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April is National Volunteer Month

On Thursday, April 4 at its annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon, CHI St. Alexius Health recognized 210 volunteers for their service to the medical center.

April is National Volunteer Month

Measles Cases Increasing Nationwide

Measles cases this year are already approaching record-breaking numbers; the reason why, more and more people are opting not to vaccinate.

Measles Cases Increasing Nationwide

2019 Doctors' Day

In observance of National Doctors’ Day on March 30, 2019, CHI St. Alexius Health Bismarck thanks and recognizes our doctors for their commitment to high-quality care. CHI St. Alexius Health’s President Kurt Schley, offered his appreciation to the many physicians whom are dedicated to saving lives and improving health and quality of life. “We appreciate our physician partners so very much on Doctors’ Day, and every day, for their healing ministry and commitment to CHI St. Alexius Health.”

2019 Doctors' Day

April is National Donate Life Month

More than 3,400 people in the Upper Midwest are waiting for a life-saving organ transplant and the national waiting list holds the names of more than 114,000 men, women and children. The month of April is National Donate Life Month, a month-long recognition of the gifts of organ, eye and tissue donation.

April is National Donate Life Month

Archuleta Receives Benedictine Spirit Award

CHI St. Alexius Health Bismarck awarded Laura Archuleta, MD, the 2018 Benedictine Spirit Award during the annual Doctors’ Day celebration. The Benedictine Spirit Award is presented annually to a physician who provides distinguished service to patients and upholds the mission and values outlined by the Benedictine Sisters of Annunciation Monastery.

Archuleta Receives Benedictine Spirit Award

FDA Approves Drug to Treat Postpartum Depression

The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first drug specifically designed to treat postpartum depression. Our Malique Rankin explains how this medicine is offering hope to new moms. Postpartum depression is more common than people realize. In the U.S., about 1 in 9 mothers experience it after having a baby and it can last for years.

FDA Approves Drug to Treat Postpartum Depression

Do You Have Air Travel Anxiety? We Have Tips

Most of us have heard about the two Boeing 737 Max 8 jets that crashed, killing all passengers. The most recent happened Sunday. With the story receiving so much publicity, it can give travelers anxiety.
Our Malique Rankin sat down with a psychologist today who made a great point. We don't have news stories about every plane that lands safely. So when one crashes, it’s a big story, and it seems much more likely to occur than it really is.

Dr. Tara Feil with CHI St. Alexius says the first thing you should do is pinpoint your fears. Determining if it's the turbulence or the confined space can help you learn how to cope. Feil says to also ask your flight attendants any questions that may help you feel more comfortable.

Do You Have Air Travel Anxiety? We Have Tips

Water is Life

February 28, 2019

by Wes and Kathy Pepple