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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 and creating exceptional patient experiences. Meet the people helping shape health 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.

WATCH: Minnesota boy one of first to receive new diabetes treatment

Joseph is at stage 2 of type 1 diabetes, meaning he does not yet need insulin, but his blood sugar levels are abnormal. He is just the second patient in the entire country to be treated with a brand new drug called teplizumab (Tzield), which became FDA-approved at the end of 2022.

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WATCH: Minnesota man lucky to be alive after hunting accident

On the day after Thanksgiving, Amundson, age 26, was in a serious hunting accident just outside of Jamestown, North Dakota.

“As soon as it happened, my legs went numb and all of a sudden I was like, ‘Wow, this really hurts,’” he said.

While hunting coyotes with a friend, he was shot through the right flank, with the bullet exiting his left side. He started to bleed internally, and the fight for his life began.

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WATCH: Virtual care brings specialists to rural, underserved areas

James Wallace, M.D., is a pediatric pulmonologist at Sanford Health, treating children with lung issues such as asthma and cystic fibrosis. Dr. Wallace is based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, but today he’s seeing a patient more than 500 miles — and 7.5 hours — away in Dickinson, North Dakota.

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Close-to-home physical therapy helps Minnesota family

Neither Riley Nath’s parents, nor his health care providers, are sure what happened when he was in his mother’s womb. When the now 7-year-old was born, he couldn’t swallow. He had no startle reflex, which is a reflex that helps babies eventually walk, and he was born with only four toes on both of his feet.

After over two months, Matt and his wife were finally able to bring Riley home to Luverne, Minnesota. Once home, they started searching for physical therapists to work with Riley.

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Telemedicine, virtual care save rural patients time

Because of an ongoing investment in rural health care by Sanford Health, patients don’t need to travel hundreds of miles for world-class care.

James “Jim” Wallace, M.D., is a pediatric pulmonologist at Sanford Health in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He said the emphasis Sanford Health has placed on telemedicine and virtual visits has changed the game for rural patients.

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LISTEN: Virtual care options help reach more rural patients

In this podcast episode, Brad Schipper shares vision for new virtual care initiative with host, Dr. Luis Garcia.

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WATCH: Breast cancer survivor shares her story and why she chose Edith Sanford

Lisa Bunkers is a breast cancer survivor. But more importantly, she is a mom, wife, teacher and friend.

Watch her story below and hear the moment she knew she was in the right place when she found care at Edith Sanford Breast Center.

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