(Sioux Falls, SD) – Helping clinicians who care for children continue their education was the focus of the 4th annual T. Denny Sanford Pediatric Symposium held in Rochester, Minnesota at the end of April.
A curriculum was designed to meet the needs of regional clinicians in primary care who care for infants, children and adolescents by addressing recent breakthroughs in topics both common to the pediatric age group as well as concerning the parent and primary care clinician.
The symposium is a program done in collaboration with Sanford Health and the Mayo Clinic. Next year's event will be held in Sioux Falls, SD.
Six Sanford physicians presented at the April 23rd event. Topics ranged from youth athletics and pediatric resuscitation, to chronic diarrhea and childhood depression.
The symposium is supported by the T. Denny Sanford Collaboration Endowment.
About Sanford Children's Hospital
A part of the Sanford Health & MeritCare system, Sanford Children's Hospital provides the highest level of pediatric care in its region. Located in Sioux Falls, SD, the 146-bed Sanford Children's Hospital includes 76 general pediatric beds, as well as 58 neonatal intensive care beds and 12 pediatric intensive care beds, all in private family suites. With more than 200 pediatric and family medicine physicians and more than 350 pediatric-trained staff, Sanford Children's provides inpatient, outpatient and clinic services for pediatric patients and their families in a family-centered environment designed to meet the unique healing needs of children. A leader in children's healthcare for nearly a century, Sanford Children's will continue to revolutionize healthcare with this facility, as it will serve as a home base for several new pediatric clinics to be built around the world in the next ten years. For more information, visit www.sanfordchildrens.org.