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Studer, Sean M
Speciality: Pulmonary Disease


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Speciality: Nurse Practitioner


Berger, Laurie F
Speciality: Pediatric Medicine


Van Tosh, Andrew
Speciality: Cardiology


North Dakota Surgeons

     
The following cities in North Dakota have doctor listings. Please select a city in North Dakota to browse the surgeons available.
Ashley Surgeons Beach Surgeons Belcourt Surgeons
Bismarck Surgeons Cannon Ball Surgeons Carrington Surgeons
Cavalier Surgeons Devils Lake Surgeons Dickinson Surgeons
Ellendale Surgeons Fargo Surgeons Fort Yates Surgeons
Ft Totten Surgeons Grafton Surgeons Grand Forks Surgeons
Hazen Surgeons Hettinger Surgeons Jamestown Surgeons
Kenmare Surgeons Langdon Surgeons Linton Surgeons
Lisbon Surgeons Minot Surgeons Mohall Surgeons
Mott Surgeons Northwood Surgeons Oakes Surgeons
Park River Surgeons Richardton Surgeons Rolla Surgeons
Rugby Surgeons Stanley Surgeons Trenton Surgeons
Turtle Lake Surgeons Valley City Surgeons Wahpeton Surgeons
Washburn Surgeons Williston Surgeons  
Did You Know? - Health Insurance Fact:
The increase in the number of uninsured in 2004 was focused among working age adults. The percentage of working adults (18 to 64) who had no health coverage climbed from 18.6 percent in 2003 to 19.0 percent in 2004. An increase of over 750,000 in 2004.
 
 
     
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As physicians we go our patients two things-- only two things-- our timing and our skill. We do not owe our patients our lives. Doctors must take some time off from their daily work to get some rest, to travel, to participate in their family affairs, be an active member of their community, etc. To excessively devote our lives to the practice of medicine while we neglect other aspects of living may be tantamount to never having lived at all. - Joseph D. Wassersug, M.D.

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