Trinity Health Expands Primary Care Access

Trinity Health has expanded primary care access in Minot, adding three physicians in the areas of pediatrics and family medicine.

Dr. Ndu David Ugobi, FAAP, is a board-certified pediatrician at Health Center – Medical Arts. A graduate of American University of Integrative Sciences, he completed his pediatric residency at Western Michigan University Homer Stryker School of Medicine and spent nine months as a post-graduate fellow in pediatric neurology at McMaster University in Ontario, where he subsequently practiced. A Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, he was among a select group of pediatricians to complete Harvard Medical School’s Global Pediatric Leadership Program.

A family medicine specialist, Dr. Vanna Binning earned her medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine and completed her family medicine residency at the University of North Dakota’s Center for Family Medicine in Minot, where she was selected Resident of the Year by Trinity Health community faculty during her final year. She also was named Resident Teacher of the Year by the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. With offices at Health Center – Medical Arts, her clinical interests include screening and treatment of skin cancer and other skin disorders, geriatrics, advanced care planning, advocacy for continued health maintenance, LGBT issues for all ages, and personalized education and medical management to serve unique needs.

Dr. John Folland has joined Trinity Health’s family medicine team at Trinity Health East Ridge. He received his medical degree from Saba University School of Medicine and completed his family medicine residency at the Center for Family Medicine in Minot. His specialty interests include in-office procedures such as shoulder, knee, and foot injections; skin biopsies, cryotherapy, and small lesion and skin tag removal.

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