knee replacements, hip replacement surgery, rotator cuff/shoulder repair, joints, spinal procedures, sprains, strains, fracture repair and carpal tunnel surgery.