The Willkommen Committee Welcomes Four New Members to the New Ulm Medical Center!

The Willkommen Committee of the New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce stopped by the New Ulm Medical Center to welcome four of its newest members, Dr. Greig Glover; Dr. Lance Deeter; Dr. Kelsey Deeter, and Brandon Macemon, HR Director.

Dr. Glover joined NUMC in January helping in the Express Care clinic and as a hospitalist.  Starting 2023, he will transition to the clinic practicing Family Medicine and into the role of Medical Director.  Dr. Glover recently retired from full-time practice with Fairview in the East Metro and has been a primary care physician and leader in Morris, Northfield and Cannon Falls over the past 25 years.  Prior to his career in medicine, Dr. Glover was a pilot for the United States Air Force.  Dr. Glover has family in the New Ulm and Mankato area and looks forward to spending more time in the region.


Dr. Kelsey Deeter & Dr. Lance Deeter joined the NUMC in September.  This husband and wife team met in medical school in Missouri and married in 2019.  Kelsey, a family medicine physician, has a specific interest in women’s health, and pediatric and adolescent care.  Lance Deeter, also a family medicine physician, worked as a physical therapy aide with spinal cord patients at Neuroworx rehab in Salt Lake City, which was instrumental in Dr. Deeter’s choice of profession.  The couple share a one-year-old and are expecting another Deeter very soon.  They also share their love of the outdoors together, often getting outside to go hiking, biking and camping.


Brandon Macemon joined NUMC as the new HR Director.  Prior to his new role, he served 20 years as a Green Beret with the U.S. Army.  Brandon, his wife Lacey and two daughters; Bella (17) and Faith (13) were stationed in Stuttgart, Germany for the past 7 years and are excited to return to Southern Minnesota.  Brandon and Lacey have family in the Hutchinson and Mankato areas where they grew up and met.  Please join us in welcoming Brandon, Lacey and their girls back to Southern Minnesota.