A group of South Dakota legislators, providers and the Governor's office is now closer to a deal than ever.
Nurses impact the lives of the people they care for. One nurse who spent her career at Brookings Health System’s hospital impacted lives so profoundly it prompted Daktronics, Inc. and its senior leadership to bestow a gift to Brookings Health System Foundation in her honor.
Brookings Health System is the first non-Indian Health Services hospital in South Dakota to receive the Baby-Friendly® Hospital designation and the only one in a 180 mile radius, demonstrating the organization’s commitment to helping mothers successfully breastfeed their infants.
The former chief executive of DakotaCare has resigned and is becoming president of Sanford Health Plan.
The panel is discussing in part the proposal's impact on Native Americans, who make up nearly 9 percent of the state's population.
Frustrations are smoldering in one Sioux Falls neighborhood near the Avera McKennan Hospital.
The health care system is creating a hub for its AirMed operations and has purchased the Maverick Air Center and is building another hangar next to it at a cost of $3.4 million.
South Dakota may join about 30 states in expanding its Medicaid program if federal officials approve a plan Gov. Dennis Daugaard is discussing with the nation's top health and human services administrator.
Health workers, government officials, and locals broke the ribbon today to open the new and improved Madison Regional Health facility to the public.
We stopped by to hear about the future of health care from national experts in the field.
Brookings Health System’s Employee Wellness Committee was recently awarded a $2,000 Steps to Wellness Physical Activity grant from the South Dakota Department of Health. The grant will be used to implement a worksite physical activity policy and enhance existing worksite physical activity support for employees.
People in western Sioux Falls will soon have quicker access to an emergency room.
Federal health officials say nearly 19,000 South Dakota residents have signed up and paid for health insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act.
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