Stanley, ND- Mountrail County Medical Center is pleased to announce Tammie Braaflat, FNP-BC will be joining the facility starting on November 30th, 2015 and will start seeing patients in early December in the clinic. A North Dakota native, Tammie and her husband farm by Plaza and have three daughters.
Rocky has made healthcare his calling for the past 30 years, working in both acute and/or long term care the entire time. He began his career in finance and accounting, eventually moving from a CFO to the CEO position due to enjoying people, especially those who were entrusted to his care. He has degrees in Business Administration, Accounting and Computer Science from Dickinson State College. His past experiences include a Critical Access Hospital, both large and small skilled nursing facilities, assisted living complexes and congregate housing. Most recently Rocky was the President/CEO of St. Aloisius Medical Center in Harvey, North Dakota.
Farm Credit Services of North Dakota is proud to announce that it has awarded the Mountrail County Medical Center $15,000 as a recipient of the Rural Community Grant Foundation (RGCF). The grant funds were used to purchase a portable ultrasound machine that will be utilized in the ER, Hospital, Clinic and Bethel Home. Grant funds from the Stanley Community Foundation, St. Joseph’s Foundation and donations from the Hospital Auxiliary and the T.H. Reiarson Trust were also used in purchasing the $40,000 unit.
BNC National Bank has pledged a $10,000 donation to the Mountrail County Health Foundation to be paid out over two years. BNC is excited to be able to contribute to the “Partnering for the Future Campaign” associated with the three-phase expansion and renovation of the Mountrail County Medical Center.
Mountrail County Health Foundation was recently presented with a $10,000 grant as part of the Enbridge Community Investment Program. Pictured below, left to right, are Alex German, Public Awareness Analyst and Katie Haarsager, Community Relations Advisor for Enbridge, Mountrail County Health Foundation Director Steph Everett and Dr. Mark Longmuir.
Farm Credit Services of North Dakota is proud to announce that it has awarded Mountrail County Bethel Home $15,000 as a recipient of the Rural Community Grant Fund (RCGF). The grant funds will help purchase Rest-Q mattresses and beds for residents.
STANLEY, N.D., May 6, 2015 – Hess Corporation (NYSE: HES) presented a $19,700 check to the Mountrail County Medical Center (MCMC) today for the purchase of a new portable X-ray machine for emergency and hospital use.
Stanley, ND- With Phase One, the CT/ER Expansion having been completed a year ago and Phase Two, the T.H. Reiarson Rural Health Clinic open for patients, all energy is now being focused on Phase Three, the expansion of the Bethel Home. The approved expansion will include a Chapel/Multipurpose Room, a new and bigger kitchen, a remodel of the current dining rooms, relocation of shipping and receiving and a Transportation Center. The plans are at state and once approved, bids will be accepted and groundbreaking is still possible for late summer/early fall. Our sincere thank you to all who have donated and have brought us to this point.
With four separate boards this year for the Super Bowl, the Stanley Lions Club was able to donate over $2700 to four separate entities. The Mountrail Community Food Pantry received $500 which they will use for food. The Mountrail County Health Foundation received $500 to go towards the Capital Campaign. The Sibyl Center received $500 they will use for programs. The Stanley High School Band received $1250 they will use for equipment for a planned drumline program next year.