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Essentia Health St. Mary’s-Detroit Lakes welcomes doctor of obstetrics and gynecology

“I have always felt that working as an OB/GYN provided me an opportunity to have a positive impact on the patient’s health care,” said Dr. Balintona. “I remind my patients that I am a resource and assistant in their health care.”

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<i>Dr. John Balintona, who specializes in obstetrics and gynecology at Essentia Health St. Mary’s-Detroit Lakes</i>
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OB/GYN Dr. John Balintona has joined Essentia Health St. Mary’s-Detroit Lakes.

“I chose Essentia Health because I appreciate the value and service it provides to the community,” Dr. Balintona said in a news release. “Detroit Lakes is a wonderful place to live and practice.”

Dr. Balintona earned his medical degree from Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, Maryland. He completed his residency at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota and is certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

“I have always felt that working as an OB/GYN provided me an opportunity to have a positive impact on the patient’s health care,” said Dr. Balintona. “I remind my patients that I am a resource and assistant in their health care.”

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Balintona, please call (218) 847-5611. To see his full profile, visit EssentiaHealth.org and click on “Doctors & Providers.”

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