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Aguirre joins SIU Family Medicine in Quincy

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Quincy will soon be home to a new family medicine doctor. This December Deseray Aguirre, DO, will join the SIU Center for Family Medicine Quincy, 612 N. 11th St.

Board certified in family medicine and osteopathic manipulation treatment (OMT), Aguirre cares for patients of all ages including infants, children, teens, adults and seniors. She provides preventative care, women’s health services -- including obstetric and gynecological care -- chronic disease management and treatment, OMT and addiction medicine. She has special interests in maternal and child health as well as the underserved. She is also conversational in the Spanish language. 

Aguirre received her doctor of osteopathic medicine degree from A.T. Still University-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Missouri. She completed her family medicine residency at Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals-Columbia St. Mary’s Family Medicine Residency in Milwaukee.

In addition to providing care in Quincy, Aguirre will also see patients in Beardstown at Culbertson Memorial Hospital’s Taylor Clinic.

Aguirre is no stranger to the small-town life, having grown up in Rochester, Wisconsin (population 3,785), and she is excited to be working within Quincy and the surrounding area.

For more information about her services or to schedule an appointment, contact the SIU Center for Family Medicine in Quincy, 217.224.9484, or Taylor Clinic in Beardstown at 217.323.2245.

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