About Spectrum Care Homes

 

Why Would You Choose Us?

A Spectrum of Care is dedicated to personalized, compassionate and respectful care for the
whole person. We care for the sick, disabled, elderly; anyone who needs a helping hand. Each
person’s desires and needs are considered to make living at home possible using consistent
caregivers familiar to the client. Through effective communication between all parties-family,
client, social workers and health care providers- we are able to make life at home safer and
more enjoyable for both the client and family.

Our employees are screened and trained to provide the best quality of care available. Our hours
are flexible from as low as 2 hours to as much as 24 hours 7 days a week. We are honored to
offer this care to the Sioux Falls and Fargo areas and surrounding communities.

Who We Are

Greg Wentz and Christy Iverson have owned and operated A Spectrum of Care since 2005.

Greg was passionate about the business. He knew from personal experience the heart ache
associated with worry about care of a loved one. His mother died of Alzheimer’s disease at the
age of 94. He understood the need to keep people in their homes and for compassionate care
giving. He also understood the need for care givers to develop a relationship with their clients,
for flexible schedules and open communication with all parties.

Christie Iverson MD

CEO/Owner

Christie’s background is in medicine. She has a medical degree and did her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology. In recent years she has focused on gynecology with postmenopausal women and geriatrics. She is also interested in Integrative Medicine with its focus on prevention of disease with nutrition and exercise. The spiritual dimension of both prevention and treatment of disease. The natural course of aging and ways to ease the transitions. Integrative Medicine also give a wealth of information on supplements, herbs and alternative methods of healing.

Christie Iverson MD

CEO/Owner

My background is in medicine. I have a medical degree and did my residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology. In recent years I focused on gynecology with postmenopausal women and geriatrics. I am also interested in Integrative Medicine with its focus on prevention of disease with nutrition and exercise. The spiritual dimension of both prevention and treatment of disease. The natural course of aging and ways to ease the transitions. Integrative Medicine
also give a wealth of information on supplements, herbs and alternative methods of healing.

Greg and I are both native North Dakotans. I went to NDSU for undergraduate studies and medical school at UND. My residency was done at the University of Minnesota. I practiced medicine in Minot for 5 years before moving to Bismarck and working there for 17 years. I recently retired to operate the business when Greg died in a tragic accident.

A Spectrum of Care is dedicated to compassionate care for the elderly and disabled in all aspects of their lives.