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We are excited and proud to participate in Giving Hearts Day. Your donations have great impact to enrich the lives of St. Catherine residents. Proceeds from your donation will go towards resident room upgrades. You may certainly mark your calendar for February 8 and make your gift on the 24-hour online giving day.
But…you don’t have to wait. You can give your Giving Hearts Day gift anytime prior to the day itself. Simply click the donate button below that takes you directly to SMP Health – St. Catherine GHD page and make your generous gift today.
SMP Health – St. Catherine South is a Nursing Home
in North Dakota that has been

Serving the Fargo-Moorhead Community For More Than 45 Years.

The Christ centered community at St. Catherine South is sponsored by Sisters of Mary of the Presentation, a Catholic health care system driven by those who believe they can make a difference and value nursing the sick while providing spiritual care to all who desire to know God.

SMP Health - St. Catherine South’s outstanding health care professionals provide quality, skilled nursing and physical care together with services of compassionate care to meet social, psychological, and spiritual needs. Close relationships develop between our staff and residents, and they quickly form the bonds of extended family.

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Long Term Care
Our compassionate healthcare focuses on four key areas of care: Skilled Nursing, Nutrition, Care Coordination, and Spiritual Care.
Rehab & TCU
We provide Physical, Occupational, and Speech therapy in our state of the art fitness Wellness Center to prepare an individual for a successful return home or to another care setting.
Memory & Dementia Care
Our residents and their families are key decision makers, with our staff ready to assist them along the way.
Hospice & Palliative Care
Palliative care focuses on keeping an individual comfortable and pain-free when the disease processes they are experiencing are not curable, and/or active treatment has been discontinued.