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Services

At Sanford Children’s in Fargo, we provide comprehensive services to ensure your child receives the care he or she needs. From general pediatrics to advanced care options, we can care for all kids from newborns to young adults.

We are a national leader in advancing children’s health care and the only level II pediatric trauma unit in the state of North Dakota. With the most advanced medical technology in the region, including the most comprehensive pediatric and neonatal intensive care units, our board-certified physicians, subspecialists, advanced practice nurses and child life specialists provide treatment and services that get kids and families back to what matters most - lifeTo complement our specialties, we provide pediatric services that further diversify our ability to care for a multitude of conditions. 

Pediatric Services:

  • Bleeding disorders 
  • Child life specialists 
  • Cleft lip and palate 
  • Cranial-facial, oral and maxillofacial surgery 
  • Diabetes
  • Diagnostic referral 
  • Hospitalists 
  • Medical home 
  • Nutrition 
  • Occupational therapy 
  • Palliative medicine 
  • Physical therapy 
  • Oncology/hematology
  • Respiratory therapy 
  • Safe kids
  • Sedation services
  • Speech/language pathology
  • Trauma
  • Walk-in clinic
  • Children’s multidisciplinary clinic
    • Cerebral palsy
    • Cystic fibrosis
    • Diabetes
    • Down syndrome
  • Myelodysplasia
  • Metabolic
  • Muscular dystrophy
  • Neonatal growth and development
  • Pediatric developmental evaluations
  • Pediatric neuro-rehabilitation (brain injury)
  • Spina bifida


Level II Pediatric Trauma

We are the only level II pediatric trauma center in North Dakota, allowing us to care for children who have received severe or life-threatening injuries.

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Child Life Specialists

These specialists’ help kids deal with feelings and fears related to their visit through distraction therapy, medical play and other coping mechanisms.