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Minot-Williston Rural Track Faculty
Stephen C. Stripe, M.D., FAAFP Acting Program Director
Dr. Stripe grew up in Omaha, Nebraska and graduated from the University of Nebraska in 1979 with his MD. He also graduated from Hastings College with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Chemistry. He was an intern at the University of Oklahoma Tulsa Medical College and completed his Family Medicine Residency in 1982 at UNMC. He became a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Medicine in 1987. Dr. Stripe spent 20 years in rural private practice during which he edited Rural Rescue and Emergency Care (1993). His publications include "A Rural-Urban Comparison of Prehospital Service" in the Nebraska Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. Dr. Stripe's medical interests include evolutionary medicine, rural health care, and rural emergency medicine. Dr. Stripe has served as the Ward County Coroner since 2008. His personal interests include aviation, history, and hunting. He is married with two children, one grandson, and one granddaughter.
Wm. Curtis Small, M. D. Williston Site Director
Dr. Small has a Bachelor's Degree from Michigan State University and attended medical school at Wayne State University in Detroit. He spent time in the Navy seeing much of the world, and completing his residency at the Naval Hospital Pensacola. He has lived in many states before deciding to settle in western North Dakota to enjoy the lifestyle here.
Williston Core Faculty
David Keene, M.D.
Dr. Keene attended medical school at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences and completed his residency at the University of Illinois, College of Medicine at Peoria. He enjoys spending time with his family as well as playing golf and basketball.
Robert Kemp, M.D.
Dr. Kemp was raised in Williston, ND. He attended medical school at the University of North Dakota, and residency at the Family Practice Residency of Idaho. He loves Family Medicine and has practiced in Williston since 1995.
Wayne Anderson, MD
John Clair, DO
Fareed Kadum, MD
Roxanne Keene, MD
Sheila Ponzio, MD
Minot Core Faculty
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