Jason loves his four kids. He is proud to be living with his wife and children in their newly purchased home. Not long ago, however, he was struggling with the stress of a number of issues, including unemployment and loss of custody of his children.
He wished for one more chance… but it was a huge request. More than anything, he wanted to be a good father and husband. His situation raised the question: How many chances does one get in life?
Women voted St. Joseph’s as one of America’s Best Hospitals for Patient Experience in Obstetrics
St. Joseph’s Area Health Services is one of America’s Best Hospitals for Patient Experience in Obstetrics.
WomenCertified presents the award to St. Joseph’s for demonstrating excellence in meeting the needs and preferences of women. The award is based on criteria including female patient satisfaction measures as well as clinical quality considerations.
St. Joseph’s Area Health Services honors employees for years of service to its healing mission based on five-year increments and additionally acknowledges educational and other achievements during its annual Recognition Tea.
This year’s service recipients who have dedicated 20 years or more of service to St. Joseph’s are (front, from left) Renita Kurtti, 30 years; Karol Potter, 30 years; Bobbye Lemke, 35 years; and Sandra Cook, 35 years; (back) Paula Winter, 25 years; Julie Osterman, 25 years; Joyce Skoog, 25 years; and Terry Howard, 25 years. Not pictured are Debra Hagen and Lorrie Preiner.
Free weight-loss education session set in Fargo
If you’re serious about weight loss and would like to learn more about surgical and non-surgical solutions, there will be a free, weight-loss informational session from 6-8 p.m. Monday, March 17 at the Ramada Plaza & Suites in Fargo, ND.