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Hospitals in North Dakota paid up to $200 an hour for traveling nurses, and the state of Minnesota agreed to pay at least $275 an hour to an agency for nurses during the omicron surge.
In call with Gov. Doug Burgum, Sanford CEO walked back a controversial deed restriction for the Mott nursing home.
The virtual classes are scheduled for once a month in June, July and August.
Jamestown Regional Medical Center says it is streamlining patient visits by adopting kiosks that will allow patients to check in for appointments.

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Kaylee Alvarado of Bismarck said there was "blood everywhere" when her son's foreskin was forced back during a routine medical procedure.
The fundraising campaign is for Trinity Health's new hospital and medical district.
The new beds would help to fill a void of inpatient psychiatric treatment beds in western North Dakota. There are no such beds west of Minot or Bismarck.
The one-story clinic, comprising some 14,500 square feet of space and slated to open in late fall, will be located in the high-visibility development called The Lights.
Rachel Iverson, a registered dietitian with Sanford Health in Bismarck, says heavily processed foods such as boxed macaroni and cheese, canned soup and frozen dinners often contain unhealthy levels of sodium; the reason being that salt is used as a preservative to extend shelf life. Yet, there are high sodium products whose heart stopping saltiness tends to stay under a consumer’s radar.
Money will go to the Trinity Healthcare Campus and Medical District Capital Campaign.

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No one likes to consider the worst "what ifs" when it comes to their health and mortality, but worst-case scenarios are something people need to be prepared for. Having an advanced care plan in place helps loved ones and health care workers make treatment decisions in an emergency, and guarantees a patient's wishes are fulfilled.
The upcoming classes will be held virtually on days in March, April and May.
Cole Trebesch, new chair of 40 Square Cooperative Solutions, has held leadership positions with the state's soybean association for the last decade.

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