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By Dan Rudy 

Public nursing position vacated


Wrangell will temporarily be without a residential nurse at its Public Health Center for the foreseeable future.

Public health nurse Ty Esposito retired from her position last week, departing from Wrangell on March 22. In the interim, nurse manager Sue Bergmann from the Ketchikan PHC will be making visits a couple times each month.

“Wrangell will be covered through Ketchikan as of right now,” Bergmann confirmed. Appointments can be scheduled in advance through either the Wrangell or Ketchikan offices, for testing, immunization or family planning services.

For pressing concerns, Bergmann...

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