Children, no matter the age, need time to play, discover and explore. When their health and wellness doesn't allow for it, they'll find the support they need at Sanford Children's - where our team of experts and specialists fight disease, dream big, discover cures and believe in the power of play. At Sanford Children's, we deliver foundational care that's tailored to children and stays focused on the family. Our hospitals and clinics, in your hometowns and across the globe, help transform a child's world. We have more than 90 pediatric physicians and over 70 specialties and services. And our commitment to local programs and services help inform, educate and connect kids, families, advocates, researchers and health care professionals. Sanford Children's reaches beyond limitations to ensure that children have the care, comfort and fun they need and deserve
WebMD and Sanford Health recently joined together to embark on fit, a new national initiative aimed at promoting health and wellness and preventing childhood obesity among kids ages 2-18.
Fit is backed by the clinical insight of Sanford Health and WebMD’s trusted health information and comes to life through websites developed for kids, parents and clinicians.
Sanford Children’s Pediatric Cardiology specializes in diagnosing and treating children with problems of the heart, lungs and blood vessels. Our highly trained and experienced teams include pediatric cardiologists, pediatric cardiovascular surgeons, pediatric anesthesiologists and a wide variety of specially trained pediatric staff.Learn More
Health Information - Children's
Children grow and change so quickly. Whether you're needing information for your newborn or teenager, this library provides a wealth of topics and information at all stages of a child’s development.View More
Sanford Children’s Research
Sanford Children’s Health Research Center focuses on developing leading national translational research for pediatrics. Current topics of study include Batten disease, pediatric brain cancers, nervous system development, perinatal lung injury and repair, and Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia.Learn More About Children Research