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Altru Health System’s Erin Murray, NP, Named Provider of the Quarter

Posted OnDecember 14, 2021

Grand Forks, N.D. — Altru Health System is pleased to announce Erin Murray, NP has been awarded the ‘Provider of the Quarter’ for Q4 of 2021. Murray is a family medicine provider serving patients of all ages in Roseau, Warroad and Greenbush. Her areas of specialty are pediatric and adolescent care, women’s health, disease prevention and wellness.

Born and raised in Roseau, Murray has been with Altru Health System since 2016. She earned her family nurse practitioner degree from the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minn.


“Erin is a strong patient advocate, models leadership in the department, and continues to exceed patient and peer expectations. She always puts the patient first and looks for ways to provide an excellent patient experience,” shares Allyson Thortsen, practice manager. “Erin’s cheerful and positive attitude continues to shine each day. We are extremely grateful and lucky to have Erin as part of our team and caring for our community.”

Murray’s patients were equally impressed with their provider:

  • “I'm pregnant with baby number 3 and Erin Murray is the best OB I have been to! She is professional and easy to ask questions to, as well as always answering my questions in an understandable way. The nurses and other staff have also been fabulous and cheery when interacting with me.”
  • “Erin takes time with me and is always respectful and concerned. I trust her recommendations!”
  • “Erin Murray and her nurse Collette are excellent. They are timely and efficient. They listen and are caring.”
  • “Erin is awesome! Collette is awesome too! Very helpful and kind!”
  • “Erin is always very professional and courteous. She is clearly experienced as a professional and as a mom. She was easy to work with and answered all of my questions regarding my daughter.”

Murray explains, “I like to use a patient-centered approach in my practice. Each visit is unique to that patient. I work with my patients and their families to determine what is important to them, what their goals are, and how we can collectively work together to reach these goals.”