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Embrace Women's Health Clinic to close

Embrace Women's Health Clinic in Baxter, owned and operated by Tri-County Health Care, will close Nov. 14. The decision was based on the performance and patient volume of the clinic. Tri-County is committed to making this closure a smooth transit...

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Embrace Women's Health Clinic in Baxter, owned and operated by Tri-County Health Care, will close Nov. 14.

The decision was based on the performance and patient volume of the clinic.

Tri-County is committed to making this closure a smooth transition for Embrace patients, a news release stated. They may choose to continue care with Jennifer Arnhold, M.D., who will continue serving patients Monday through Thursday at Tri-County Health Care in Wadena. Rhoda Rees, family nurse practitioner, plans to pursue other professional endeavors.

If patients wish to transfer care to another provider, Tri-County will help them establish this care. With their permission, a copy of patients' medical records may be transferred to their chosen provider. To access authorization forms, visit www.TCHC.org and click "Medical Records" under the "Patients & Visitors" tab. For additional questions, contact medical records at 218-631-7505.

Plans regarding the facility have not been solidified, but Tri-County is exploring various options.

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Tri-County Health Care is a private, not-for-profit health care system, which operates a 25-bed hospital and medical clinic in Wadena, as well as six satellite clinics and three physical therapy clinics across Todd, Wadena and Otter Tail counties.

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