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Ranked Best in ND

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 A hospital that's been around for nearly 130 years is still number one. 

St. Alexius is ranked the number one hospital in North Dakota for the second year in a row. 
U.S. News and World Report recognizes hospitals that excel in treating the most challenging patients.
The hospital is being recognized for it's performance in 8 different areas including cancer, orthopedics and geriatrics. 

(Gary Miller / St. Alexius CEO) "Systems are necessary, protocols are necessary, but it comes down to people. Individuals caring for other individuals. We have some very talented and very great people."

St. Alexius has roughly 2,500 employees throughout North Dakota.
Roughly 2,300 of those work in Bismarck. 

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