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Sanford Health Continuing Care
In 1941, at the request of Bishop Vincent Ryan of the Catholic Diocese of Bismarck, a courageous group of Benedictine Sisters from Minot (now Richardton) began a home for the aged in the former Bishop's residence in downtown Bismarck. The ministry grew and flourished. Needing a more modern and adequate facility, a new building was constructed in 1957. This facility has expanded several times and was completely renovated in 1996.
In 2000, the Benedictine Sisters began looking for a healthcare partner to assist them in this ministry. They decided to lease the management of St. Vincent's to legacy Medcenter One (now Sanford Health) and sold the healthcare organization the facility in 2005. Under a sponsorship agreement, the Benedictine Sisters continue as the Catholic sponsors and provide leadership in the area of spiritual care. The logo of our facility signifies the partnership and cooperation between Sanford Health and the Sisters of Sacred Heart Monastery.
Sanford Health St. Vincent's Continuing Care continues in the Catholic healthcare tradition.
Sacred Heart Place, centrally located, is a 40-bed unit featuring 32 private rooms and four semi-private rooms.
Benedict Place is our special care unit located on the west end of Sanford Health St. Vincent's Continuing Care Center. The unit is specifically designed to meet the needs of residents with a dementia or Alzheimer's diagnosis. This unit has 10 oversized semi-private rooms and its own dining and activity areas.
Sanford Health Marillac Manor, a 77-apartment congregate living center, is connected to the east end of Sanford Health St. Vincent's Continuing Care Center.
He is an active member of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Bismarck.
Sanford Health St. Vincentís Continuing Care Center awarded for event