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Best Medical Facility: Essentia Health

Location: Fargo

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Essentia Health has been named Best Medical Facility in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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“From the Monarch Platform, which helps diagnose lung cancer earlier, to the ROSA robot, which allows for more precise knee replacements, we’re proud to bring so many cutting-edge medical advancements to this region,” Chief Operating Officer Al Hurley said. “We’ve also added several specialists to our team, including a maternal-fetal medicine specialist to assist women with complicated pregnancies and urogynecologist to help women with pelvic floor disorders.”

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“Maintaining a strong health care workforce is a nationwide challenge, from which we are not immune,” Hurley said. “We’ve taken several measures to alleviate this issue, like providing competitive compensation, flexible scheduling and accelerating recruiting efforts. These steps have ensured continued high-quality care for our patients. They also enhance the joy and gratitude that accompany a career in health care.”

  • Second place: Sanford Medical Center
  • Third place: Bethany Retirement Living
  • Fourth place: PAM Health Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Fifth place: Swanson Hyperbarics

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