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Doctor temporarily joins HAMC

January 17, 2014
Pierce County Tribune

Dr. Bill Gunderson, M.D., Internal Medicine Provider, has joined the Heart of America Medial Center team on a locum tenens basis for three months. He will be seeing patients in the hospital, Care Center and the Johnson Clinic. He will also provide consulting services as needed. His intentions are to follow patients from the clinic to the hospital or care center when necessary.

Gunderson grew up in Alaska before moving to Astoria, Ore., where he graduated high school. He graduated from Tulane (La.) University Medical School, and in October 2013 finished his residency from Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU).

Dr. Gunderson made the move to North Dakota with his girlfriend Kate, who is from Prescott, Arizona. She is trained in speech pathology and looks forward to furthering her education.

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When he isn't serving his patients, Gunderson enjoys the outdoors. His hobbies include hiking, fishing, hunting and rock hounding.

 
 

 

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