Dr. James Kong likes to help patients come up with personalized plans to help them feel and
look their best.
Hutchinson Health recently added Dr. James Kong to its team of medical professionals seeking to improve the health and well-being of its members, patients, and community.
Kong is a plastic surgeon with Park Nicollet Health Services, and became connected with Hutchinson Health through its partnership with HealthPartners.
He studied at the Ohio State University College of Medicine in Columbus, OH, and is board-certified in general surgery, surgical critical care, and plastic surgery.
“I enjoy all aspects of plastic surgery, and find reconstructive surgery particularly challenging and rewarding,” shared Kong. “It brings me joy to help my patients improve their quality of life through competent and compassionate care.”
Some of Kong’s professional interests include breast reconstruction, augmentation, lift, and reduction; gender affirmation top surgery; eyelid surgery; neck and face lifts; cancer reconstruction; and body contouring, such as after significant weight loss.
“I want all of my patients to be well-informed of their surgical and nonsurgical options in order to make the best decisions together to achieve their desired results,” Kong stated.
DASSEL, MN – Dassel City Council will consider extending a job offer for the Public Works Director Position during their meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 22. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
Other subjects on the agenda include a motion to approve payment of claims as presented in the amount of $457,297.64, and revisiting the subject of the MN DOT Landscape Partnership Grant.
PHOTO GALLERY, DASSEL, MN – Things were “dazzling” in Dassel Dec. 14. Click here to see highlights from the 2018 Dazzle in Dassel event. Select images will appear in the Dec. 21 edition of the Enterprise Dispatch.
Dazzle in Dassel 2018
PHOTO GALLERY – The Dassel History Museum is currently featuring a replica Tiffany lamp exhibit, showcasing art created by local craftspeople. The exhibit is easily accessible by taking the elevator to the museum’s fourth floor. The exhibit runs through Saturday, October 20, and is free. Click the link below, or see the September 14 issue of the Enterprise Dispatch for more.
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Co-owner John Dietering of Dassel’s Sunrise Diner reported Monday morning that the business closed the doors to the diner permanently.
Diertering expressed gratitude to the citizens of Dassel for their constant support. “The people of Dassel were very good to us. They gave us business,” he said. “And they tipped more than they should have.”
When Dietering put up several signs near the highway pointing to the diner, he said MnDot quickly removed them.
“There just isn’t enough volume,” Dietering said. And while he and his co-owners may sell or lease the business, he isn’t entirely certain what will come next. He has owned eight or nine businesses throughout his life.
“You win some, you lose some,” he said.