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Bismarck

Sanford Downtown Walk-in Clinic
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Sanford North Walk-in Clinic
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Sanford Children's Walk-in Clinic
Serving children
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Minot


Sanford Health Walk-in Clinic
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Doctor reaches out to kids

Dr. Jill Klemin is taking time this spring to visit local schools.
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Miss ND makes holiday visits to Children's Hospital

Even with her preparations for the upcoming Miss America pageant reaching high gear, Walker took time to pay a holiday visit to children Thursday, Dec. 22, at Sanford Children’s Hospital.
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Sports physicals
Student athlete exams now required annually

The North Dakota High School Activities Association now requires student athletes to complete a sports physical exam annually. The exams can be scheduled anytime between June 15 and before an athlete starts practice.
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Babies get special visitor

On Tuesday, Dec. 20, Jolly Old St. Nicholas took time out of his busy holiday schedule to visit babies and their siblings while posing for pictures at Sanford Health’s Well Baby Clinic outside the Birth Center.
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Medina girl is "truly a miracle child"

Katie Schmidt survived a 90-minute seizure thanks to great teamwork from her doctors. Today, the healthy 4-year-old is full of energy.
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