Dr. Jeremy Storm was born and raised in Sioux Falls, SD, graduating Magna Cum Laude from the University of South Dakota, and With Honors from Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Following this, Dr. Storm completed his internal medicine residency at the USD Sanford School of Medicine, and his infectious disease fellowship at the University of Iowa. Dr. Storm has been in private practice for over 5 years, and believes in building long-term relationships with patients and providers alike. In addition, Dr. Storm sits on state and national committees related to telemedicine and appropriate antibiotic rescribing. Dr. Storm believes that patients deserve more than healthcare can currently offer, which is why he works tirelessly to ensure positive outcomes for his patients. When not working, Dr. Storm enjoys spending time with his children and family, watching movies, and cooking.
Karissa is a physician assistant (PA) at Storm Clinic, and grew up in Draper, SD. She received her bachelor's degree in biology with a minor in entrepreneurial leadership in 2011 from Dakota Wesleyan University. Following gradation, Mrs. Zimmer moved to Iowa to obtain her master's degree in Physician Assistant studies from Des Moines University College of Medicine. Karissa and her husband live in Sioux Falls, where she has practiced medicine since 2013. Her hobbies include running, yoga, and spending time with her family.
Karissa oversees the primary care department for Storm Clinic, and sees patients of all ages. Mrs. Zimmer has a passion for providing patient centered medical care utilizing a comprehensive and team based approach. She is accepting patients now, and can assist you and your loved ones with all your healthcare email@example.com
Jenny is the nurse manager and executive director for Storm Clinic. Jenny was born and raised in South Dakota, and graduated High School from Madison, SD. Following this, Jenny completed her Associates Degree in Nursing at the University of South Dakota and her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from South Dakota State University. Jenny has been an RN for over 11 years and has extensive background in Infectious Disease, Telehealth, Women’s Health, Labor and Delivery, and Plastic Surgery. Jenny is passionate about patient advocacy, including providing reliable, smart, efficient, and high quality care - always. When not working, Jenny enjoys wine, including tasting wine, drinking wine, reading about wine, talking about wine, and watching wine documentaries. In addition, Jenny enjoys food, food pairing, cooking, watching (non-wine) documentaries, and spending time with her daughter and firstname.lastname@example.org
Angela is the previous Director of Healthcare-Associated Infections and Antimicrobial Resistance (AR) for the State of South Dakota. As the AR Director, Angela created a statewide AR expert workgroup and was instrumental in the adoption and expansion of stewardship programs throughout South Dakota. Mrs. Jackley has provided stewardship program implementation guidance to other states and through presentations at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Association for Professionals in Infection Control (APIC). Angela led the SD Ebola Special Pathogens Assessment team alongside the CDC and led numerous multidrug resistant outbreak investigations across the state. In addition to antibiotic stewardship and infectious diseases, Angela enjoys continuing her education by pursuing a Masters’ degree in nursing. In her free time, Angela enjoys cooking, paddle boarding, and spending time with email@example.com
Tina is a registered nurse for Storm Clinic. Tina was born and raised in South Dakota. She grew up on a farm in DeSmet and graduated from DeSmet High School. Following graduation she attended USF for one year to run track. After one year she transfered to South Dakota State University to complete her Bachelors Degree in nursing. When not working, Tina enjoys hunting, riding horse, crafting and spending time with her husband, family and two firstname.lastname@example.org