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Joe Notermann, Administration

Clinic: Saint Paul

Joined Saunders: 2021

Joe Notermann

Joe joined the Saunders family in 2021. He really enjoys coming to work because he knows he is making other people’s day and lives better. He always welcomes his guests with a warm smile and a laugh. When appropriate, he likes to throw a joke or two into the conversation, to help people feel more at ease.

When not at Saunders, Joe enjoys being outdoors playing all sorts of sports, including his favorite, softball. He loves spending time with his family which includes his wife Ashley and two kids Karson (14) and Aurora (2). Whether it’s going to the Minnesota Zoo, or Sealife at the Mall of America, they are always on the look out for more exciting activities to enjoy.

Q&A with Joe

Why did you become a Medical Administrative Assistant?

I decided to take this position because I am a people person, I love interacting with clients when they first enter our clinic. I like to set a good vibe for the client, try to help them feel more at ease and comfortable in our setting.

What can patients expect when they see you in the clinic?

Happy, energetic, funny, kind.

When you’re not working, what do you like to do for fun?

I like to play sports, especially softball, and I love to hang out with my family and friends. Whether it’s going to the zoo, Sealife, a walk around the lake, I just want to be active.

What are your favorite ways of staying healthy?

My favorite ways of staying healthy are eating plenty of salads and playing the sports that I love.

Where is your hometown?

I was born and raised in Shakopee, MN but currently reside in Maplewood, MN.

As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

Like any kid, I wanted to be either a professional baseball player or basketball player.

What is your favorite thing about living in Minnesota?

That all my family lives in Minnesota. I can see everyone, whenever I want. I love having snow for Christmas, and a nice breeze during the summer. I love being on one of the 10,000 lakes that we have here as well.