Trinity Health release
MINOT—Patients, visitors and employees at Trinity Health’s new Healthcare Campus and Medical District will soon have the option of managing their financial health as they simultaneously tend to their physical well-being.
Town & Country Credit Union and Trinity Health have announced a partnership that will result in the Credit Union opening a new branch location at the HCMD. The full-service branch will be located in the atrium of Trinity Health’s main hospital lobby, with a tentative opening date set for late Spring 2024 subject to regulatory approval.
“We are pleased to partner with Trinity Health and expand access to financial services for their employees and visitors with this new, on-site location,” said Ron Merritt, VP of Business Development of Town & Country Credit Union. “We recognize the important role Trinity Health providers and staff play in the well-being of our community and look forward to being able to support them in this way.”
The new location, the company’s twelfth in North Dakota and fourth in Minot, will be a full-service operation, providing free checking and savings accounts, certificates of deposit, money market instruments, youth savings accounts, ATM services, home and auto loans, and commercial and agricultural loan products for consumers and businesses.
The proposed design will have an open and welcoming atmosphere, including a large interactive worktop/counter, multiple pods for members to make a quick transaction, and glass walls that create a private lounge and meeting space that can be used to conduct business in person or via video conferencing.
Trinity Health President and CEO John M. Kutch says the inauguration of the new branch will mark a significant milestone in the development of community partnerships.
“Trinity Health has made great strides thanks to our collaborative spirit and enduring commitment to deliver services and programs that are responsive to the needs of the people we serve,” Kutch said. “By partnering with Town & Country Credit Union, we can directly contribute to the development of healthy communities and enhanced health and financial outcomes.”