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The Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention (HDSP) Program staff is a dedicated group of experts that support our program goal of reducing death, disability and related risk factors due to heart disease and stroke in North Dakota.

Program Staff

Karalee Harper
Phone: (701) 328.4517
E-mail: kaharper@nd.gov
Project Portfolio:
  • Administration and Fiscal management of the CDC Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention Grant
  • Administration and Fiscal management of the State Stroke Program Appropriation
  • Administration and Fiscal management of the State Stroke Registry Grant Program
  • Technical Assistance and Training for State Stroke Program Member Facilities
  • Large-scale Systems Change
  • Heart Disease & Stroke Advisory Council
  • Stroke System of Care Task Force
  • Participating Hospitals Advisory Council
Neil Charvat
Phone: (701) 328.3344
E-mail: njcharvat@nd.gov
Project Portfolio:
  • Administration and Fiscal management of the Million Hearts Community Action Grant Program
  • Community-based Interventions
  • Sodium Reduction Workgroup

Data, Evaluation and Surveillance

Clint Boots
Phone: (701) 328.4566
E-mail: cboots@nd.gov
Project Portfolio:
  • Heart Disease and Stroke Burden and Prevalence Data Acquisition, Analysis and Reporting
  • Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Surveillance System
  • State Stroke Registry Data and Reporting
  • Stroke System of Care Survey Design, Collection, Analysis and Reporting
  • Partnership and Training Survey Design, Collection, Analysis and Reporting 

Administrative Support

Carleen Scherr
Phone: (701) 328.2367
E-mail: cscherr@nd.gov  
 

Mailing Address

Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention Program
Division of Chronic Disease
North Dakota Department of Health
600 E. Boulevard Ave., Dept. 301
Bismarck, N.D., 58505-0200 
 

Telephone and Fax

Fax: 701.328.2036
Phone: 1.800.280.5512, press 4 for assistance 

Improving cardiovascular health through education, policy and systems change.