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
Hospice of the Red River Valley certified nursing assistants (CNAs) work with patients to provide individualized care based on each person’s preferences. Hospice CNAs help patients with personal care needs, including feeding, bathing assistance, shaving and nail care. They also provide light housekeeping services for individuals under
Students in the health sciences programs at Bismarck State College began fall classes Tuesday at a new multimillion-dollar building equipped with a simulated hospital.
The BSC Foundation purchased the new health sciences building — the former Unisys building next to the school — several years
Parents got together with the NICU nurses that took care of their babies, Wednesday Aug. 21.
The babies, who are growing up fast, were all smiles as they saw some familiar faces at the Altru NICU Reunion Picnic.
The nurses said they love seeing the babies
After 50 years working overnights as a nurse, Carolyn Siebels still gets excited about her new moms and their babies.
In 1968, at the age of 17, Siebels finished high school in Breckenridge, Minn. Ten days later, she began nursing school. Back then, the whole
Ethelyn Smedshammer Paulson knew in her teens that she wanted to be a nurse, but the opportunity presented itself more quickly than she thought.
In fact, the day after finishing high school in 1945, she joined the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps.
“I graduated on a
A unit once used to confine violent or disruptive patients at the North Dakota State Hospital was closed days before a penitentiary inmate with a record of multiple assaults attacked a hospital housekeeper.
That attack, on March 29, resulted in facial fractures, lacerations and dental