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1200 North 7th Street Oakes, ND  58474 (701) 742.3291

 
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CHI Oakes Hospital Celebrates #GivingTuesday

Giving Tuesday

This #GivingTuesday CHI Oakes Hospital is raising funds to upgrade the comforts of our patient rooms. CHI Oakes Hospital realizes that when a patient is comfortable, and has a warm, inviting room that allows for visitors, they will heal faster. With that in mind, they will be raising funds this #GivingTuesday to buy new more comfortable chairs for patients to be up and out of their beds and larger TVs so patients who are here longer can enjoy their favorite movies or programs as they recover. CHI Oakes Hospital is proud to be able to provide a place for community members to recover and heal close to home, without having to travel to larger cities.



 Casino Night

My OneCare

My OneCare is a convenient tool to use and provides valuable information to help you manage your health. For more information click here.

Click the My OneCare logo to sign-up today!

  My OneCare

The patient portal invitation you receive after visiting one of our facilities will never expire. Once you sign up, the portal will be available to you 24/7.

You can also use another application to access your health information, if you prefer. To do so, you will need to first set up a portal account with My OneCare. The username and password you choose will be the security component for your health information and make it possible for you to access and import it.

Currently available for use with My OneCare:

As other applications become available, we will list them here. If you would like to recommend an application, please click here to submit your app recommendation.

Please note: Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) reserves the right to disable a third-party application, if needed. That application’s terms of use will apply and CHI will not have the control or ability to secure the data you place within that system.

CHI Partners to Prevent Intimate Partner Violence

Bismarck, ND ― The CHI North Dakota Violence Prevention Program is an intimate partner violence prevention effort. The program is committed to creating and promoting a culture of non-violence as an essential element of healthy communities and has made great strides since inception.

Over the past year, the program has educated 199 multidisciplinary professionals at statewide summits and train the trainer events. In addition, the program has provided 48 community outreach workshops reaching over 745 professionals statewide, resulting in increased awareness of intimate partner violence and the incorporation of prevention activities into existing practices. One professional said, “This workshop had great recommendations for what steps to take when suspecting intimate partner violence and how to handle the situation in a caring way.” The program also provided 140 healthy relationship workshops, teaching 311 hours of content to more than 1,800 North Dakotans. These workshops promoted healthy relationships through personal growth and skill development. One workshop participant stated, “It really helped me understand emotions and how to communicate.”

Program stakeholders are ecstatic with achievements attained over the past year; Veronica Zietz, program director said, “Our success is due, in large part, to the dynamic team of individuals implementing this program to benefit those at-risk of intimate partner violence.” The program plans to continue operations with the support of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) Mission & Ministry Fund, which recently awarded a three-year grant in the amount of $600,100 to the program.

The CHI ND Violence Prevention Program seeks to create communities free from intimate partner violence by building community and organizational capacity and by promoting healthy relationships. The program serves Bismarck, Carrington, Devils Lake, Dickinson, Lisbon, Oakes, Valley City, and Williston. Learn more at www.chistalexiushealth.org/about-us/nd-violence-prevention-program


Casino Night 2019

A huge THANK YOU to sponsors, attendees, and volunteers who helped make CHI Oakes Hospital Foundation’s Casino Night an evening to remember! Your generosity helped us raise about $49,000 for patient equipment.

This night could not have been possible without the sponsorships received. Thank you again to:

The All In Sponsors: Janice D’Autremont, Columbia Grain Inc, James Valley Grain LLC and Oakes Enhancement Inc.

Royal Flush Sponsors: Mertz Lumber and Supply, Tara’s Thrifty White Pharmacy, Starion Bank, The Tornado 1220AM/95.9FM, Transmed, Inc, Oakes Family Pharmacy, Bank North, Jolene Christenson Family, Gwen Hoffman Family, Mary Schmitz Family, Steve Kasowski, and Economy Propane, LLC, Beverage Wholesalers, Inc, Kustom Machine, Dr. Katie O’Brien & Jason Paradis.

