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Malzer joins Medcenter One Occupational Health Clinic
BISMARCK, N.D.—Christine Malzer, a physician assistant, recently joined Medcenter One Occupational Health Clinic in Minot. Malzer earned her bachelorís degree from North Dakota State University, Fargo, majoring in psychology and minoring in chemistry, and her masterís of physician assistant studies from the University of South Dakota, Vermillion, S.D.
At the Medcenter One Occupational Health Clinic in Minot, Malzer diagnoses and treats work-related injuries and illnesses and performs pre-employment, asbestos and Department of Transportation physicals.
Medcenter One Occupational Health Clinic provides one central location for all occupational health medicine services. With locations in Bismarck, Dickinson and Minot, the goal of occupational health is to develop programs specific to each employer that keeps their workers safe, well and productive. For more information, visit medcenterone.com/occhealth.
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