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Expanded Student Health Services at UTTC
14 November 2013

      United Tribes has expanded its health services for students at the college's Lewis Goodhouse Wellness Center.

      Family Nurse Practitioner Ian Grey Bull began regular hours in October seeing clients two days per week.


Ian Grey Bull

      Ian was born and raised in Fort Yates, ND and is an enrolled member of the Standing Rock Tribal Nation. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of North Dakota in 2001 and worked at Med Center One Hospital in several departments: medical/surgical unit, neurology, urology, nephrology, orthopedics and emergency/trauma. In 2010 he earned a Master's of Science as a Family Nurse Practitioner from UND. He conducts a private medical practice at Four Directions Clinic in north Bismarck.

      The college is very pleased to have Ian contributing to the care and health of Native students and their families on the campus. He is very personable and eager to provide healthcare services.

      We extend a warm welcome to Ian and invite you to schedule a visit with him when you need through the United Tribes Student Health Center.

Marsha Azure, UTTC Community Wellness Services Acting Director


Ian Grey Bull's Student Health Center Hours:
Tuesdays 8 a.m. to noon
Thursdays 1 to 5 p.m.
Call for Appointment: Jessica DeCoteau 255-3285 x 1332
Walk-ins Welcome but limited to first come/first served


UTTC Student Health Center Services:
General Examinations <> Adult Immunizations <> Campus based health screenings <> Pharmacy Referrals <> HIV/AIDS Education <> Dressing Changes <> Lab (Glucose & Hemoglobin) <> Emergency First Aid

 

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