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Life After Breast Cancer: Survivors Gather for a Sanford Health Retreat

this is the fifth year the hospital hosted the retreat

FARGO, ND — Two years ago, Andrea Malm was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer. “You’re going to grieve. It’s sad. It’s hard. When I was diagnosed, my mom was with me. That was hard to see her break,” she said. She can now say she’s a survivor. Malm is in remission and is adapting to life after cancer. Sanford…

Oh Baby! West Fargo Police Officers “Dive In” and Help Deliver Bundle of Joy

Stephani Krueger, who lives in Valley City, wasn't expecting her baby for another two weeks.

WEST FARGO, ND — Two West Fargo Police Officers were faced with a unique task while on the job last night. What started as a 911 call turned into the officers delivering a baby from inside of a family’s home. “I was kind of crossing my fingers and said ‘hey we’ll wait for the ambulance to get here because they’re…

Sanford Health, Fantasies in Frosting Team Up for “Cupcakes for the Cure”

Sanford Health Has a Month Full of Events to Help Fundraise Money for Childhood Cancer During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

FARGO, ND — September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and Sanford Health is joining in the fight by offering sweet treats. The hospital teamed up with Fantasies in Frosting and is hosting “Cupcakes for a Cure” at the Roger Maris Cancer Center and Sanford Children’s Hospital. It also kicks off their “Brave Kids, Bold Cures” campaign this month to show…

LIVE: Miracle Treat Day

KVRR's Jackie Kelly Learns How to Make a Blizzard at Dairy Queen For Miracle Treat Day

KVRR’s Jackie Kelly learns how to make a blizzard from Fargo’s Dairy Queen Manager, Mackenzie Brimm. For every blizzard sold on July 27th, a dollar or more will be donated to the Children’s Miracle Network. Categories: Morning – Features, Morning – In The Community Tags: children’s miracle network, dairy queen, Miracle Treat Day, sanford health

New Sanford Health Hospital Hoping to Heal Through Art

Many of the pieces incorporate nature, joyful events or settings that resemble home

FARGO, ND — The newest Fargo Sanford Hospital is offering patients a new and creative method of healing. Local artists were chosen to display their work throughout the hospital to enhance the environment for patients, employees and visitors. Those artists along with donors and leaders of the project are touring the hospital and being honored for their work. Many of…

New Sanford Clinic Expansion Project Begins in West Fargo

Sanford Fargo Vice President Paul Richard thinks the location is the perfect site for the expansion

WEST FARGO, ND — Sanford Health is celebrating the groundbreaking on their new West Fargo clinic. The groundbreaking kicked off the beginning of construction, which will complete a larger clinic and offer additional services for patients. The additions include a children’s center and an increase in the number of doctors working in Family Medicine and Women’s OBGYN services. Sanford Health…

A Walk in Their Boots: Fargo Fire, Sanford POWER Team Take on Stair Challenge

To Understand What it Takes To Be A Firefighter, Sandford POWER Employees Suit Up

FARGO, ND — The Fargo Fire Department is challenging Sanford POWER to take a walk in their boots. Helmets on, suits zipped, and equipment ready. That’s what employees of Sanford POWER did to prepare to walk up 10 flights of steps in the new Sanford Medical Center. It’s all so they can understand just what it takes to work as the firefighters…

Community Participates in Active Shooter Drill at New Sanford Medical Center

Local Hospitals, Law Enforcement Agencies, and Emergency Responders Worked Together to Prepare For an Active Shooter Scenario

FARGO, ND — You can never be too prepared for dangerous situations. Sanford Health and Essentia Health partnered with F–M police, fire, ambulance and dispatch to prepare for an active shooter situation. “It’s a complex scenario,” said Ken Krupich it’s got a lot of emotion tied to it, it can be quite devastating obviously so it tests a lot of…

Because of You, I Lived: Organ Donors, Recipients Honored in the Valley

Sanford Health put up a Wall of Donor Heroes at their downtown Fargo location

FARGO, N.D. — Organ donors and recipients throughout the Valley are being honored. Sanford Health put up a Wall of Donor Heroes at their downtown Fargo location. “I’m just happy to start looking forward to life again,” said Jeff Ficek, who was the recipient of an organ donation. Ficek was diagnosed with an arthritic condition at the age of 17….

Organ Donors Honored on Sanford Health’s Wall of Donor Heroes in Fargo

Sanford's Wall of Donor Heroes honors these heroes, recipients and families who made it through potential tragedies

FARGO, N.D. — Organ donors of the Red River Valley are being honored for helping others survive. Sanford Health put up a Wall of Donor Heroes at the downtown Fargo location. You’re looking at the faces of locals who helped others survive by donating organs. Sanford’s Wall of Donor Heroes honors these heroes, recipients and families who made it through…