Trinity finalizing costs, preparing for financing on new hospital

Trinity’s new hospital planned for Southwest Minot is still moving forward despite the seeming inactivity. A contractor change and a design revision needed to bring the cost down to an estimated $275-$295 million; Trinity leaders expect sell bonds to finance the project this fall and begin construction next spring.

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Trinity Makes Financing Moves Towards New Hospital Construction

Representatives from Trinity Hospital were in front of the Ward County Commission on Tuesday morning outlining the financing status and construction plans for Minot’s new hospital. The effort will require the sale of nearly $430 million in bonds, and because it is a nonprofit¬†organization, it must facilitate the sale of those bonds through a government

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New Hospital Clears Zoning Hurdle

Trinity Health’s efforts to build a hospital in Southwest Minot cleared a hurdle in the form of a zoning change and the issuance of conditional use permits needed to move the process forward. The Planning Commission’s recommendations will go the full City Council next Monday. Trinity’s news release follows below. — Official News Release, Trinity

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Trinity Health Partners with Billings Clinic RegionalCare, New Hospital in Works

Leadership from Trinity Health have announced a partnership with Billings Clinic RegionalCare. The big news, the partnership will allow Trinity to move forward with a new medical campus and hospital to be located in Southwest Minot near 37th avenue and 16th street. The official news release that outlines some of the operational changes follows below.

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New Chief Nursing Officer Takes Reigns at Trinity

Trinity’s Chief Nursing Officer is retiring. She will be replaced by Karen Zimmerman, a long time Minot resident and Trinity staff member.

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