To show Rapid City kids how to stay healthy - staff and students of the West River Area Health Education Center put on a free "Health Can Be Fun Fair" at the OneHeart Campus. Read the article from NewsCenter1 here.
VERMILLION, S.D. – According to U.S. News and World Report’s 2020 analysis of medical schools in the United States, the University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine ranked No. 6 among the nation’s 160 medical education programs for the percentage of its graduates who practice in rural areas. Read more.
Nurses are some of our most highly respected professionals for their skills, knowledge and commitment to patient care. Their place at the frontline of health care is vital, yet the nation faces a shortage of registered nurses even as the need intensifies.
At the University of South Dakota (USD) - Rapid City, the nursing program is committed to producing the next generation of nurses through a unique interprofessional model that teaches students not only how to care for patients with diverse needs but how to work as a team with other medical professionals.
Today Sanford Health announced a groundbreaking $300 million initiative to transform rural care delivery, improving access to affordable, high-quality health care for generations to come. Read more at their page.