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Dr. Krohn has been selected to be the NDAFP Family Physician of the Year for 2015.
The University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences Rural Track Program in Family Medicine has been approved to have a temporary increase in resident complement.
AAFP Top Ten Awards Recognize Medical Schools For Outstanding Contributions to Building the Family Medicine Workforce
The University of North Dakota ranks first in the percentage of its graduates who pursue careers in Family Medicine.
The University of North Dakota is proud to announce the accreditation of a new residency in family medicine—the University of North Dakota (Minot) Program Rural Track Williston, Program 1203700682. The accreditation has been approved by the Review Committee in Family Medicine of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Residents will enjoy a well-rounded first year in Minot, ND, a small city of 47,000 and the subsequent two years in Williston, ND, a smaller city of about 30,000.
Construction has begun on a new terminal, nearly three times the size of the current terminal. It is anticipated that it will be complete in 2015.
Dr. Devlin was selected to be the 2014 North Dakota Family Physician of the Year!