Trinity Health Welcomes You
Whether it is caring enough to meet the highest standards of quality, recruiting the finest professionals or providing the latest technology, our mission - our only mission -- is serving you. Everything we do is because of you. Literally. And to help you and your family live longer, healthier lives is our greatest reward.
Trinity Health is committed to improving the health of the communities we serve by pursuing evidence-based care and continuous quality improvement. If a hospital stay is in your future, we will do everything possible to make your stay a pleasant one.
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For Family & Visitors
Trinity Health is committed to improving the health of the communities we serve by pursuing evidence-based care and continuous quality improvement. If you're planning to visit to someone in the hospital, we encourage you to do so. Your support plays an important role in the recovery of your friends and family members.
Hospital Visitation Restrictions:
Visitors to the following areas at Trinity Hospital are restricted to adult immediate family members only: Pediatric Unit, the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and the Family Birth Center. Visitation within the rest of the hospital is limited to adults only.
People experiencing flu-like symptoms or colds should not visit the hospital. Eligible visitors are strongly encouraged to take extra precaution when visiting patients by thoroughly washing their hands when entering and leaving the building.
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Trinity Health named in Nation's Top 50 Cardiovascular Hospitals
Trinity Health is proud to be named one of the nation's 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals. This prestigious annual award honors hospitals that have led the way with superior performance in cardiovascular service.
Trinity Health among Most Wired health systems in 2012
For the fourth time in recent years, Trinity Health has earned distinction as one of America's "Most Wired" health systems. The July issue of Hospitals & Health Networks magazine lists Trinity among the winners in its "Most Improved" category.
The Most Wired health systems indicates that the use of IT is associated with better outcomes for patients. "Our investments in technology and training have helped to achieve benchmarks in patient care and safety," Trinity CEO John Kutch stated, adding, "We're proud of this recognition, but the foremost reason we invest in technology is because of what it can do to help us provide high-quality, safe care for our patients and residents."
Advanced Robotic Surgery in North Dakota
Trinity Health is the first hospital in North Dakota to acquire the new da Vinci Si Surgical System, the most advanced robotic surgical technology on the market.
Designed for use across several surgical specialties, the da Vinci combines the advantages of small incisions used in laparoscopic surgery with high-definition, 3D optics and advanced robotic instrumentation that is more dexterous than a human wrist. Learn More About da Vinci Robotic Surgery
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