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Doctors join sleep center, CPAP store

Dr. Seema Khosla has joined the North Dakota Center for Sleep, Fargo, as chief medical officer. Dr. Brent Hella of Internal Medicine Associates and Valley Bariatric and Wellness Clinic, Fargo, is the newly appointed medical director of the CPAP S...

Dr. Seema Khosla has joined the North Dakota Center for Sleep, Fargo, as chief medical officer.

Dr. Brent Hella of Internal Medicine Associates and Valley Bariatric and Wellness Clinic, Fargo, is the newly appointed medical director of the CPAP Store, Fargo.

Khosla is a diplomat of the American Board of Sleep Medicine and is board certified in pulmonology and internal medicine. She graduated from the Jagiellonian University School of Medicine, Krakow, Poland.

Hella is board certified in internal medicine, and has special interests in obesity and diabetes. Hella has practiced in the Fargo-Moorhead area for seven years.

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