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Medicare Performace Measures


Below the national average


Below the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average


FARGO, ND 58122

Sanford Medical Center in Fargo, ND offers urgent medical treatments for severe injury, illness, or recovery. Choose the best medical center for you.

Sanford Medical Center Fargo is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Cass County, ND.

Sanford Medical Center Fargo does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Sanford Medical Center Fargo is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions


(SR. CITIZEN REVIEW) Very nice facility. I was impressed with valet parking. Even though it was a nice parking lot, having valet was a nice touch. Lots of handrails and of course a new building is always great! (2 weeks ago)

First experience at this hospital. Mom had back surgery, we brought two of her grandkids to see her because we are a very close family. Grandkids are 2 and 4 years old, staff was rude and annoyed. Should have a play area for kids or something. However, a few staff were exceptional and very kind, also interactive. One even helped my nephew wash his hands. :) But most were rude and stared... (a month ago)

This hospital has completely blown my mind. Everyone around town was just so excited and couldn’t wait for this facility to be done and be open. Now that it’s opened, I couldn’t be anymore disgusted, disappointed, or impressed. My grandma has been in this hospital for two weeks now. I have been there with her every single day. Every single one of these days the nurses don’t come when you call for them, they don’t give my grandma nightly baths like they are supposed to. The cleaning staff doesn’t clean the rooms at all. A nurse had gotten blood on the wall trying to dispose a needle and didn’t clean up her mess. The cooking staff takes about an hour and a half to get my grandmas food to her granted she isn’t the only patient so that’s understandable. But the thing that gets me the most is how long it takes a doctor to come in or come back to talk to the patient and the families. All together this hospital does not impress me and I don’t even give them a full star. (7 months ago)

My wife had Kidney Stones and we wen't to the ER at 6am because there were no urgent care centers open at the time. Having had kidney stones before and received proper painkillers (not $45 baby aspirin) the doctor promptly ignored my wife who clearly described having severe pain and offering the overpriced aspirin alone. After having a cat-scan and blood work done we were sent away as the stones had passed and there was only gravel left. My wife could barely stand but still we received no additional aid beside giving her another warm blanket. Three days later my wife had developed a urinary track infection and was again horribly sick. We discussed how we needed antibiotics and would need a prescription to get them. I went to get her painkillers while she was trying to set up another appointment (at another location) to get the antibiotics we needed when Sanford finally contacted us and informed us that they finally got to looking at the blood work and thought we might need to get antibiotics we had 30 minutes that day left to make it to a pharmacy and get them. I was getting the painkillers at this time and so my wife had to drive herself to the pharmacy to hope to make it in time. Shortly after all of this we received our enormous bill (cat-scans cost an arm and a leg.) Zero stars, would not recommend. (7 months ago)

Family came in with adult and pediatric trauma. From the first minute we received exceptional patient focused nursing, multidisciplinary treatment including instant access to subspecialty physicians and a injury/age specific care team. Though each facility has its ups and downs, I am very grateful to have access to the trauma and specialty services available so close to home. (6 months ago)

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