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Dr. Karen O'Neill

Dr. Karen O'Neill

Originally from the Eastern United States, Dr. Karen O'Neill came to Nome, Alaska in 1975 after completing her medical residency in Washington, DC. She came under the auspices of the National Health Service Corps and was a physician at Nome's Maynard McDougal Memorial Hospital just before Norton Sound Health Corporation took over the facility. She soon went to work for the Norton Sound Health Corporation as a doctor seeing patients at the Nome hospital and in villages, was Director of Community Health Services, and in 1995 became the medical director of the health aide training center in Nome.

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