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UND program to train family medicine doctors in Hettinger, Williston

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A state college program will bring future family doctors to train in Hettinger and Williston.

The University of North Dakota announced Thursday it will partner with West River Health Services in Hettinger and Mercy Medical Center in Williston.

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