This Day In History, March 1, 1966 – Trinity Hospital closes it’s doors.   . . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History & Jamestown Regional Medical Center website. 

Trinity locked its doors and the remaining equipment and patients were moved to Jamestown Hospital. The new arrangement gave the community a facility with 127 beds. Nine months later, Jamestown Hospital agreed to serve as a teaching hospital for students at North Dakota State School of Science.  A 12-month practical nursing program began here on December 26, 1966.