The mission so far: Bobbi Adams

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I have received the great honor of being the next Chief Medical Officer at Tri-County Health Care. I want to thank my many coworkers and predecessor Benjamin Hess, MD. My Tri-County family has trusted me, and I won’t let them down! The mission has been challenging so far, but we can overcome anything together.

The pandemic has been stressful for our healthcare system. I’m glad that I’m beginning my tenure while it is declining. I hope with all of my heart that trends continue downward so we can return to the things we love. The biggest challenge in my new position is helping our medical team navigate the ever-changing COVID-19 landscape. I’m proud to be a part of a great team working to balance our current risks while maintaining a high level of precaution for any future threats.

Ushering in the new

In addition to combating COVID-19, I have the task of helping dozens of medical professionals acclimate to a new building. This task will require more work and attention to detail to make a safe and seamless transition for our staff and our community. We will make the big move in about a year, and I couldn’t be more excited.

Change is scary, but it can also be therapeutic. Some much-needed changes are on the horizon, and some of those changes generate anxiety. These are the kind of nerves that preface something great. As we make the change to Astera Health, our mission to be your trusted partner for life will not.

Dr. Adams and the mission so far.

Bobbi Adams, MD

About Dr. Adams

Dr. Adams has been a family medicine provider at Tri-County Health Care since 2000. Her 22 years of dedicated service are marked by a strong desire to help others while bringing new life into the world. When she isn’t in the hospital or clinic, she enjoys being with her family and tending to her garden. She’s also a big Minnesota Wild and Vikings fan.