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Beth Hetletved

Dietary Supervisor

Garrison Memorial Hospital

HQ Phone:  (701) 463-2275

Email: b***@***.org

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Garrison Memorial Hospital

407 3Rd AVE Se

Garrison, North Dakota, 58540

United States

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St. Alexius Medical Center


Chief Nursing Executive

PrimeCare Health Group


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Beth Hetletved
463-6513 Dietary Supervisor


http://www.garrisonmh.com/contact_us.htm

Beth Hetletved Director of Nurses bhetletved@primecare.org


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Beth Hetletved
bhetletved@primecare.org 701-463-6513


The Minot Daily News: Flu cases continue to increase - - Minot Daily News

The hospital has been averaging one or two patients a day, with stays typically three to four days, said nursing director Beth Hetletved. ,Last year was bad but this year is worse,, Hetletved said of the ferocity of the flu.Patients have ranged in age from 40 to 80.Complications are more common in the elderly and in those with chronic health conditions, but Hetletved said some patients haven't fit those categories. ,It's just a really tough bug this year,, she said.


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