- Family Medicine
- Master of Science (Exercise Physiology) Saint Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN
- Master of Health Science (Physician Assistant Program) Duke University, Durham, NC
Hebl loves being able to help patients achieve their health goals. Patients commonly ask her what they can do preventatively to ensure and improve their health; she encourages them to focus on small, everyday steps, such as taking their medication, eating well, or going for walks.
She finds it deeply rewarding to get to know her patients and their families. Having been a physician assistant for over 15 years, she is now starting to see some of her patients’ kids.
Hebl began her health education at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, where she earned a bachelor of science degree in human physiology. From there, she moved to St. Cloud State University, earning a master of science degree in exercise physiology, and then to Durham, North Carolina, where she received her master of health science degree through the physician assistant program at Duke University.
Now, living in Two Harbors, she spends her free time being active –swimming, running, biking, skiing, lifeguarding, doing yoga and some volunteering in the community – as well as traveling and spending time with her family.