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Alla Zamulko, MD, PhD, FACP Publications

Publications 1. G.I Melnik, A. Zamulko. The catecholamines of the plasma of the blood in hypertension become complicate of acute forms of ischemic heart diseases // Problems of pathology in experience and clinic / Lvov Medical Institute 1983, Part 1. Pp. 137-138 2. N. Scorochod, A. Zamulko. The functional characteristics of leukocytes and leukocy...

2017 Black Hills Pediatrics Symposium

Presentations for the 39th Annual Sanford Black Hills Pediatric Symposium Future Applications of Clinical Neurosurgery Ratan Bhardwaj, MD, PhD Emporiatrics: The Art and Science of Travel Medicine Archana Chatterjee, M.D., Ph.D. What’s the Big Deal? It’s Only Alcohol & Pot Ken Cheyne, MD See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil...

Sanford Worthington welcomes new provider

Lisa Milbrandt, PA-C, Family Medicine Lisa Milbrandt, PA-C has joined the Sanford Worthington Clinic team and will begin seeing patients October XX at the family practice clinic located on Diagonal Road.  Milbrandt received her bachelors in nursing undergraduate degree from Briar Cliff University, Sioux City, Iowa.  She completed her ma...

Manager of nursing inpatient services joins Sanford Worthington Medical Center

Kaitlin Bullerman, RN, is the new manager of nursing inpatient services for Sanford Worthington Medical Center.  Bullerman earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Augustana University, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, in 2013.  She began her nursing career as a critical care nurse at Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls.  ...

Health survey aims to identify community needs

Nobles County along with Sanford Worthington Medical Center have formed a Community Health Collaborative to conduct a community health needs assessment survey. The survey aims to identify unmet health needs in the community, with results used to develop plans for addressing gaps in service. “We are committed to the wellbeing of our communit...

Health survey aims to identify community needs

ABERDEEN, S.D. – Sanford Aberdeen is conducting a community health needs assessment survey. The survey aims to identify unmet health needs in the community, with results used to develop plans for addressing gaps in service. “We are committed to the wellbeing of our community and ensuring we provide services to meet the needs of residen...

Smith Retiring After 42 Years At Hospital

Many people refer to their job as their home away from home. For 23 years of Jack Smith’s 42-year career it was. When Smith became the maintenance supervisor at Canton-Inwood Memorial Hospital in 1975 one of his benefits was housing for his family, including wife Sharon and children Richard, 7, and Janae, 5. The house just happened to be lo...

Haverhals named employee of the quarter

Behind every good physician is a great nurse. This phrase is often heard in the medical profession and one that Dr. Cathy Hennies agrees with. “Without the partnership of a great nurse, a physician is unable to succeed,” she said. For Hennies the nurse behind her success is Tammy Haverhals. Haverhals, according to Hennies, is a role mod...

MedSafe Medication Disposal System

A safe, secure, convenient way to dispose of unused medications Sanford Bemidji is fighting back against the dangers of unneeded, unused and expired medications by offering the MedSafe Medication Disposal System. The drop box is available in the Sanford Bemidji 1611 Anne St. Pharmacy. Sanford Health Foundation and the Friends of Sanford Health hel...

Sanford Canton-Inwood enhances security

CANTON, S.D. — Sanford Canton-Inwood is taking a proactive approach to security and implementing or upgrading several security policies. “As our world has changed, so have our security policies,” said Scott Larson, Sanford Canton-Inwood CEO. “These changes are not a reaction to any event that has happened at Sanford Canton-I...