Sanford Health provides hospital care, primary and specialty care, occupational health, kidney dialysis and other comprehensive services to the residents of western North Dakota. Sanford is headquartered in Bismarck and has clinics in Dickinson, Jamestone, Mandan and Minot, explains the company.
The Sanford system includes walk-in and specialty clinics and long-term care facilities, as the company explains. The health system also conducts clinical research and has been recognized for its cardiac and cancer care specialties.
Sanford also operates a college of nursing in association with North Dakota State University. The nursing school traces its origins to 1909 and graduated its first class in 1912, according to the Sanford Health website.
The Sanford Health Foundation is the system's fundraising arm. It seeks support through events, memberships, direct mail appeals, major gift and capital campaigns, and planned gifts, according to the foundation's website.
Sanford Health in Bismarck is part of a larger health care system with 43 hospitals and 250 clinics in nine states and three countries, explains its website. It is known for its global children's clinics and a specialty in genomic medicine, and it owns centers that conduct research on cures for type 1 diabetes, breast cancer and other diseases.