The applicant must be licensed to practice medicine in the State of North Dakota, must be a board certified family physician with experience in residency education and administration. The Program Director will be responsible for the design and implementation of the educational program of the residency under the guidelines and directions of the Department of Family & Community Medicine of the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
Ensure the residency meets all ACGME, RRC, Medicare, and HIPAA requirements. Please send letter of interest, CV, and three references to Melissa Gardner at [email protected], you may also fax to 701-777-3849 or send to Department of Family & Community Medicine, University of North Dakota, School of Medicine and Health Sciences, 1301 North Columbia Road, Grand Forks ND 58202-9037.
Local public health activities are financed by a combination of mill levy funding and/or city or county general funds, state aid and federal funding.
The Internet contains a wealth of information about health-related issues, all accessible with just the click of a mouse.
I have also included some death index search engines. This resource is an index of deaths extracted from the newspaper "The Winfield Star" for years 1860-1952. Features newspaper indexes 1924-1981, The News Reporter Index 1982-19-1999, and The News Reporter Index 1992 . Searchable newspapers from the 1810s to present day from 55 partner libraries.
Some local public health units maintain environmental health programs; others partner with the North Dakota Department of Health to provide environmental services such as public water system inspections, nuisance and hazard abatement, and food service inspections.Many of them are indexes and actual copies of the obituaries must be ordered from the institution who holds the files. An index of full obituaries from various sources and years. - Contains indexes for obituaries and death notices found in the Scioto Gazette and the Chillicothe Advertiser from the 1840s to 1860s with information on how to obtain full copies of these items from the newspapers. These are a wonderful resource for old and new obituaries. Full length obituaries from various resources and local area newspapers are indexed. Features obituaries and death notices which have appeared in local Omaha newspapers. Includes an archive of 2001-present day obituaries from the Mc Cook Daily Gazette newspaper. Includes the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, and the Times-Union newspapers. Marriage records include notices from the Greensboro Patriot 1826-1899, Guilford County marriage bonds 1771-1868 and marriage bonds from William Clemens book North & South Carolina Marriage Records. This index features basic information about the obituary or death notice indexed and where it can be found in the local Dayton newspaper. Searches obituaries from the Coshocton Tribune, 1980 - present Dresden Transcript, Holmes County Journal, Loudonville Advocate, Loudonville Democrat, Loudonville Times, and 1863 - present from the Massillon Independent. Covers time period from late 1800s to present time. Death records include obituaries 1826-1899 from the Greensboro Patriot, and record of some NC cemetery tombstone records.. The search form searches 1850-1890, 1903-1913, 1920-1931, 1951-19 to present day. Located at the Findlay - Hancock County Public Library. Features an index of obituaries from local Hancock County newspapers from the mid 1800s to present time.