HSHS Medical Group and HSHS St. Joseph’s Health Center are pleased to welcome Deanna Weinacht, APRN, to their team of providers in New Baden. Deanna joins two other providers to offer both primary and walk-in care at the clinic, located at 211 East Hanover Street in New Baden, IL. The clinic is open Monday through Friday, 7:30 am to 6:30 pm and Saturday, 7:30 am to 2:30 pm.
 
A member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, Deanna completed her master’s degree in nursing at Maryville University in St. Louis. She completed her bachelor’s in nursing at Goldfarb School of Nursing in St. Louis. In her free time, Deanna enjoys staying active and has run several half marathons. She enjoys spending time with friends and family; going to local sporting events; traveling; and cooking healthy meals. She is a St. Louis Blues and Cardinals fan.
 
As a primary care provider, Deanna will care for patients of all ages and offer a variety of services, including minor procedures, general wellness care, well-child exams, well-woman exams and chronic illness management. As an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN), Deanna is a highly trained healthcare professional fully capable of diagnosing and treating acute and chronic conditions, as well as prescribing medications.
 
To schedule an appointment or for more information, please call the clinic at 618-588-2900.

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