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Infectious Disease Physician

Sanford Health
Fargo, North Dakota
Closing date
Apr 10, 2025

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Infectious Disease
Full Time
Position Type


Sanford Health is seeking a BC/BE Infectious Disease physician to join a collegial, highly respected infectious disease practice in Fargo, ND.

  • The provider team is made up of six physicians supported by one APP.
  • Sanford Medical Center Fargo is a regional referral and Level I Trauma Center providing excellent opportunity for continual exposure to a wide variety of interesting, complex and challenging pathology including HIV, tuberculosis, zoonoses, infections in immuno-compromised hosts (organ transplant and oncology), and complicated orthopedic and neurosurgical cases.
  • Practice is 100% ID with full spectrum of ID Pathology
  • Consult service, outreach and telemedicine.
  • Call is currently 1:6
  • Well-established, successful antibiotic stewardship program with dedicated ID pharmacists.
  • Weekly case conferences and monthly journal clubs.
  • Affiliation with the University of North Dakota School of Medicine allows for teaching medical students; residents from our family medicine, internal medicine, transitional year, podiatry, orthopedic and general surgery programs; and our hematology/oncology fellows.

Sanford Health offers a nationally competitive compensation plan with an additional physician benefits package including a health, dental and vision insurance, 401K plan, short-term and long-term disability, life insurance, CME allowance, paid time away, malpractice insurance and tail coverage, and a relocation allowance

Dedicated to the work of health and healing

Sanford Health is one of the largest integrated health systems in the United States. Driven by a vision to improve the human condition at every stage of life, Sanford Health is dedicated to the delivery of health care, genomic medicine, senior care and services, global clinics, research and affordable insurance. Headquartered in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the health system includes 46 medical centers, 1,500 physicians and more than 200 Good Samaritan Society senior living centers in 26 states.

About Sanford Health in Fargo

With three hospitals and more than 50 clinics in nearby communities, Sanford Health delivers high-level medical expertise to Fargo and the surrounding area. Our specialty centers focus on children s care, heart, cancer, neuroscience, orthopedics and sports medicine and women s health to deliver exceptional care close to home.

  • Largest health care provider in North Dakota with a total of 786 hospital beds
  • Only Level I Adult Trauma Center between Minneapolis, Seattle, Denver and Omaha
  • Level II Pediatric Trauma Center and emergency air transport service covering a three-state area
  • Home to the Roger Maris Cancer Center
  • Named in the national Top 100 Hospitals list
  • Primary teaching institution for the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences

Life in Fargo

As a thriving city with a small-town feel, Fargo and the adjacent metro area is a diverse, family-oriented community. Surrounded by beautiful landscapes, Fargo balances quality of life and a low

cost of living with a safe, picturesque environment. A variety of schools and universities, a vibrant business community and a robust downtown are just a few reasons why people love to call the Fargo area home.

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