Welcome to St. Andrew's Health Center!
St. Andrew's Health Center is a 25 bed acute care Critical Access
Hospital in Bottineau, ND sponsored by the Sisters of Mary of the
a professional staff of over 100 employees, St. Andrew's Health
Center values our patients and employees and is committed to providing
the best quality healthcare available to all who come to us for services.
Located in the Turtle Mountains, Bottineau is the "Four Seasons Playground". Fishing; hunting both water fowl and upland game; snowmobiling; ice fishing; down hill, cross country, and water skiing; trails for hiking, biking, and horse back riding; boating; and canoeing are just some of the outdoor activities to enjoy in the hills or at Lake Metigoshe. Bottineau also offers a volunteer ambulance and fire department, several cafes, a movie theater, outdoor swimming pool, shooting range, baseball diamonds, city park, and two 9-hole golf courses. We have numerous churches, a K-12 public school, a two year junior college, and many organizations such as Jaycees, Rodeo Club, 4-H, summer baseball, American Legion, Auxiliary, and Wildlife Club. Bottineau is close to the International Peace Gardens, has an active racing circuit at the Thunder Mountain Speedway and offers opportunities to see theater productions and to visit the Bottineau County Historical Museum.
What's happening ...
Save the Date Womens Wellness 2016
The Foundation presents: The Deuces Wild Dueling Pianos
Patient Portal: https://standrewshealth.intelichart.com
SAHC Christmas slideshow
Community Health Needs Assessment 2015
Community Health Needs Assessment 2014
Community Benefits Report 2014-2015
Community Benefits 2015
EBOLA Press Release Oct 23 2014
Bottineau Community Health Needs Assessment 2016
Bottineau Community Needs Assessment and Action Plan
Bottineau Community Needs Assessment Action Plan Updated Dec. 2013
St. Andrew's Health Center Implements Digital Mammography
St. Andrew's Health Center Implements Avera eEmergency Services
St. Andrew's Receives Designation
2016 Community Health Needs Survey