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Mid Dakota Clinic is a founding member of the PrimeCare health group, along with St. Alexius Medical Center, the Heart & Lung Clinic, and the Bone & Joint Center. The roots of Mid Dakota Clinic date back to the early 1900's. Today, Mid Dakota is a clinic of over 60 doctors representing many fields of medicine, with multiple locations in the capital city. We are the doctors you know and trust.



The Doctors you know and trust.
3D Mammography Is Here

Posted on 11/19/2014

As a part of The Breast Center’s ongoing commitment to patients, we are pleased to offer the latest breakthrough technology that revolutionizes how breast cancer is detected today – Breast tomosynthesis, more commonly referred to as “3D Mammography”. The Breast Center at Mid Dakota Clinic has been designated a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology (ACR) for achieving high practice standards which includes radiologists Dr. Jessica Ruhland; fellowship-trained in breast imaging, and Dr. Andrew Wilder, along with ACR certified technologists. This level of expertise offers patients peace of mind and ensures ... (MORE)


Thanksgiving Holiday Hours

Posted on 11/18/2014

THANKSGIVING THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27 All clinics closed FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28 TODAY Clinic at 9th & Rosser open 9am-1pm All other clinics ... (MORE)


Ebola Virus Information

Posted on 11/7/2014

PROTECT YOURSELF PROTECT YOUR FAMILY PROTECT YOUR COMMUNITY Due to the recent detection of Ebola virus in the United States, Mid Dakota Clinic has implemented Center for Disease Control (CDC) protocol as a preventative measure to maintain the health and safety of our valued patients and employees. Mid Dakota Clinic is providing employees with necessary information and training to ensure preparedness and is taking the following precautions: All patients who call to request an appointment will be asked two questions. We believe this initial screening is a critical first step in the preparation ... (MORE)