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Here For All. Here
For All.
Here For Good.Here For

Here for all, here for good is a promise. It’s Sanford Health’s commitment to you, your family and your community. We’re dedicated to finding where there is the most need and going where we can do the most good.

But it all starts with you and the people who help us make a difference every day.

Who we are

Our team is serving the underserved, creating exceptional patient experiences and improving community health. Meet the people helping shape care in your community.

Who We Serve

Everyone deserves the same compassionate care, cutting-edge treatments and advanced technology when they need it most. We believe the quality of care you receive shouldn’t be determined by your zip code. That’s why we’re shaping the future of rural health care across the lifespan.

READ: How Sanford Health is growing the MN health care workforce

Two Sanford Health employees in Bemidji, Minnesota, are taking advantage of a partnership between Sanford and the state of Minnesota to advance their education and careers.

Jonah Jaskowiak and Taylor Sautbine are both part of the Minnesota Dual-Training Pipeline in conjunction with Sanford Health. As such, they receive grants of up to $6,000 a year to be used for tuition and required materials.

In addition, Sanford pays an additional 25% of the student’s tuition, books and fees.

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WATCH: Virtual clinic expands in-person health care in rural ND

Like many small towns, strong community bonds are what keep Lidgerwood, North Dakota, a town of about 600, thriving.

Starting in August, the clinic is expanding its hours. Thanks to virtual care technology, it can provide primary care services five days a week.

“It’s a great way to pool our resources and work a little bit more efficiently,” said Brittany Jaehning, director of clinic operations for Sanford Health in Wahpeton. “Meanwhile, offering health care services to a community that so desires it.”

Exterior of the Lidgerwood Clinic in Lidgerwood, ND

READ: Cancer survivors find healing power in integrative health

For thousands of years, ancient systems of healing have prevailed due to their holistic approach. Rather than just treating a disease or what is wrong, they treat the whole person.

The world’s oldest known system of medicine, Ayurveda, is a powerful therapeutic tool, helping overcome illness, relieve symptoms and improve overall wellness.

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It’s a special day for Kentaleen Akiuo at the Sanford Audiology clinic in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Smiling from ear to ear, the 7-year-old can once again hear.

After falling off her bike, Kentaleen went to the Sanford Worthington Medical Center near her home in Minnesota. While a CT scan was negative, she’d later show new symptoms including hearing loss. Turns out she had meningitis.

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