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CHI St. Alexius Health has a new piece of high tech equipment that is used to treat PTSD. It can follow a traumatic event in a person's life and the mental image does not go away.

CHI St. Alexius Health recently named Sean Forster director of its Emergency Trauma Center.

With winter coming, it’s important to be prepared for any possible problems, said Dr. Koye Oyerinde, a pediatrician at Minot Medical Plaza.

Patients at St. Alexius Medical Plaza who are at high risk to develop cancer now have the option of seeking genetic testing, said physician assistant Lindsey Siemens.

It is winter here in the Midwest, and shoveling snow can be good exercise, it also can be a very dangerous activity for some people.

Facilities were recently notified they received a five-star quality rating in four-out-of-four categories from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

CHI St. Alexius Health has received LifeSource’s Gold Award in support of organ, tissue and eye donation.

We are the only hospital in western North Dakota to earn four stars on Hospital Compare’s overall rating and to receive The Leapfrog Group’s highest Hospital Safety Score in the state.

Diabetes is called the silent killer, nearly 30 million Americans and more than 400 million people worldwide have the disease.

American Heart Association Award recognizes CHI St. Alexius Health’s commitment to quality stroke care