Sanford Chamberlain Medical Center
Sanford Chamberlain and all of our facilities are proud to be members of the Sanford Health Network.
We are dedicated to providing the best health care services to the people in the Tri-County area of Brule, Buffalo, and Lyman Counties through a holistic, integrated care continuum. Since our partnership with Sanford Health, we have expanded our outreach services, training programs and education resources to provide the people of the Tri-County area with comprehensive, high quality, accessible health care services.
- Advance Care Planning
- Behavior Health
- Family Medicine
- General Surgery
- Health Coach Services
- Heart and Vascular
- Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
- Same Day Walk In
- Women's Health
Sanford Chamberlain Medical Center Doctors
Bronze Safe Certified by Cribs for Kids
Every year in the United States, thousands of babies die suddenly and unexpectedly. These deaths are called SUID, which stands for “Sudden Unexpected Infant Death.” At Sanford Chamberlain Medical Center, we’ve worked hard to ensure your infant will sleep safely during his or her stay.
Cribs for Kids gives hospital certification to programs that have successfully reduced hazardous risks to infants while they sleep. These hospitals are committed to exercising best practices and to education about infant sleep safety.
Keep your baby safe when you bring him or her home. Create a safe sleeping environment for your infant by taking these steps:
- Always use a firm sleep surface that is covered by a fitted sheet. This could be a crib, bassinet, portable crib or play yard that conforms to the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s safety standards.
- Place babies on their backs to sleep, both at night and for naps.
- Keep soft objects like pillows, blankets and toys out of the sleeping area.
- Your baby should sleep without anyone (either a parent or anyone else) in his or her sleeping area.
- Do not let your baby sleep in an adult bed, on a couch or on a chair.
- Keep your baby’s sleep area in the same room where you sleep for his or her first 6 to 12 months.