Patrick Emery MD Family Medicine Wahpeton ND

Patrick Emery, MD

Delivers Babies

An Awarded Doctor and Medical Community Leader

Patrick Emery, MD, is a primary care doctor who is trained in many areas of medicine. He is qualified to care for the entire family, from infants to the elderly. When more specialized care is necessary, Dr. Emery can coordinate your care with the appropriate specialty providers.

 As an occupational health specialist, Dr. Emery is trained to deal with all aspects of occupational health. From occupational medicine to employee health, Dr. Emery works in collaboration with patients and employers to coordinate the appropriate occupational health care.

In addition to his medical work, Dr Emery is a recipient of the North Dakota Diabetes Care Provider Achievement Award (2006), and he serves his medical community as the Managing Physician Partner at the Sanford Wahpeton Clinic. He is also on the Sanford Professional Practice Committee and is a mentor for numerous medical students and residents.

 

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