BISMARCK, N.D. – Sanford Health is unveiling its vision for downtown Bismarck, which will feature a state-of-the-art, all-inclusive heart hospital adjacent to the existing medical center. The heart hospital will combine heart services in one location, as the health system continues to develop the region’s premier
Fall semester is already halfway over but it’s brought big changes for those enrolled in Health Sciences at Bismarck State College. This semester marks the first time they’re driving to campus for classes.
The BSC Health Science department has moved from its old location downtown onto the
After one year as a paramedic for Jamestown Area Ambulance, Amy Andel’s favorite part of the job hasn’t changed from her time as an emergency medical technician. She likes to help people.
Andel lives in Cooperstown but works in Jamestown, making the hour-long drive several
If you’re a nursing student, you have a lot to think about. Beyond classes and clinicals, you’re also pondering your future as a fully employed nurse.
What kind of patients and co-workers will you have? What kind of department will you work in? Will you like it
FARGO — It won’t be long before bricks and mortar start coming down on the Prairie St. John’s campus near the Red River in downtown Fargo, as old buildings are demolished to make room for a new hospital.
The new psychiatric hospital will be just
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported on Thursday, Sept. 19, that 530 cases of lung injury associated with the use of e-cigarette or vaping products have been reported at the national level as of 5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17.
CDC has received complete
With several new doctors and nurses coming aboard at Altru Health System, leaders for the hospital say they are meeting their recruitment goals and are confident looking ahead.
In 2019, Altru was able to bring in 30 new doctors, with an additional 28 being hired
When Scott Wirth took the job of human resource manager at Roers three years ago, he had no trouble finding carpenters and laborers for construction projects.
“We had people walking in the door every other day filling out applications,” he said. “I almost joked the
achel Parker was in North Dakota twice before she made her home in Bismarck.
As a traveling nurse, the Iowa native came here to work in 2017, then went to Arizona, then back to North Dakota and then to California.
And in February, she returned
Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s Family BirthPlace is among the first in the nation to successfully complete the EMPower Training initiative.
EMPower is a skills-based competency training in evidence-based maternity practices supportive of optimal infant nutrition. JRMC Family BirthPlace received access to training modules, support services and other resources