|Our Mission reflects our inner-most beliefs, that we are to heal as Jesus did by attending to the needs of those we serve, with a particular emphasis on the poor and elderly.
St. Andrew's Health
Center, in union with the Sisters of Mary of the Presentation,
works for the glory of God by bringing the Word and Healing of
Jesus Christ to all, with a special concern
for the poor and elderly. Through the shared ministry with the
laity, St. Andrew's Health Center participates in the health care
mission in the work of healing which is the work of God. Our individual
inspiration is Jesus and His Gospel message. Permeated with the
Charism of the Sisters of Mary of the Presentation, we minister
to one another and to all who come to us for care.
We show care and compassion through:
Commitment – We strive to provide excellent service to the people of our community by caring for each person’s spiritual, physical, and emotional needs.
Respect – Our goal is to protect the privacy and dignity of our patients and one another. We respect those we serve and each other by showing consideration for each person’s values and spirituality.
Trust – We aim to develop trust with our patients by building their confidence in our ability to deliver quality healthcare in an honest and reliable manner.
Teamwork – Working together we create a team atmosphere by which we support one another, remembering we are all equal and all work to fulfill our mission.
St. Andrew's Health Center is located in Bottineau, North Dakota, a town of about 2,500 people. 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.