A member of our primary care team, Dr. Binning is board certified in Family Medicine. She’s dedicated to providing comprehensive, patient-centered care to people of all ages with annual physicals and health screenings, and diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of health problems, from common illnesses to complex and chronic health conditions. Her clinical interests include geriatrics, advanced care planning, developing LGBT inclusive health education, and skin procedures. Dr. Binning also serves as a Clinical Instructor of Family Medicine with the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences. After earning her Doctor of Medicine degree from Ross University School of Medicine, she completed her Family Medicine residency at UND’s Center for Family Medicine in Minot, where she was selected Resident of the Year by Trinity Health community faculty during her final year of residency. She also was named Resident Teacher of the Year, an award given to one member of each third-year class from the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. Dr. Binning is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, American Medical Association, and the North Dakota Medical Association. She enjoys drawing, travel, and cooking with her husband, a trained chef.
Primary Care is a form of medical care that provides continuing, comprehensive health care for people of all ages. Our providers offer the full range of services, and can help to seamlessly coordinate your care with other specialties as needed. Your primary care provider is a partner in your health.