News Release: MCKENZIE COUNTY HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS AND GREAT PLAINS WOMEN’S HEALTH CENTER TO EXPAND SERVICES
Watford City—McKenzie County Healthcare Systems, Inc. (MCHS) continues to provide additional healthcare opportunities for the community. As a response to requests from women we serve, MCHS and Great Plains Women’s Health Center have come together to expand access to women’s healthcare services in the region. On October 26, 2018, Great Plains Women’s Health Center began seeing patients as part of an outreach clinic that will occur two times per month in Watford City. Patients can make an appointment directly with the clinic by calling 701-774-7687. Great Plains Women’s Health Center will be located in the lower level of our new facility. Patients will be able to check in for their appointments by entering the McKenzie County Rural Health Clinic. Great Plains Women’s Health Center will have an office in this area to register patients.
Many women from McKenzie County already seek care from Great Plains Women’s Health Center and the expansion into McKenzie County will make seeking that care more convenient. “The providers at Great Plains Women’s Health Center are amazing. They listen and explain everything in detail. I would recommend Great Plains Women’s Health Center to women of all ages,” said Janey Salter.
Both MCHS and Great Plains Women’s Health Center desire to provide convenient, safe and patient-focused obstetric and gynecological services. “The staff at Great Plains Women’s Health Center showed they really cared about my welfare. Any questions I had were answered, and any concerns I expressed were discussed to my satisfaction. I’d recommend any woman looking for quality healthcare tailored to a women’s needs to consider Great Plains Women’s Health Center,” stated Jennifer Zinsmaster of her experience with Great Plains Women’s Health Center.
“We are pleased to be partnering with a group of providers that are well-known in McKenzie County and who have quality, compassionate care as the driver of everything they do. We have enjoyed a great relationship with this practice and look forward to their expanding services into McKenzie County,” stated Dan Kelly, CEO of MCHS.
This expansion of services is driven by patient feedback and part of both MCHS and Great Plains Women’s Health’s commitment to deliver safe, quality women’s health services in one convenient location.