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Hettinger, ND 58639-7530
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Megan  M. Oase, FNP-C

Scranton High School; Scranton, ND
Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Jamestown College, Jamestown, ND
Masters of Science in Nursing; Regis University, Denver, CO

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Over 65 Years of Giving
Since 1949, West River Health Services Auxiliary in Hettinger has sponsored numerous fund-raising projects and supplied financial assistance and service support to the hospital, assisted living facility, and long-term care facility and surrounding community health clinics. For the last 66 years of giving, the group has contributed over $193,000.00. Please consider supporting the WRHS Auxiliary with a charitable membership or donation. For more information click Auxiliary on the homepage. full story >>
West River Ambulance Receives New Rig
West River Ambulance recently received a much-needed upgrade from their 1992 rig. A 2014 Ford/AEV Type III Custom Conversion rig with a 6.8 L gas engine dual wheel chassis -- now completes the ambulance fleet. full story >>
Muth Receives Award
Sandy Muth, payroll benefits clerk in the human resource department received the 2014 Medical Services Provider of the Year from the Hettinger Area Chamber of Commerce in January. full story >>
Rural Opportunities in Medical Education (ROME)
By COLE BENZ | For The Record | cbenz@countrymedia.net full story >>
Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy
Dr. Robert Gustafson is now performing sentinel lymph node biopsies (SLNBs) at West River Health Services (WRHS). It is a procedure where the sentinel lymph node is identified, examined and removed to determine whether cancer cells are present, spread (metastasized) or to determine the stage of cancer. If cancer is diagnosed, the surgeon may remove additional lymph nodes, either during the same biopsy procedure or during a follow-up surgical procedure. SLNBs are scheduled on an outpatient basis or may require a short stay in the hospital. full story >>
State-of-the-art MRI scanner coming to West River Health Services
By Amy Wolf | For The Adams County Record full story >>

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