A Specialist in Family Medicine
As a family medicine practitioner, Dr. Chelsea Worstall cares for patients of all ages, from newborns to older adults, and treats a variety of conditions. She also provides prenatal and newborn care.
Dr. Worstall specializes in addiction medicine and provides care for patients with opioid use disorder. She can prescribe buprenorphine and Suboxone.
- Addiction services
- Adult inpatient care
- Annual exams
- Gynecologic and obstetric procedures (including Nexplanon and IUD placements)
- Joint injections (including knees, hips and shoulders)
- LGBTQ+ care
- Newborn nursery care
- Prenatal care
- Skin procedures such as biopsies and cyst, mole, wart and skin tag removals
- Well child exams
Dr. Worstall treats:
- Acute illnesses in adults and children
- COPD and asthma
- Depression and anxiety
- Heart disease
- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- Joint and back pain
- Thyroid disease
- Other common illnesses and injuries
As a core faculty member of the University of North Dakota’s Family Medicine Residency program, Dr. Worstall supervises residents who treat adults and newborns in a hospital setting.
What type of visit do you want to schedule?
A general visit to address a new or existing medical problem.
Wellness Visit 18 years and older
A routine visit to check your health (physical).
Wellness Visit Less than 2 years
A routine visit to check your baby's weight gain, growth, and development.
Wellness Visit Child/Teen 2 to 17 years
A routine visit to check your child's health (well child check).
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