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MeritCare adds four providers, Ulrich

Four new mid-level providers have joined Fargo's MeritCare and Chuck Ulrich has joined as a market representative for occupational health services provided by the regional MeritCare clinics.

Four new mid-level providers have joined Fargo's MeritCare and Chuck Ulrich has joined as a market representative for occupational health services provided by the regional MeritCare clinics.

Candice Cox, a neonatology nurse practitioner for MeritCare Hospital, previously worked 20 years for MeritCare's neonatal intensive care unit as a registered nurse. Cox received her master's degree from State University of New York, Stony Brook, and her bachelor's degree from Minnesota State University Moorhead.

Mandy Johnson, an oncology nurse practitioner for MeritCare Medical Center, previously worked for MeritCare's Roger Maris Cancer Center, Fargo, as a registered nurse. Johnson received her master's degree from MSMU and her bachelor's degree from the University of North Dakota.

Janet Schaum, neonatology nurse practitioner for MeritCare Hospital, previously worked 23 years as a registered nurse for MeritCare's neonatal intensive care unit. Schaum received her master's degree from the State University of New York and her bachelor's degree from the College of St. Catherine, St. Paul.

Tosha Ulmer, obstetrics and gynecology nurse practitioner for MeritCare Medical Center, previously worked five years as a registered nurse and nurse intern for various departments in MeritCare. Ulmer received her master's and bachelor's degrees from North Dakota State University.

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Ulrich will focus on collaboration with employers and medical professionals to optimize employee's health status. He has more than 12 years marketing experience. He graduated from Mayville (N.D.) State University.

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