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Your Heart, Our Hands

Behind the healing at Sanford Heart are more than 750 skilled professionals dedicated to save lives every day. Hear the voices of the people who carry out our mission to care for your heart.

Sanford Heart Hospital ‘a game changer’

For patients, leaders, skilled professionals and the community, the February 21st through 25th celebration in honor of the opening of Sanford Heart Hospital was a real game changer.

Connecting Mind, Body and Medicine

Art and music are an integral part of Sanford Heart Hospital’s holistic approach to healing. Learn how Sanford created a healing environment that fuses science with beauty, comfort and care.

Celebrate Brighter

Sanford Heart Hospital Tour. See. Experience. Explore. Saturday, February 25, 1-4 p.m. Experience the ways we’re brightening the future of heart care in Sioux Falls and across the region.

A Classic Survivor

Myron Rau was in the best shape of his life, running and lifting weights every day. He had no reason to think that his heart wasn’t healthy. Find out how a heart screening identified the disease hidden by his otherwise robust health.

An Uncommon Bond

Twenty years after their mom lost her life to pulmonary arterial hypertension, sisters Lana Eichhorn and Carmen Froseth face the same difficult disease. See how today’s path brings a brighter outlook.

Sanford Heart Hospital: Building Brighter Futures

When the doors open March 2012 at Sanford Heart Hospital, cardiac patients will experience a new kind of heart care. Find out how Sanford Heart Hospital will combine 205,000 square feet of innovation, the latest healing technology, with dedicated skilled professionals to heal hearts and brighten futures.

The Magic of Three

Is there a doctor in the house? The Stys family has three! “For us it’s a way of life,” says Dr. Maria Stys. “We’re always challenging each other.” See what their passion for excellence means for Sanford -- and you. Watch Video

A Life-Saving Sign

Roger Brooks was healthy and active, but he had a family history of heart disease. A simple screening test showed that he was in serious danger of a heart attack without immediate treatment.

Life Links

Phil Harmeson kept thinking the strange symptoms would resolve if he just sat down and rested. But that couldn’t fix an impending heart attack that nearly took his life.