Best Customer Service - Health & Wellness: Bethany Retirement Living

Location: 2 in Fargo

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Bethany Retirement Living earned Best Customer Service - Health & Wellness in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What’s your reaction to winning this honor?

“This is a new category in the 'Best of…' contest and winning is a tangible way to measure the impact our employees have on our residents and patients and their families,” President/CEO Shawn Stuhaug said.

What sets Bethany apart from competitors?

Our continuum of care options, beautiful facilities and good food; but number one is our service. “Residents, patients and families frequently comment on our staff and how they have made a special effort to meet the needs of those who call Bethany home,” Stuhaug said.

What makes your team the best?


“In many cases, working at Bethany is more than a JOB, it’s a calling. Our employees do this work because something inside drives them to serve and care for others,” Stuhaug said.

  • Second place: Essentia Health
  • Third place: Family Wellness
  • Fourth place: Inspire Health & Wellness Spa
  • Fifth place: Swanson Hyperbarics

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