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Make more possible for 100 more years.

Some events are so momentous they only come around once in a century.

At Trinity Health, we are on the cusp of such a moment with our new healthcare campus and medical district. Each of us can make it our own; and together, we can make more possible.

 

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100 Years of Making More Possible

1922

Trinity Health founded.

1949

Trinity launched a $500,000 building campaign to construct a six-story addition on the east side of Trinity Hospital.  A six-story addition was erected at Northwest Clinic.

1964

Trinity Health becomes first hospital between Minneapolis and Spokane to offer open heart surgery.

1968

Trinity constructs nation’s first hospital-based heliport and launches one of the first helicopter ambulance services.

1971

Lutheran Home/Trinity Health merge, forming largest healthcare system in 29-state area.

1972

Area’s first joint replacement surgery performed.

1975

Region’s first Newborn Intensive Care Unit opens.

1977

Region’s first kidney dialysis center launched.

1986

Area’s first angioplasty performed.

1991

Region’s first laparoscopic gallbladder conducted.

1992

Trinity Health creates NorthStar Criticair to provide critical care transport for seriously ill and injured patients.

1995

Trinity Health verified a Level II Trauma Center.

1999

CancerCare Center opens, offering radiation and medical oncology.

2001

Historic transaction unites staff, services, and facilities of Trinity Health and UniMed Medical Center.

2006

Trinity Health deploys state’s first fully-integrated electronic health record.

First in ND to offer digital mammography

2009

Trinity Health purchases 50 acres in southwest Minot as potential site for a new healthcare campus.

2010

First health system in state to acquire da Vinci Si robotic surgery system.

Center for Diabetes Education opens.

2015

First in region to offer 3-D mammography.

2016

Proposal for new healthcare campus gets green light from Minot Planning Commission.

2017

Trinity Health receives authority from Ward County Board of Commissioners to issue up to $63 million in Health Care Revenue Bonds for new hospital and medical district.

Bond sale to raise proceeds for the new healthcare campus ends in unqualified success.

2018

With building activity underway, Trinity Health invites community to “Breaking More Ground” event to celebrate construction of new regional healthcare campus and medical district.

2021

Region’s first total knee performed using ROSA® Knee robotic technology.