Snake Eyes Sponsors: Starion Insurance, Dickey Rural Networks, Central MN Diagnostic Inc, Scott and Cheri Muggli, Scoops Liquor, Economy Oil Inc, Heimbuch Potatoes, LLC, Hoffman Irrigation, Angry Beaver Lodge.

Pit Boss Sponsors: Novak Electric and Heating, Total Home, First Community Credit Union, Agtegra Cooperative, Red River Valley and Western Railroad Company, Warren and Kris Moe, Dr. Geoffrey and Dorthea Rath, Harvest Inn, Sisters of St. Francis, Chad’s Electric Inc., Vikingland Farm Models, Bearcreek Flying Service, LLC, Agri Valley Insurance, Inc., Doug and Kathy Sitzler, Dahlstrom Funeral Home, Steve and Kim Ketterling, Jeff & Jeanette Quandt, Millers Fresh Foods, Wayne and Beth Smith and Amy and John Bakke.

Wildcard Sponsors: Gloria Shelton, Zack’s Repair, Inc., Oakes Times, Chucks Body Shop, Duane McCullough, Domine Sales and Service and John and Jan Quandt.

We would like to extend a special thank you to the donators and bidders of our Live Auction:

  • Caden Coleman was the high bidder on the Coach Purse donated by Becki Thompson
  • Stephanie Voightman was the high bidder on the Fishing Trip donated by Ryan Lagodinski
  • Kristi Olson was the high bidder on the “Cher” tickets & cash donated by Jan and John Quandt
  • Andy Seyer was the high bidder for the Pioneer Seed credit donated by Gerner Ag, Inc.
  • Collin Galbreath was the high bidder on the Pit Boss grill donated by Paul and ReNae Roney
  • Dave Zetocha was the high bidder on the Black Stone grill donated by Harris Machine Company
  • Steve Ketterling was the lucky winner of our trip raffle
  • Alicia Bata won the Meat raffle donated by Dennis and Ramona Roney along with the wine donated by Angry Beaver Lodge.

We wish to thank the many donators and bidders of our Silent Auction items, those who purchased raffle tickets, raffle board chances, wine and the attendees that bought tickets for our Let’s Make a Deal game. Please see the link below for winners of those awesome items. Also, we wish to extend a thank you to the staff at the Angry Beaver Lodge for a great meal and event, we could not have done it without you. We look forward to next year’s event!

Click here to view Auction Results (pdf)


CHI Oakes Hospital Educational Gift Program

Recognizing the need for high-quality rural health care and increasing demand for trained professionals, CHI Oakes Hospital has announced that it will be offering a $500 educational gift to a high school senior from our service area pursuing a career in the healthcare field.

This program is open to area high school seniors who have enrolled in a course of study leading to a Certificate/Diploma or academic degree in a healthcare field. Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited two- or four-year college or university, vocational/technical school, a school of nursing, or an institution accredited by an appropriate state licensing health career board. A few examples of eligible healthcare fields are Medical Lab Technology, Nursing, and Social Work.

Applications may be picked up from CHI Oakes Hospital or from your school counselor, or can be filled out on-line at the hospital web site at www.oakeshospital.com. For more information or to request an application, contact Julie Entzminger at 701-742-3837 or by e-mail at julieentzminger@catholichealth.net. All applications must be returned by April 23, 2019.

Applicants must return the attached application by April 23, 2019. The recipient will be notified in early May 2019. A check will be sent to the recipient’s school upon proof of enrollment.

Completed Applications should be sent to:

CHI Oakes Hospital
Attn: Julie Entzminger
1200 N 7th Street
Oakes, ND 58474

For more information or to request an application, contact Julie Entzminger at 701-742-3837 or by e-mail at julieentzminger@catholichealth.net. All applications must be returned by April 20, 2018.


     

 CHI Oakes Hospital

1200 North 7th Street

Oakes, North Dakota 58474

(701) 742.3291

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