Crestwood donates to Watford City medical facility

By Renée Jean

Crestwood Equity Partners is the latest oil and gas company to contribute to Watford City’s new medical center.

The company, which has an office in Watford City, is donating $150,000 to the new facility and will be naming the nursing station in the hospital side.

The $74 million medical facility has attracted a number of donations from oil and gas companies, many of them pledges made during the recent downturn.

Among the donations are $1 million from ONEOK to name an emergency room, $200,000 from Oasis Petroleum to name the administrative wing, $300,000 from Kinder Morgan to name a courtyard, $50,000 from XTO Energy for portable ventilators in the emergency room, $10,000 from QEP for the capital campaign, and $42,000 from Hess for colonoscopy equipment.

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