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Guess who’s back??!

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Hello Action Medicine family! It’s been several months of living in a bubble with a tiny demanding tyrant (who couldn’t be cuter if he tried), but I am back in the office. Are my clothes on inside out? Maybe. Could there be baby drool on my shirt? Possibly. Am I still going to see patients? You betcha.

I would like to thank everybody for their well wishes during maternity leave. Being a mom has been awesome and you better believe I am attaching baby photos to this blog.

I hope everyone has been enjoying their very hot, very wet summer. Fingers crossed for some nice days in the upcoming weeks. I look forward to seeing you in the office soon.

– Brooke Rieth FNP

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