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Microsoft donates thousands of mask mates to Sanford Health

A Microsoft worker married to a Sanford nurse gets a 3D printing inspiration
Simon Floss 4 min read
A man stands next to bottles that are in line to by filled with hand sanitizer and labeled

Ethanol producer starts making sanitizer for health care

Sanford Health glad for supply from Poet, which gets nearby help with bottling
Courtney Collen 7 min read

Family thanks football coaches, Sanford EMTs for saving life

Triston Sauerbrei's rescue and recovery inspire a community
Mick Garry 18 min read
Rural Health Day: Dianne Karlstad and Troy Grassel laugh during physical therapy

Health care in your hometown? It’s about family, community

Rural Health Day recognizes care providers and patients
Michelle Erpenbach 7 min read
Wrightsman, Stacy

Stacy Wrightsman: ‘We’re all in community relations’

Sanford’s involvement benefits places large and small, executive director says
Jared Leighton 10 min read
John Heitkamp near his dairy cows

Coronary calcium screening reveals hidden heart problems

"If a heart attack had occurred, it very likely could have been lethal."
Jeanette Rackl 7 min read
doctor looking into microscope

Network expands access to Minnesota cancer clinical trials

Nearly half of all Minnesotans receive a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime.
Jonathan Bleeker 4 min read
Nicole Block, certified nurse practitioner

Sanford Worthington welcomes new provider Nicole Block

Nicole Block, a certified nurse practitioner, has joined the Sanford Worthington Clinic team and is seeing patients at the family practice clinic located on Diagonal Road.  She is joining the care team of Kevin Ree, D.O. Block received her undergraduate degree from Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa.  She completed her graduate degree from South […]
SHN Staff 2 min read
Bruce Veissman holding a basketball

Bruce Viessman: ‘See the big picture’

It helps when you have a can-do attitude and a good team around you. Don’t let little things get you down.
Christen Rennich 8 min read
High school classmates Peggy Haken (in purple) and Marcia Johnson (in blue).

Classmates brought back together through breast cancer

“There we were, two in our class (of 21) with breast cancer."
Jane Heilmann 8 min read