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
Angie Allmer, nurse at Central Valley Health District and school nurse to the Jamestown Public School District, said the fall of the year is the busiest part of the school year.
“In the fall of the year we are doing vision screenings and flu shots,” she said.
The North Dakota Association for Career and Technical Education (NDACTE) has recognized Trinity Health for its support of nursing education in the region.
NDACTE presented Trinity Health with its Impact Award – an honor given annually to businesses and individuals that have had a positive impact on
Trinity Hospital recently changed the colors of its scrubs, and decided to donate the old ones to nurses in the Congo.
They now wear purple scrubs, and decided to do some good with their old grey ones.
One nurse said the response was so great, people had even
Healthcare is an ever-evolving field. In the not too distant past, there were doctors and nurses. That was it, before the late 1960s with the creation of Nurse Practitioners.
They fill the traditional roles of both doctors and nurses, and the position is ever-growing in popularity.
North Dakota has a growing economy and a low unemployment rate, and employers are struggling to hire and retain qualified workers with technical skills that require education beyond high school but not a four-year degree.
The struggle got the attention of state lawmakers, who passed
Nurses at CHI St Alexius in Bismarck say they’re about one month from starting contract negotiations with the hospital after voting to unionize in March.
The union will represent more than 200 nurses, and sent out surveys to the group to determine the top issues. One major
Many Williston State College nursing program graduates are staying in town to pursue their careers, benefiting the local hospital that has an increasing number of patients.
Job Service North Dakota numbers show that in the Williston area there were 53 fewer job openings in the healthcare, practitioners
Hospice of the Red River Valley’s registered nurses (RNs) specialize in pain control and symptom management for terminally ill individuals. They advocate for the patient and provide exceptional patient-centered care guided by the person’s wishes. They monitor vitals and manage all equipment, medications and supplies in the
ARGO — The School of Nursing at North Dakota State University is receiving a $1.57 million federal grant award to help educate future health care professionals who serve rural areas.
The award will make possible a nurse practitioner residency/fellowship program for new graduates. NDSU and