(MINOT, ND)—Trinity Health has expanded primary care access at clinics in Minot, New Town, and Kenmare.
Sally Eberle, FNP-C, Renee Harju, FNP-C, and Kayla Thomas, FNP-C, have all joined Trinity’s family care team at Trinity Health East Ridge in Minot. Nicole (Niki) Robinson, FNP-C, has begun practice at Trinity Community Clinic – Kenmare, and Abbey Ruland, PA-C, is now providing care at Trinity Community Clinic – New Town.
Eberle has practiced in Minot for 10 years. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Medcenter One College of Nursing and her Master of Science in Family Nurse Practice from the University of Mary, Bismarck.
Harju has cared for the health needs of individuals and families for the past two decades. A 1981 graduate of the Trinity School of Nursing, she earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Minot State University and her Master of Science in Family Nurse Practice from the University of Mary.
Thomas earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Minot State University and her Master of Science in Family Nurse Practice from the University of North Dakota. She has served the primary care needs of patients in Minot for the past two years.
Robinson comes to North Dakota from Kentucky, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Morehead State University. She practiced nearly 18 years before earning her Master of Science in Rural Health Family Nurse Practice from Eastern Kentucky University.
Abbey Ruland was a primary care provider at T.H. Reiarson Rural Health Clinic in Stanley for six years before joining Trinity’s New Town clinic. A Bismarck area native, she earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Montana and her Master of Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha.