About Trinity Health

Founded in 1922, Trinity Health was organized as an expression of faith by the immigrants who settled Northwest North Dakota. It quickly grew to become the region’s premier healthcare provider. Today, Trinity Health keeps faith with that tradition of caring and compassion. As a nonprofit, fully-integrated healthcare system, our network of doctors, hospitals, nursing homes, clinics and other facilities has been recognized for its dedication to quality care and science-based medicine.

  • Trinity Health Quick Facts

    Trinity Hospital
    (251 licensed beds)
    • Acute care, full-service hospital
    • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
    • Level 2 Trauma Center
    • Helicopter Ambulance
    • Joint Replacement and Geriatric Fracture Center
    • Cardiac Center
    • Stroke Center
    • Neurosurgery Center

    Trinity Hospital – St. Joseph’s
    (165 licensed beds)
    • Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit
    • Kidney Dyalisis Unit
    • Inpatient – Mental Health
    • Outpatient Behavioral Health
    • Support Services
    • Outpatient Chemical Dependency Unit
    • Inpatient Chemical Dependency Unit

    Utilization Statistics (estimated annual)
    • Inpatient Discharges: 11,926
    • Outpatient Visits: 129,998
    • Births: 1,498
    • Emergency Visits: 36,598
    • Clinical Visits: 320,000
    • NorthStar Criticair Transports: 350

    Medical Group (estimated annual)
    • 200+ Providers
    • 40 Specialties
    • 320,000 Clinical Visits

    Trinity Homes
    • Skilled nursing facility
    • 230 – skilled beds
    • Alzheimer’s Special Care Unit
    • 13 – Retirement Apartments
    • One of North Dakota’s largest long term care facilities

    Employees
    • Employs approximately 2700

    Revenue & Expenses (Estimated Annual)
    • Total Revenue: $800,000,000
    • Net Revenue: $450,000,000
    • Payroll Expenses: $200,000,000
    • Charitable Care/Bad Debt: $66,000,000