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CHI, Williston ARC partner for Steps Across America Challenge with Bakken and Trinity Christian School students

CHI St. Alexius Health and the ARC are challenging fifth and sixth graders in Williston to get to steppin’ — stepping into healthy choices, that is.

CHI Gives FREE flu shots to employees and their families

 

CHI St. Alexius Health Internal Flu Shots

 

 

Svihovec Receives Sr. Boniface Timmins Award

Angie Svihovec, Vice President of Regional Services and State Advocacy at CHI St. Alexius Health Bismarck, was awarded the prestigious Sr. Boniface Timmins Award during CHI St. Alexius Health’s Annual Associate Awards Banquet on October 22, 2019. Angie is recognized for her leadership and skill in establishing relationships and collaborating with various entities. She has spent more than twenty years working in health care administration. Angie is an energetic, motivated servant leader whose positive attitude is greatly appreciated by her colleagues. She leads by faith and trusts in God to carry the medical center through difficult times.

Angie Svihovec Receives Sr. Boniface Timmins Award

Be Smart When Shoveling Snow

With record amounts of snow already this season and more of the same on the way, doctors are urging common sense when going to remove it. Each year, tens of thousands of people are sent to the hospital suffering from a heart attack while shoveling snow. Experts said some of the best tips are to take frequent breaks and pay attention to how your body is reacting while shoveling. You’re also advised not to eat a large meal before heading outside, which can create extra strain on your heart.

Be Smart When Shoveling Snow

ONEOK Grants $15,000 to CHI St. Alexius Health Foundation

ONEOK Grants $15,000 to CHI St. Alexius Health Foundation for Orthopedic Surgery Bed

Meet Max and Mary: Helping hospital patients on their ‘ruff’ days

There are numerous types of therapy out there. But there’s one that might be the paw-fect one for you. Pet therapy has been scientifically linked to reducing blood pressure, anxiety, depression, and it can even overall lower your physical pain. Unfortunately, patients aren’t allowed to bring in their own pets–but that’s where Max and Mary come in.

This dynamic duo has been an inseparable team for almost 3 and half years now and have zeroed in on one shared goal. Director of Activities for Transitional Care Unit Mary Dunn says, “To brighten someone’s day because who wouldn’t be excited to see a four legged friend for a visit.”

Meet Max and Mary: Helping hospital patients on their ‘ruff’ days

Beyond the Sidelines: Anna Folk

In this month’s beyond the sidelines, we meet Mandan head volleyball coach Anna Folk. When Anna is not leading the Braves, she works as a cardiovascular sonographer, which means she performs ultrasound imagining evaluating different aspects of the heart.

Beyond the Sidelines: Anna Folk

Raising North Dakota: ‘What About Me?’

Bringing a new baby home is an exciting time. But amid all that excitement, there’s often an older sibling who may feel a little left out. In this week’s Raising North Dakota, Alysia Huck tells us about a class that will help prepare them for all the changes that lay ahead.

Raising North Dakota: ‘What About Me?’