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Firefighters Continue Spreading Cheer During the Holidays

As the holidays approach, you might find yourself going through your list of things to check off before celebrating with friends and family. But for some, having a child in the hospital during this time of year can make for an emotional and challenging experience.

Firefighters Continue Spreading Cheer During the Holidays

2021 Years of Service Awards

CHI St. Alexius Health is proud to recognize 217 employees who embody the mission and values of our hospitals and clinics. We congratulate them on 3,385 combined years and offer our sincere appreciation for their dedication, loyalty and patient-centered care.

2021 Years of Service Awards

Annual Hospice Online Silent Auction

CHI Health at Home invites you to be part of our annual Hospice Online Silent Auction. Each year, proceeds from this event go towards supporting our hospice patients and their families in Bismarck-Mandan and surrounding areas. We couldn't do it without your support.

Annual Hospice Online Silent Auction

Trailer Donation Warms Hearts at CHI St. Alexius Health Williston

A new trailer graciously donated by Nova Energy will make COVID-19 testing more comfortable this winter season for CHI St. Alexius Health employees and patients. “We are so thankful for this generous donation. Nova Energy is truly a good corporate neighbor for stepping forward in a very real way,” said Dan Bjerknes, CHI St. Alexius Health president.

“As we continue to navigate the challenges presented by COVID-19, this kind of donation gives our entire staff and the community a boost because it shows that the business community cares and is willing to help.” CHI St. Alexius Health has already begun to use the trailer as the cold weather has arrived in our region. The trailer will be used throughout the winter months so staff do not have to stand outside in the cold and snow for car-side swabs.

Trailer Donation Warms Hearts at CHI St. Alexius Health Williston

The Great American Smokeout November 18, 2021

Quitting smoking isn’t easy. It takes time. And a plan. You don’t have to stop smoking in one day. Start with day one. Let the Great American Smokeout be your day in taking an important step toward a healthier life and reducing your cancer risk.

Quitting smoking is a process, and success may look different for different people. There are many ways to quit smoking, and some work better than others. CHI St. Alexius Health and the American Cancer Society can help you access the resources and support you need to quit.

J’Patrick Fahn, DO, Receives Benedictine Spirit Award

CHI St. Alexius Health awarded Dr. J’Patrick Fahn the 2020 Benedictine Spirit Award. The 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. 

Dr. J’Patrick Fahn

CHI St. Alexius Health Now Offering Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccines

CHI St. Alexius Health is now scheduling COVID-19 vaccination appointments for children aged 5 to 11, at its pharmacies and family medicine clinics. Appointments are required and open for scheduling as of today.

CHI St. Alexius Health Now Offering Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccines

CHI St. Alexius Health Williston begins vaccinating patients 5 years and older against COVID-19

CHI St. Alexius Health Williston administered their first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to patients under 18. Scarlett Wolf, 9, and sister Vivienne, 8, both received their first doses of the Pfizer vaccine on Friday morning. Mother Anna Wolf, DNP, APRN, FNP-C at CHI St. Alexius, said she was thrilled that her children were able to take advantage of the vaccine.

"It really eases my mind now, if they were to come in contact with the virus," Wolf said. "We know that children ages 5 to 11 it has a 90 percent rate of keeping children from getting the severe disease or ending up in the hospital. Those are odds that I like."

Scarlett Wolf, 9, receives her first dose of the Pfizer vaccine from RN Cristina Babic at CHI St. Alexius Health Williston.