Hurley, Wisconsin – A new dentist and a new behavioral health therapist have joined NorthLakes Community Clinic – Hurley. Eric Elmquist, DDS and Caitlin DuFour, LCSW, SAC-IT are both now seeing patients at the ever expanding Hurley clinic.
DuFour earned her bachelor’s degree from St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Minnesota, majoring in psychology, including a summer abroad in Paris, France. She earned her masters in Social Work from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
DuFour has had experience working in a variety of fields and scenarios including as a mental health case manager, in a corrections environment, as a crisis therapist and within a Veterans Affairs Hospital. Most recently she worked for Gogebic County Community Mental Health as an outpatient therapist and an adult services supervisor. DuFour also previously worked as a Home-Based children’s therapist for Community Mental Health. She is currently accepting new patients and will be seeing patients ages seven and older.
Elmquist joins NorthLakes after providing care to the people of Madison at Access Community Health Center. He received his education at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. He joins longtime Hurley dentist Paul Hagemann in offering care to the people of the area.
At this time due to limited capacity Eric is only seeing patients who either have Wisconsin Medicaid or qualify for NorthLakes Sliding Fee Scale.
For more information about behavioral health, dental and all the other services that NorthLakes offers including medical, chiropractic, health and wellness supports, and nutrition therapy contact the clinic at: (715) 329-1288.