Trinity Hospital AlertUpdate on the fire at the construction site of the new Trinity Health medical campus in southwest Minot: The site is closed and appropriate authorities and experts are investigating the incident. This process will take some time. Until we have sufficient information and recommendations to consider, Trinity Health will not speculate on the impact this event may have on the project timeline. However, our commitment to the city and region is unwavering. We will evaluate the impact of the fire and take any actions necessary to ensure successful completion of the healthcare campus and medical district. Again, we are profoundly thankful no one was injured; the safety and well-being of our patients, community, staff, and project partners are our priority. We deeply appreciate the efforts by local fire, police, and ambulance services to keep people safe from harm during this event.

Susan Dugan, PMHCNS-BC

Susan J. Dugan, PMHCNS-BC, is a clinical nurse specialist with over 30 years of experience caring for people with behavioral health problems. A member of our adult mental health team, Susan is well equipped to provide diagnosis and treatment for the full range of behavioral disorders, including depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder.  A graduate of Tufts University in Medford, MA, Susan earned a master’s degree in Adult Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing from Yale University School of Nursing, New Haven, CT. Prior to joining Trinity Health, she practiced in a number of inpatient and outpatient centers in Connecticut. Most recently she was associated with Southeastern Mental Health Authority of the State of Connecticut where she led a clinical treatment team as part of a Wellness Recovery Advocacy Program.


Psychiatrists study and treat mental disorders including various affective, behavioral, cognitive, and perceptual disorders.

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