In order to slow the spread of COVID-19, state and federal officials have repeatedly urged residents to stay at home and quarantine as much as possible. But what about those who have no home to
As president of the North Dakota Long Term Care Association, I am in awe of the dedication of facility staff, families of residents and our state government to protecting the health of North Dakota’s most
North Dakota-based traveling nurse Victoria Gregg is used to unfamiliar hospitals, each with their own unique communities and medical challenges. But since April 23, she’s been taking care of patients in especially strange terrain: St.
North Dakota legislative leaders have moved to ramp up livestreaming and remote capabilities of meetings amid the coronavirus pandemic. In a 6-1 vote on Monday, the Legislative Procedure and Arrangements Committee approved using up to
The North Dakota State school of nursing at Sanford health participated in a senior salute this morning. The recent graduates received their nursing pins marking the start of their professional nursing careers. The students were
FARGO — It may be no better time for National Nurses Week, and one thing is certain — it's being celebrated, and appreciated, much differently this year. Cassie Fredricks, a registered nurse and clinical care