Health Care

Avera career planning opens door to nursing career

From Ghana to USD and a new role at Avera, this young woman’s story proves the right approach to workforce development leads to success for employer and employee.

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In six weeks, lifestyle change decreases cancer risk

“I was so scared to try something new. And doing it this way it was just an amazing result.” When her doctor told her to lose weight because she was at risk for breast cancer, this turned out to be the perfect fit.

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Stress at work: How leaders make all the difference

Did you know 75 percent to 90 percent of all visits to primary care doctors are somehow attributable to stress? And much of it can be traced back to the workplace.

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Comings & Goings

Here’s a roundup of recent changes in the Sioux Falls-area business community.

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Former VA secretary to become Sanford chief innovation officer

Dr. David Shulkin, former secretary of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, is joining Sanford Health as chief innovation officer.

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Former grad students form medical device company

Next-generation medical devices are being developed in Sioux Falls through a new company, Tailored Medical Devices.

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Child-therapy entrepreneur grows national business

Alison Hulshof started her child-therapy business with one client. Four states, 140 children and one acquisition later, she’s positioned for national growth.

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Her team landed South Dakota’s largest health research grant. Here’s the work that’s moving forward

Her research team will receive $17.1 million in the next five years to support its work. Here’s why.

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Avera to add Human Performance Center at 69th & Louise campus

The Avera on Louise campus is adding another building – this one to support a range of services from strength and conditioning to physical therapy and volleyball.

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Sanford’s Krabbenhoft tackles job-related rumors while planning big moves

Despite rumors last week that he was no longer running Sanford Health, Kelby Krabbenhoft says he’s not going anywhere — and releases big plans to grow the system statewide and beyond.

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