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At Sanford Health we believe good health care is of utmost importance in the life of a child. Our doctors enjoy getting to know the family, and we feel it is important that our patients feel as comfortable in our home as they would in theirs.
Our pediatric team consists of a pediatrician, nurse and patient service coordinator. The goal of the delivery team is to provide the highest quality of care for our patients.
Sanford Health is committed to providing health care that is professional and personal. This kind of care focuses on the relationship between the doctor and the patient. A one to one relationship that is central to our philosophy of health care delivery.
Appointments can be scheduled with each patient care delivery team by calling:
Reach Out and Read
Sanford Children's now offers the Reach Out and Read program in the pediatric clinic in the Q&R Tower.
Reach Out and Read is an evidence-based nonprofit organization that promotes early literacy and school readiness in pediatric exam rooms nationwide. Sanford doctors, nurse practitioners and other medical professionals will incorporate Reach Out and Read into well-child visits by advising parents about the importance of reading aloud and giving developmentally appropriate books to children. The program begins at the 6-month check-up and continues through age 5.
Craig and Shelly Larson of Bismarck gave $10,000 to the Sanford Health Foundation to make this program possible.
Sanford Children's is the first clinic in Bismarck to offer this program. For more information about Reach Out and Read, visit reachoutandread.org.
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American Academy of Pediatrics