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Essentia plans new West Fargo clinic location at The Lights

The clinic will open next fall.

An artist rendering of the new Essentia Health clinic to be located at The Lights.

WEST FARGO — Essentia Health will open a new clinic in West Fargo, to be located at The Lights on southern Sheyenne.

The 14,500-square-foot Essentia Health-West Fargo The Lights Clinic will feature family medicine for all ages, as well as pediatrics and women’s care.

Essentia Health plans to open the clinic by next fall.

According to a press release, the new location will allow Essentia to be able to collaborate and enhance other health-related events at The Lights.

The healthcare system is a sponsor of the public outdoor plaza at the Lights, named Essentia Health Plaza. The plaza hosts concerts, family-fun nights and other recreational opportunities, including hockey games and open-skates in the winter.

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“We’re thrilled to strengthen our partnership with The Lights and the community of West Fargo,” said Al Hurley, chief operating officer at Essentia Health. “This is a vibrant space and one that gives us another chance to fulfill our mission of making a healthy difference in people’s lives. We can’t wait to open this beautiful clinic in the fall.”

The Lights is located at the intersection of 32nd Avenue West and Sheyenne Street in West Fargo.

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