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Clinics In Lakota




Clinics


Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory which provide Clinics services. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.

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Business Listing   Altru Clinics - Lakota, ND - Phone: (701) 247-2814


Business Listing   Lakota Good Samaritan Center - Lakota, ND - Phone: (701) 247-2755


Business Listing   Lakota Health Center - Lakota, ND - Phone: (701) 247-2226


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Helpful Definition for: Clinics

Operating clinics in Lakota strive to share a common mission of supporting and expanding access to quality, comprehensive health care for every individual. Their vision is to advance the health and human services of communities, comprehensive health care through the promotion of health and disease prevention, education and coordination of services, creating a comprehensive health care system for underserved populations to help reduce health disparities in Lakota. They serve their patients in an efficient and cost-effective manner while they provide quality care. Some of the services provided are pharmacy services, clinical workforce development, and quality improvement to cater best to all health needs and emergencies.








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