Lorrence Hnatuk Grows Private Practice
Lorrence Hnatuk is President and Founder of Northern Lights Clinic in Wisconsin.
(prHWY.com) December 27, 2012 - Marinette, WI -- Lorrence Hnatuk founded his own medical practice in 1999, after working for two other private practices. Before branching into private practice, Lorrence Hnatuk performed medical research for different universities in Canada. He moved to North Dakota in 1995, and began work at Medical Arts Clinic in Minot, North Dakota. "I knew I wanted to work in private practice for a while. I wanted to really work one-on-one with patients and help them with their medical problems," says Lorrence Hnatuk.
He moved to Atlanta, Georgia to work for another private practice. He began work with the Atlanta Ear, Nose, and Throat Associates from March 1998 to June 1999. He then moved to Marinette, Wisconsin where he founded Northern Lights Clinic in July 1999. Lorrence Hnatuk continues to work out of Northern Lights Clinic. "I like having my own private practice, I can ensure that myself and others on my team treat customers with the quality service they deserve," says Lorrence Hnatuk.
Lorrence Hnatuk has also worked on expanding the reach of his clinic. While he can't be everywhere at once, he can work at other clinics on alternate days. Lorrence Hnatuk expanded the reach of Northern Lights Clinic by adding three different locations. There is a clinic location in Green Bay, Niagara, and Oconto Falls. "I'm very proud of expanding the clinic. My goal is to provide excellent care for clients around the Northeast Wisconsin area. Although hours in the other locations are limited, it does clients find a time where I'm available closer to their location," says Lorrence Hnatuk.
Lorrence Hnatuk is an Otolaryngologist and performs a number of surgeries related to correcting and eliminating problems related to the head and neck. He earned his MD from the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Canada in 1988. He became board certified in 1995, with both the Royal College Surgeons (Canada) and the American Board of Medical Specialties (United States). He passed the exam for the American Board of Otolaryngology in 1996, and joined the American College of Surgeons in 2003.
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