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Meet Perham Health's new provider, Dr. Jennifer Stong

To make an appointment with Dr. Stong, call Perham Health Clinic at 218-347-1200 or go to perhamhealth.org.

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Dr. Jennifer Stong
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PERHAM — Perham Health introduced a new provider, Jennifer Stong, MD. Dr. Stong specializes in family medicine and is qualified to care for the health care needs of the entire family, from infants to the elderly. She sees patients at the Perham Clinic.

Dr. Stong received her medical degree from the University of Minnesota, St. Paul. She completed her family medicine residency at Woodwinds Family Medical Residency, St. Paul.

“My favorite part of working at Perham Health has been getting to know my co-workers and patients,” Dr. Stong said. “I am blown away by all of the resources available in the clinic and the hospital — specialists, radiology equipment and outpatient therapy — to help care for our patients close to home. My first months at Perham Health have gone by very quickly.”

In her spare time, Dr. Stong enjoys cross-country skiing, swimming, being at the lake, listening to podcasts and hanging out with her husband and dog.

To make an appointment with Dr. Stong, call Perham Health Clinic at 218-347-1200 or go to perhamhealth.org .

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