About Saint Sophie's Psychiatric Center

Fargo, North Dakota

Our Mission:

Leading. Inspiring. Together.

Our Vision:

The Psychiatric Center of Choice

Our Values:

Our CHOICE is Excellence

C are: Give the best patient care and provide exceptional service by treating every interaction as an opportunity to “wow” someone with care, empathy and kindness.

H ave Fun: Celebrate the success of Saint Sophie’s with enthusiasm, a sense of humor and positive energy.

O ne Team: Be humble, caring, respectful, and embrace the individualities and perspectives of your teammates.

I ntegrity: Set proper expectations, keep your promises, remain honest and build trust with patients, teammates and partners.

C ommitment: Display your dedication daily and be passionate about your role in helping to change lives.

E xcellence: Work every day with a relentless drive to improve and innovate; be prepared to change and adapt as Saint Sophie’s becomes the benchmark for other healthcare providers.

Corporate Coping Statement:

Just Roll With It!

About the Saint Sophie's Logo

The primary element of the icon is composed of mirrored S's that form the shape of a tree. The tree represents shelter, strength, stability, and growth. Just as the tree goes through seasonal changes, human lives go through stages and changes of circumstance. And as the tree relies on its roots to get through each season and greet the spring with fresh greenery, people need a support system to help them through trying times so that they can emerge renewed, stronger, and more grounded.

Another major element of the design is the leaves. The leaves represent change, hope, and promise. They add color and variety to the overall design and subtly connect the changing of seasons with the ever-changing stages of mental illness and recovery.

The circle represents protection and safe haven, and serves to tie the design together visually and provide stability and continuity.

  • Dark Green - compassion, empathy, health, and life
  • Dark Blue - stability and trust
  • Gold - hope, energy, sense of humor
  • Red - change, enthusiasm, power, and strength

The overall design is warm, inviting, and protective. It is hopeful, strong, and universally relatable. Both clients and the general public will recognize the inviting culture of the business and will remember its icon for years to come.

About the Saint Sophie's Logo

Our Trusted Team

Emmet Kenney
Emmet M. Kenney, Jr., M.D.

Dr. Kenney has practiced in North Dakota for over 20 years.


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Aminata Kamara
Aminata Kamara, DNP, FNP-C

Ami graduated from North Dakota State University with a Doctorate in Nursing Practice.


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Rachel Sauter
Rachel Sauter, PMHNP, RD

Rachel Sauter is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with board certification.


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Jordan Weidmann
Jordan Wiedmann, PA-C

Jordan has her master’s degree  from The University of North Dakota in Physician Assistant Studies.


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Lindsey Hiatt, PA-C
Lindsey Hiatt, PA-C

Lindsey Hiatt has a lifelong passion for healthcare, having worked in the medical field for over 15 years.


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Brittany Michels, PA
Brittany Michels, PA-C

Brittany has over five years of clinic experience in family practice and prior to that, over seven years of experience as a respiratory therapist.


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Payton Piatz, DNP, FNP-C

Payton brings a wide range of experience from her work on the Children’s Resource Team and Pediatric Department and with Women’s Health.


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About Thomas Ugelstad, PMHNP-S
Thomas Ugelstad, PMHNP-S

Tom is doing his clinical placement at Saint Sophie’s under the supervision of with Dr. Kenney.


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