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Heart Care

Advanced Cardiology Care

At CHI St. Alexius Health, our heart team provides some of the most advanced cardiovascular care you will find. Our highly-skilled providers are dedicated to the medical diagnosis and treatment of disorders of congenital heart defects, coronary artery disease, heart failure, valvular heart disease and electrophysiology.

We offer advanced heart care for you and your loved ones at the locations below.

To schedule for any of these locations, call (701) 530-7502.

  • Minot
  • Dickinson
  • Bowman
  • Hettinger
  • Mobridge, SD
  • Garrison
  • Linton
  • Wishik

Compassionate Heart Treatment

Because coronary heart disease remains a major cause of death and debilitation in the U.S., our team of cardiologists, pulmonologists, heart and vascular surgeons, diabetes educators, and interventional radiologists, as well as other highly skilled personnel, work collaboratively to effectively treat patients with cardiovascular, lung and peripheral artery disease (PAD).

Our interdisciplinary approach means every patient receives the attention of a team of specialists and is treated with the utmost dignity, care and compassion.


Cardiac electrophysiologists at CHI St. Alexius Health diagnose rhythm disturbances in the heart and determine the best treatment options. Physicians perform an array of testing including invasive and non-invasive procedures to provide patients with the latest in cardiac care.

Left Atrial Appendage Occluder 

The Left Atrial Appendage (LAA) Occluder is a minimally invasive therapy to treat people with atrial fibrillation (AFib) who are at risk of ischemic stroke. The innovative treatment option completely and immediately seals the LAA, eliminating the need for blood-thinning medication following the procedure.

AFib occurs when the upper chambers of the heart (atria) beat out of coordination with the lower chambers (ventricles) and contract rapidly and irregularly. In some people with AFib, the LAA - a small, naturally occurring pocket connected to the upper left chamber of the heart - can allow blood to pool and increase the likelihood of a clot formation, which can travel to the brain and cause a stroke. For patients with AFib who are unable to take blood thinners long-term, physicians may perform procedures to prevent blood clots from leaving the LAA to reduce the risk of stroke.

For an appointment, call (701) 530-7502.

Are you at risk?

More than 600,000 people die of heart disease every year. Learn about your heart health risk and your heart's real age by taking our online quiz today.