Meet the Team: Morgan Ingwersen

 This month, we would like to introduce you to Morgan Ingwersen, one of our medical assistants at the Beaches Office.

Please take a minute to learn a bit more about Morgan.

Morgan Ingwersen

Q: Where are you from?
A:  Jacksonville, Fl.

Q: What’s your favorite activity after work?
A: I love spending time with my husband and family. I also enjoy doing things outdoors.

Q: How many children do you have or would you like to have?
A: I don’t have kids yet, but I would love to have at least 2.

Q: Do you have pets? What kind?
A: We have one dog her name I Krona. She’s a Mutt but we love her.

Q: How would you describe your job at Jacksonville Beach Pediatric Care Center?
A: I love my job! It’s so rewarding helping all the kids and the people I work with are amazing.

Q: Are you what you wanted to be when you grew up?
A: Not yet. I’m still trying to decide what I want to be but I love working in the medical field.

Q: What’s the number 1 question you get asked in the office?
A: Do you speak Spanish?

Q: Have you seen in local trends (in illness) in the area that parents have questions about?
A:  We’ve seen a lot of kids with stomach bugs lately.

Q: Do you have any tips about what parents can do to make the most of their visit with doctor?
A: When you start to notice your kids getting sick, write everything down. Every symptom is important.

Q: Tell us one funny story from the office.
A: I always get a good laugh when babies poop on me while I’m trying to take their temperature.  It happens a lot, it’s like their little way of getting back at me!

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