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UnityPoint Health – Marshalltown welcomes Elvis Sabic, ARNP, to the IMPACT team that began servicing the Iowa Veterans Home’s 500-plus bed facility in September.
Sabic, a graduate of the Allen College in Waterloo, is board-certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and has clinical experience in family practice, urgent care, neurology, and hospitalist, plus supplemental hours in oncology.
He is pursuing a master’s degree in Family Nurse Practitioner.
“I’ve worked with the geriatric population for most of my nursing career,” Sabic says. “I enjoy listening to the stories these patients tell, as well as helping them to achieve the best quality of life.”
In his free time, Sabic enjoys outdoor activities that keep him active, such as hiking, biking and fishing. He also works on cars and spends time with family and friends.
The IMPACT (Integrated Management PAtient Coordination Team) clinic model has been used successfully in the Waterloo area to provide specialized care of patients in skilled nursing and long-term care facilities.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to care for the residents at the Iowa Veterans Home,” said Sarah Brown, Regional Ambulatory Vice President. “We have had great success coordinating care with our community partners, and we are excited to bring those best practices to this valued population. We will show our veterans and their family members just how much they matter to us.”