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Doc Talk

Sanford Health is dedicated to providing the communities it serves with relevant and up-to-date health information. Doc Talk is a free education series where Sanford physicians present and answer your questions on a wide variety of topics.

Click the links below to register or learn more about our upcoming events.

Bismarck Doc Talk

Colon Health - the ifs, ands and butts about it

March 8, 2018 - 7 p.m.
UND Center for Family Medicine
Ritterbush Auditorium, fourth floor
701 E. Rosser Ave., Bismarck

Dragos Balf, MD

We get it. Talking about your colon health is not fun. but colorectal cancer is very treatable - and very preventable - when it's caught early. Join Dr. Khalin Dendy, Lisa Murdoff, FNP-C and Alexis Rossland, FNP-C for a Doc Talk discussing your colon health. Learn the factors that increase your risk of developing colon cancer and the screening options available for early detection.

Register using the form below or call (844) 362-6330 to learn more.

Bismarck Doc Talk Registration


Dickinson Doc Talk

Colon Health - early detection is key

March 13, 2018 - 6 p.m. 
Sanford Health West Dickinson Clinic
Community Room (near the Walk-in Clinic entrance)
2615 Fairway St., Dickinson

Stephen Boateng, DO

We get it. Talking about your colon health is not fun. but colorectal cancer is very treatable - and very preventable - when it's caught early. Join Dr. Ryan Zimmerman for a Doc Talk discussing your colon health. Learn the factors that increase your risk of developing colon cancer and the screening options available for early detection.

Registration is required.

Register using the form below or call (844) 362-6330 to learn more.

Dickinson Doc Talk Registration

Beulah Doc Talk

TAVR Heart Valve Replacement

Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018 |11:30 a.m.: Free blood pressure testing, Noon: Presentation begins
Cobblestone Hotel & Suites
Meeting Room
1207 Hwy. 49 N., Beulah

Andrew Carter

The Sanford Heart team in Bismarck now offers Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR), a revolutionary, minimally invasive procedure for severe aortic stenosis, a failure of the heart’s most crucial valve. Join Andrew Carter a board-certified interventional cardiologist, as he explains how this treatment is replacing the need for open heart surgery.  

Registration is required. 

Register using the form below or call (844) 362-6330 to learn more.

Hosted in partnership with Coal Country Community Health Center.

A light lunch will be served.

Beulah Doc Talk Registration