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Sanford Health Eating Disorder Program


Sanford Health Eating Disorder Program Review

Sanford Health Eating Disorder Program is a department of the world-class non-profit Sanford Health treatment organization that specializes in the care of adolescents and adults struggling with a range of eating disorders including anorexia, bulimia, binge eating and feeding disorder. Sanford provides a continuum of treatment on a step-up basis that includes inpatient care, a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at Sanford Eating Disorders & Weight Management Center in Fargo, North Dakota, as well as outpatient services in the Medical Center in Bemidji, Minnesota and the Psychiatry & Psychology Clinic in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Medication management and clinical services are integral components of the Sanford Health program.

Accommodations and Food

Clients in the Sanford inpatient eating disorder program at the Eating Disorders & Weight Management Clinic in Fargo stay in hospital style accommodations. Residents share rooms and eat in a cafeteria setting. Meals are planned by dietitians and prepared by a culinary team. Individuals with dietary restrictions can be accommodated.

Treatment and Staff

Clients entering inpatient care must first undergo a comprehensive assessment with a diverse intake team of medical professionals. This extensive evaluation determines the most effective treatment strategy to meet the unique needs of the client. Sanford inpatient employs a multidisciplinary approach to care that integrates a number of therapeutic methods including psychiatric services, assessments, medication management and nutrition education, as well as individual, group and family therapy rooted in evidence-based models. Sanford seeks to treat clients with eating disorders by healing their relationship with food and weight. The facility provides psychoeducation classes focusing on body image and self-esteem, and clients work with dietitians to regulate their diet based on unique medical needs. Sanford also offers milieu therapy for clients in need of urgent care, where individuals work as a community and take responsibility for themselves and others during a lengthy stay. In addition, surgery for weight loss is available for residents with overeating disorders.

The Sanford inpatient team is comprised of PhDs, MDs, nurse practitioners, dietitians, therapists and psychologists. Clinical services and medication management are available for clients in need of dual diagnosis support.


Sanford has performed over 10,000 safe and effective weight loss surgeries over the course of three decades. Clients that undergo a weight loss surgery receive support for years after the process.

In Summary

The Sanford Health Eating Disorder Program provides inpatient care at the Eating Disorder & Weight Management Center in Fargo, North Dakota. The facility offers comprehensive, individualized treatment for clients that includes evidence-based therapies, medication management, psychiatric services and cutting edge surgeries. For anyone seeking an experienced staff with resources that are second to none, Sanford is an excellent option.

Sanford Health Eating Disorder Program Location

Sanford Eating Disorders & Weight Management Center
1717 S University Dr
Fargo, ND 58103

Sanford Bemidji Medical Center
1300 Anne St NW
Bemidji, MN 56601

Sanford Health Psychiatry & Psychology Clinic
2400 W 49th St
Sioux Falls, SD 57105

Sanford Health Eating Disorder Program Cost

Call for details. Reach Sanford Health Eating Disorder Program by phone at (218) 751-5430. Find Sanford Health on Facebook and Twitter

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