CHI St. Alexius Health - Dickinson

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About CHI St. Joseph's Health:

Located in located in Dickinson, North Dakota, CHI St. Joseph's Health is comprised of a 25-bed, Critical Access Hospital with a Level IV Trauma Center accredited by the American College of Surgeons and JCAHO, Outpatient Primary Care and Specialty Care Clinics, and two rural health clinics located in Beach and Killdeer.  We are proud to provide excellent person-centered healthcare for the whole person regardless of socioeconomic status, race, or ability to pay.

About Dickinson and Surrounding Communities:

Dickinson is centrally located along Interstate 94 in southwestern North Dakota; it is the midpoint between Fargo, North Dakota and Billings, Montana.  Dickinson is the regional center for all of southwest North Dakota, where people come for shopping and entertainment.  Dickinson has experienced steady growth and is the heartbeat of a rapidly growing and prospering North Dakota economy. It is a community with a bright future, economic stability and low crime rate.  It is a place known for its quality of life, friendliness and respect for family.  Dickinson’s commitment to family, friends and community is enhanced by more than 25 churches of varying size and denominations. Coupled with our excellent public and private schools, Dickinson State University, this is a great place to raise children.

Dickinson is the gateway to the great American West, and conveniently located near Theodore Roosevelt National Park, less than an hour’s drive from Lake Sakakawea, the largest of the mainstream reservoirs on the Missouri river, which is a wonderful fishing and recreation resource.  Dickinson enjoys a spectacular setting in the midst of the prairie and painted canyons and is only minutes from the rugged terrain of the badlands.  You can enjoy the serenity and beauty of Lake Patterson, golf at beautiful golf courses, live in great neighborhoods, go hunting, fishing  or simply observe wildlife such as deer, pheasant, grouse, buffalo and antelope