Lyndon welcomes two businesses during Saturday’s fall celebration

As part of Saturday’s fall festivities at Lyndon, city officials started the day by welcoming two businesses to town with ribbon cutting ceremonies. Both businesses, Cotton-O’Neil Clinic and Home Town Health Care LLC, are located at 715 Washington St.

The Cotton-O’Neil Clinic is a primary care medical clinic that will care for patients ranging in age from newborn to senior citizen. James Seeman, M.D., a family medicine physician, will manage treatment and care at the clinic, along with advanced practice registered nurse Laura Ensley-Eddy MSN, CNS-FNP, APRN. Seeman will see patients at Lyndon one day a week; he also serves patients at the Cotton-O’Neil Clinic in Osage City. The Lyndon clinic, which opened July 15, is equipped with exam room equipment and offers limited lab services. For more information, call 785-828-3207 or visit the clinic at 715 Washington St., Suite B.

Home Town Health Care LLC offers services such as skilled nursing, certified home health aides, patient care assistants, pediatric services, speech therapy, respiratory therapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy. The home health care company’s home office is in Fredonia, with locations in Lyndon, Cedar Vale and Emporia. For more information about the Home Town Health Care’s services, call the Lyndon office at 785-310-0000, or stop by 715 Washington St.

Cutting a ribbon to recognize the grand opening of the Cotton-O’Neil Clinic at Lyndon Saturday were, from left, council member Chris Cole, city administrator Kim Newman, Laura Ensley-Eddy, MSN, CNS-FNP, APRN, James Seeman, MD, Kent Palmberg, MD, senior vice president and chief medical officer of Stormont-Vail HealthCare, Lyndon Mayor Brandon Smith, and council members Darby Kneisler and Bill Patterson.

Cutting a ribbon to recognize the grand opening of the Cotton-O’Neil Clinic at Lyndon Saturday were, from left, council member Chris Cole, city administrator Kim Newman, Laura Ensley-Eddy, MSN, CNS-FNP, APRN, James Seeman, MD, Kent Palmberg, MD, senior vice president and chief medical officer of Stormont-Vail HealthCare, Lyndon Mayor Brandon Smith, and council members Darby Kneisler and Bill Patterson.

Welcoming Home Town Health Care LLC to Lyndon with a ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday were, from left, council member Chris Cole, Lyndon Mayor Brandon Smith, city administrator Kim Newman, Angie Sellers, RN, Jon Reed, director of operations, Juli Talkington, marketing, and council members Darby Kneisler and Bill Patterson.

Welcoming Home Town Health Care LLC to Lyndon with a ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday were, from left, council member Chris Cole, Lyndon Mayor Brandon Smith, city administrator Kim Newman, Angie Sellers, RN, Jon Reed, director of operations, Juli Talkington, marketing, and council members Darby Kneisler and Bill Patterson.

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