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Demonstrates a commitment to service, organization values and professionalism through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times
Adheres to and exhibits our core values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.Catholic Health Initiatives and its organizations are Equal Opportunity Employers

About Mercy Medical Center

Mercy Medical Center is a fully accredited Joint Commission, 25-bed Critical Access regional medical facility which serves an estimated 60,000 people from Western North Dakota and Eastern Montana. We are a rural facility that offers many of the same services you would expect to find in larger, urban centers. Our staff is comprised of approximately 450 employees making us one of the largest employers in the region.

Mercy Medical Center was founded in 1920 by the Sisters of Mercy to provide quality healthcare for the whole person regardless of socioeconomic status, race, or ability to pay. Since then, Mercy Medical Center has become a regional medical center offering a range of services including emergency services, surgery, wellness programs, cancer treatment, home health, hospice, chemical dependency programs, rehabilitation therapies, and many more.

Mercy provides the latest technology ranging from state-of-the-art diagnostics like Full Field Digital Mammography, MRI and CT scans in our Imaging Department to the most advanced treatment methods offered by our Leonard P. Nelson Family Cancer Treatment Center.
About Williston, North Dakota

Williston is a growing community with a bright future. North Dakota consistently ranks as the #1 safest state, #10 most livable state, and #9 healthiest state in the nation. The City of Williston is nestled in the northwest corner of North Dakota, just 60 miles from the Canadian border and 18 miles from the Montana border. Our economy is enriched by the oil and gas industry, agriculture and the service sector.
Its the variety of activities in Williston that contribute to a quality of life that is unmatched. Williston hosts the entertainment packed Miss North Dakota Scholarship Pageant and many other family oriented functions throughout the year, such as the Scandinavian Heritage Fest, Band Day, Fort Union Rendezvous, Old Fashioned Fourth of July, and Chokecherry Festival. Our schools, churches, parks and recreation, cultural opportunities, and state of the art medical facilities are the envy of small communities around the state. Williston is ranked #53 in Midwest Living Magazines 2008 "Top 100 Small Town Getaways." Nearby Links of North Dakota is ranked one of America 's 100 best modern golf courses. Beautiful Lewis and Clark State Park, campgrounds, and several motels are anxious to make your visit an outstanding one. In our back yard are the famous Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, Fort Buford State Historic Site, and Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center and we are just an hour away from the scenic Theodore Roosevelt National Park North Unit of the Badlands. Western North Dakota is one of the finest deer and game bird hunting regions in the United States. Williston ranked #18 in the April 2008 edition of Outdoor Life Magazines article, "The top 200 towns for the outdoorsman." Lake Sakakawea, located 16 miles east of Williston is the largest man-made lake in the country, and is regarded as one of the premier walleye fishing lakes in the world. The Confluence area showcases seventy-plus pound paddlefish and the North Star Caviar project.
About Catholic Health Initiatives

Catholic Health Initiatives is a national nonprofit health organization with headquarters in Englewood, Colorado.
Our faith-based system operates in 19 states and includes 76 hospitals; 40 long-term care, assisted- and residential-living facilities; two community health-services organizations; two accredited nursing colleges; and home health agencies.
In fiscal year 2011, CHI provided more than $612 million in charity care and community benefit, including services for the poor, free clinics, education and research. With annual revenues of more than $10.5 billion, CHI is the nation's second-largest Catholic health care system.
About CHI:
Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) is a nonprofit, faith-based health system formed in 1996 through the consolidation of four Catholic health systems, expresses its mission each day by creating and nurturing healthy communities in the hundreds of sites across the nation where we provide care.

The nations third-largest nonprofit health system, Englewood, Colorado-based CHI operates in 19 states and comprises 103 hospitals, including four academic health centers and major teaching hospitals as well as 30 critical-access facilities; community health-services organizations; accredited nursing colleges; home-health agencies; living communities; and other facilities and services that span the inpatient and outpatient continuum of care.

In fiscal year 2015, CHI provided almost $970 million in financial assistance and community benefit an 8% increase over the previous year -- for programs and services for the poor, free clinics, education and research. Financial assistance and community benefit totaled more than $1.6 billion with the inclusion of the unpaid costs of Medicare. The health system, which generated operating revenues of $15.2 billion in fiscal year 2015, has total assets of approximately $23 billion.

About CHI Fargo Division:
The CHI Fargo Division consists of a diverse group of hospitals and tertiary medical centers, outpatient clinics, home health, skilled nursing facilities, assisted, disabled and retirement living, and hospice outreach, throughout located in North Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin.