About the Sanford Fargo Medical Center
Committed to your health today and tomorrow
Sanford Fargo Medical Center is a world-class facility equipped with the latest technology and staffed by leading medical professionals in the country. The center will bring unprecedented medical care to North Dakotans and our neighbors in South Dakota and Minnesota. The $494 million project is one of the largest private industry construction projects in the history of the Dakotas and the top 10 health care projects in the U.S.
Sanford is committed to building tomorrow's health care today. The medical center allows us the opportunity to build on the century-long commitment to our region. Because of new facilities such as the Sanford Fargo Medical Center, we will be prepared to navigate the road to discovery today, tomorrow and for decades to come.
The new 384 bed, 11 story, 1 million square foot Fargo Medical Center and Central Energy Plant will be located on the south side of I-94 at the intersection between Veteran's Boulevard and 51st Street in Fargo, ND. Some of the services that will initially be housed in the new building are Children's/Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), Trauma/Operating Rooms, Orthopedics/Neurosurgery, Heart Surgery/Interventional Cardiology and Emergency Services.
Sanford Fargo Medical Center Services
- 36 general pediatric beds
- 14 PICU beds
- 18 ORs
- 4 angio suites
- 64 beds
- Emergency Services
- 51 treatmentrooms
It takes a significant collaboration to create a facility like Sanford Fargo Medical Center. We appreciate the hard work and dedication provided by:
- HKS, Inc. – Architect/Designer
- JLG Architects – Associate Architect
- Mortenson Construction / Nor-Son, Inc. – Construction Manager
- Lightowler Johnson Associates, Inc. – Civil Engineer
- Northern Technologies, Inc. – Soil Engineer
- Complete list of architect and construction partners
The above along with other valued and skilled local business partners, are creating an incredible landmark for 100 years to come. In addition to the architects and building experts, Sanford Health physicians, nurses, administration, support staff and community members are contributing their time to the design process.
Groups are thoroughly inspecting patient room layouts with the goal of rooms being standardized. This provides consistency in patient care as well as flexibility for the future. Mock patient rooms are also available to help the design groups ensure the patient rooms are being optimized.
Design groups are working to gather details for the needs of the interior rooms including equipment, supplies, casework, outlets, doors, switches and technology.