|About||Pelican Health is a comprehensive pelvic health and continence center, providing a variety of services in order to offer pelvic and bladder care.|
Happily accepting Medicare, Medicaid, and most major insurance plans.
We use the pelican to symbolize our vision and hope: to forge nurturing relationships with patients through a dignified and shared journey.
An old fable tells the story of a mother pelican providing selflessly to her young in time of need. This nurturing pelican reminds us to be wise and gracious in the way of caring for ourselves and others.
Over the years, our patients have entrusted us with their personal stories revealing many acts of selfless giving. In honor of our beautifully nurturing patients, we are Pelican Health.
To provide patients with comprehensive pelvic and bladder care through education, research, advocacy and management, all the while poised with exceptional customer service.
Pelican Health is a comprehensive pelvic health and continence center in Bismarck, ND. We bring together a unique and dedicated team with over 25 years of combined experience to deliver advanced and non-surgical treatments for a variety of pelvic health and bladder disorders. Our collaborative network of nurse practitioners is in a private practice for a reason–to be recognized and respected as the region’s choice for quality and accessible healthcare. We look forward to delivering the highest quality care to our patients of today and tomorrow.
WHO ARE WE?
~ Melanie Schlittenhardt, NP, DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICE
Melanie Schlittenhardt is a board certified Nurse Practitioner and Doctor of Nursing Practice. She has 15 years of clinical practice with the pelvic floor. Melanie’s areas of expertise include the diagnosis and treatment of urinary and fecal incontinence, including urodynamic testing, biofeedback, electrical stimulation, InterStim therapy and pessary placement. She also manages specialty disorders including interstitial cystitis, sexual dysfunction, recurrent urinary tract infections, and vulvodynia.
Melanie is an active member of the Society of Urologic Nursing, Am