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Patrick D. Grace, MD, Joins CHI St. Alexius Health Pain Clinic

CHI St. Alexius Health is pleased to welcome Patrick D. Grace, MD, to its pain medicine team. Grace received his medical degree from Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Ga., and completed an anesthesiology residency at Wake Forest Baptist Health, Winston-Salem, N.C. He completed his fellowship in multidisciplinary & interventional pain medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, Kan.

Patrick D. Grace, MD

Air Force nurses arrive in North Dakota

Sixty Air Force nurses have arrived to help North Dakota hospitals in the on-going fight against COVID-19. Twenty ICU nurses and 40 medical surgical nurses have been split among six major hospitals throughout the state hospitals in the on-going fight against COVID-19. The Department of Defense’s operation plan is to help hospitals with patients in four major cities: Bismarck, Minot, Fargo and Grand Forks.

Air Force nurses arrive in North Dakota

Flisak and Schulz Join CHI St. Alexius Health Heart & Lung Clinic

CHI St. Alexius Health is pleased to welcome Michael Flisak, DO, and Alexis Schulz, DNP, to the interventional cardiology, and cardiology team at Heart & Lung Clinic.

Flisak and Schulz Join CHI St. Alexius Health Heart & Lung Clinic

Extraordinary Nurse Recognized at CHI St. Alexius Bismarck

Jet Velunta, a nurse at CHI St. Alexius Health, was honored with The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses ®. The award is part of the DAISY Foundation's mission to recognize the extraordinary, compassionate nursing care they provide patients and families every day. The DAISY Award recipient, Jet, was recognized for the way he builds a lasting relationship with his patients as an operating room nurse. Jet is explained as having a big heart and brightening the room for patients and their families.

Extraordinary Nurse Recognized at CHI St. Alexius Bismarck

Williston - Gratitude

It’s safe to say we’re all ready to put 2020 and the pandemic in our rearview. This unprecedented year has called for plenty of courage, resilience and coming together. Despite or maybe because of the uncertain days we’re living, it’s important to pause this holiday season to recognize all the things for which we are thankful.

"This year has truly taught us what is important in life – each other. I’m incredibly thankful for my loved ones and friends who make my life rich, my colleagues who’ve shown incredible camaraderie and  strength and especially the community members who’ve found so many ways to lift our spirits,” Dan Bjerknes, CHI St. Alexius Health president.

Heart Healthy During the Holidays

CHI St. Alexius Physician Assistant, in the Cardiology department, Samantha Mollman knows heart failure first-hand. That’s why it’s so important for her to stress heart health.

Heart Healthy During the Holidays

Sr. Boniface Timmins Leadership Award

The COVID-19 Incident Command Team was presented “The Sr. Boniface Timmins Leadership Award” for their proactive and meticulous planning and implementation of strategies designed to provide the optimum care for patients and safest environment for those caring for them. The day by day plans (sometimes minute by minute adjustments) directed by this team assured safe care for our patients and visitors and protective care for our staff - changes that are now a part of our daily lives.

Sr. Boniface Timmins Leadership Award

Bismarck Infectious Disease Doctor Discusses Flu Immunizations

Dr. Emily Shay joins us, she’s an infectious disease/critical care doctor at CHI St. Alexius Health. She tells us some of the differences between the flu and COVID. She also explains where we can get our flu vaccine as the flu season starts to ramp up.

Emily Shay MD