The Anne Carlsen Center has announced that Dr. Myra Quanrud has formally joined its staff as full-time medical director.

Quanrud is a board-certified pediatrician and has over 30 years of experience in caring for children, with a focus on children and youth with special health care needs. While she has served in the role of medical director at Anne Carlsen on a part-time basis since 1994, the move to a focused, full-time role will benefit all who Anne Carlsen Center serves, ACC said.

In addition to her serving as medical director, Quanrud is a clinical associate professor at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences, serves on the North Dakota Governor’s Autism Task Force and is a member of the North Daktoa Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Quanrud will continue to practice under casual status at Essentia Health-Jamestown and remain on the staff at Jamestown Regional Medical Center.

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The Anne Carlsen Center is a non-profit organization providing individuals with developmental disabilities or delays with services and support for 80 years.