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CHI St. Alexius Health Motivational Mile

It’s not the longest course at the Bismarck Marathon, but the CHI St. Alexius Motivational Mile has participants taking some of the biggest steps toward achieving health goals. The CHI St.

CHI St. Alexius Health Motivational Mile

Your Health First: How is the poor air quality affecting daily routines?

People across the state are feeling the effects of the poor air quality. We learned how people are coping with it, and what you should do to maintain your health during this time. As days go by, people are beginning to notice something different in their daily lives the smoky air they are breathing in.

How is the poor air quality affecting daily routines?

When Nerves Attack: Tackling Back-to-School Anxiety

No one likes anxiety, but everyone gets it – especially when you’re facing the unknown. That’s certainly the case for back-to-school jitters.

CHI St. Alexius Health Williston Gets A Facelift

CHI St. Alexius Health in Williston is getting a facelift, with several renovation projects underway inside and outside the facility. 

The first thing patients and visitors will notice when they step in is that the decades old carpet has been removed, replaced with laminate flooring. CHI's OR/MedSurg/ICU Director, Kathy Mayo, explained that the change is helpful to hospital staff as well, making it easier to transport patients and equipment without the resistance of carpet.  "From an OR/Radiology standpoint, when you're pushing big equipment or a patient's bed, and you're pushing on carpet, it's just not conducive." Mayo told the Williston Herald. "With the removal of all that carpeting it makes it so much easier to transport equipment; it's not as hard on equipment and it's not as hard on the staff and their backs."

Minot Medical Plaza Hosts Sports Physical Clinic

CHI St. Alexius Health Minot Medical Plaza is offering comprehensive sports physicals on Saturday, August 7, 2021, from 8 am to 12 pm. This special one-day clinic is in addition to the regular medical plaza hours of Monday through Friday, 7 am to 5 pm. Prior to participating in an athletic activity, it is important for every child to have a sports physical. In addition, students participating in ND High School Athletics Association sanctioned activities must have a completed physical clearance form on file with their school.

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The Williston Community Health Needs Assessment is NOW OPEN!

The health of our community starts with you! 

You can’t live in our area and not be aware that we as a community face challenges. This past year added additional complexity as COVID-19 touched every aspect of our daily life – from business, to schools to health care.

CHI St. Alexius is committed to addressing the ever-changing health care needs of our community. That is why we partner with Upper Missouri District Health Unit and various community leaders to conduct a health needs assessment every three years!

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Dickinson's Community Health Needs Survey Open Through 7/26

CHI St. Alexius Health Dickinson Medical Center and Southwest District Health Unit team to seek input from area residents about community’s health needs 

 

DICKINSON – In an effort to gauge the overall health needs of its eight surrounding counties, CHI St. Alexius Health Dickinson and Southwest District Health have partnered with the University of North Dakota Center for Rural Health to conduct their Community Health Needs Assessment. The CHNA process takes place every three years and is a critical tool in helping establish a baseline understanding of the health needs of Dickinson and the surrounding communities.