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Trenton Doctors

     
The following doctors are located in Trenton, North Dakota. Please select a doctor in Trenton to view the details.
Adducci, Joseph E
Highway 1804
Trenton, ND 58853-0000
Anderson, Wayne L
1 Main St
Trenton, ND 58853-0210
Bearce, Tammy R
1 Main St
Trenton, ND 58853-0000
Blomquist, Patricia A
Highway 1804
Trenton, ND 58853-0000
Code, William E
Highway 1804
Trenton, ND 58853-0000
Keck, James E
Highway 1804
Trenton, ND 58853-0000
Kemp, Robert G
Highway 1804
Trenton, ND 58853-0000
Lapan, Michael D
Highway 1804
Trenton, ND 58853-0000
Lukenbill, Debra J
1 Main St
Trenton, ND 58853-0210
Miller, Cory R
Highway 1804
Trenton, ND 58853-0000
Morrison Wren, Kristine Kay
Highway 1804
Trenton, ND 58853-0210
Nielsen, A M
1 Main St
Trenton, ND 58853-0210
Skov, Elizabeth A
Highway 1804
Trenton, ND 58853-0210
Wiens, Glenn A
Highway 1804
Trenton, ND 58853-0000
Wren, Ronald T
1 Main St
Trenton, ND 58853-0000
 
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The annual premium that a health insurer charges an employer for a health plan covering a family of four averaged $10,800 in 2005. Workers contributed $2,713, or 10 percent more than they did in 2004.The annual premiums for family coverage eclipsed the gross earnings for a full-time, minimum-wage worker ($10,712).
 
 
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