American Bank Center Announces Donation to Stanley Health Care Facility

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Pictured above, left to right, are Bonnie Nichols and Heath Hetzel of American Bank Center; Steph Everett, MCHC Foundation Director; Doug Kinnoin, Capital Campaign Co-Chair; and Susan Weston, MCMC CFO.

American Bank Center and its employees are pleased to announce a $250,000 donation in a ten-year pledge of equal $25,000 payments to the Mountrail County Health Center located in Stanley, North Dakota. MCHC announced the Partnering for the Future Capital Campaign in which they hope to raise $6.25 million dollars. These funds will be used to finance the three construction phases for the Mountrail County Health Center Campus.

The first phase of the MCHC project will include construction of space to house CT Scanning, an Emergency Room expansion and an enclosed ambulance bay with a completion date in mid-March, 2014 at a cost of $1.25 million dollars.

Phase two will consist of expanding and remodeling the clinic space at a cost of $2.195 million dollars with completion in the Winter 2014. Phase three will consist of a new multi-purpose activity center being added to Bethel Home along with remodeling their Dining and Dietary area at an estimated cost of $3 million dollars.

The “Partnering for the Future” capital campaign/expansion project came about following a recent “Community Health Needs Assessment” by the North Dakota Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility Program. The results of that assessment demonstrated the immediate needs of the community and what residents were seeking from their local health care facility. The Mountrail County Medical Center is under the governance, defined by its by-laws, of the Mountrail Bethel Home Corporation and Trinity Medical Center Corporation in Minot, ND.

For additional information on the MCHC project, please go onto the Foundation’s website at www.mountrailcountyhealthfoundation.org or by contacting Stephanie Everett, the Foundation Director. She can be reached at 701-628-1405. Donations can be made online at the website using a credit card if you wish.

Courtesy of Mountrail County Promoter

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