Avera Holy Family brings talent to Estherville area

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

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Our region isn't going to grow unless employers are able to bring talented professionals to the area and keep our current talented residents right here in the Iowa Lakes Corridor area.

Avera Holy Family Hospital in Estherville has had success in attracting talent. The organization recently hired four professionals whose positions are very visible to the community, according to a Sept. 12 article in the Estherville News. Here's a photo from Sept. 7 featuring a couple of the new hires.

The article, written by Dale Hustedt, Avera Holy Family Hospital Administrator, shares details about each of the hires. They are as follows:

  • Adrianne Westmoreland, MD; family practice physician - Grew up in South Carolina. She and her family have moved to Estherville.
  • Emmanuel Nwala, director of mission services - Grew up in Nigeria, West Africa. He and his family have moved to Estherville.
  • Katie Mooreberg, medical social worker - Grew up in Titonka, Iowa. She and her hsuband live in Estherville.
  • Kim Venteicher, athletic trainer - She and her husband recently moved to the area. 

Avera Holy Family Hospital in Estherville hires about 40 new employees each year, according to the article. It currenlty employes about 250 people. 

Employers, such as Avera Holy Family Hospital, who can attract new talent to the area, retain current talent and convince talent that left to return home, are invaluable to our region.

These employers will play a vital role in the Iowa Lakes Corridor Development Corporation's Five by Five Campaign, an initiative to increase our four-county region's population by five percent in five years.

The Iowa Lakes Corridor wants to celebrate employers who are successfully recruiting more people to move to our region. If you are one of those employers - or know of one - then please email us.

Category: 5x5 Campaign

Tags: healthcare, jobs, workforce, relocation, employment