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Third Profile by Sanford Store Opens In Sioux Falls
Because it is so new, there's plenty of questions about the Veteran's Choice Act.
With the new Edith Sanford Breast Center and facilities for Sanford Imagenetics on the way, more homes and buildings have to go.
Construction on the Lake Lorraine senior living community will begin in April. The 180,000 square-foot project will be complete by the summer of 2016. The 145 residences will be a mix of independent and assisted living and memory care.
A senior housing complex is being planned for the Lake Lorraine lifestyle center in Sioux Falls. Ryan Companies of Minneapolis received approval from Sioux Falls planning commission for a senior housing center on the southeast corner of the lake.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has scheduled public meetings next week on the proposed reorganization of the VA Black Hills Health Care System.
Over 70 community and business leaders, health care professionals, parents and other concerned citizens participated in Brookings Supports Breastfeeding’s community conversation at McCrory Gardens Visitor Center on Saturday, Nov. 1.
If you live in Sioux Falls, you may notice a few changes in who drives you to the hospital.
A new ambulance service could soon be at work in Sioux Falls.
Sanford Researchs Amy Elliott, Ph.D., and Jyoti Angal have a secured more than $1.7 million in grant funding from the National Institutes of Health to study methods to reduce infant deaths in American Indian communities.
The project, CBPR Initiative in Reducing Infant Mortality in American Indian Communities, received a five-year award under the NIHs Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development.
According to the South Dakota Department of Health, infant mortality rates among American Indians are nearly double that of white infants. In 2013, the infant mortality rates in South Dakota were 11.2 per 1,000 live births among American Indians and 5.3 per 1,000 among the white population. This difference is largely driven by post-neonatal mortality, or infant deaths between 1 and 12 months of age.
There are a number of big issues this election year, but there are also big issues that people won't be voting on next week, like raising teacher pay and expanding Medicaid.
Brookings Health System and United Living Community will present, Grief: What Helps When it Hurts, free webcast on Wednesday, Nov. 12 from 10 to 11 a.m. at Brookings Health System’s hospital, conference rooms A and B.
Members of DAKOTACARE could have free gym memberships soon.
A KELOLAND health insurance executive is featured on the cover of a national trade magazine this month.
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