The Linton Hospital and Clinics will achieve its mission through a philosophy which values and supports:
The Linton Hospital and Clinics partners with the North Dakota Heath Information Network (NDHIN) to provide a portal for our patients to be able to follow their care more closely. Within the portal you are able to see your healthcare information. This includes summaries of your clinic and hospital visits, lab results, medication lists, and more. If you would like to sign up for the portal or would like more information please talk to any of our staff members. You can also sign up for the portal by sending your name and email address to email@example.com. For more information click the button below.
We will focus on primary healthcare services and the development of our skills to provide the best possible service and to improve the healthcare of the people that we serve.
We will continue to adapt to the ever changing needs of the people we serve, recognizing that public information and education will be an integral part of our services.
Linton Hospital opened in 1953
The Linton Hospital opened October 26, 1953, as a 20-bed hospital managed by the seven Sisters of St. Francis of Tiffin, Ohio.
The Linton Medical Center was built in 1967, and the hospital was remodeled in 1975-76. The facility became a federally recognized Critical Access Hospital in 2004. Today the Linton Hospital is a 14 bed facility, with 24 hour emergency services, and three affiliated clinics: Linton Medical Center, Hazelton Clinic, and Campbell County Clinic in Herreid.
Our mission is to enhance the health, well-being, and quality of life of the people we serve.