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Neonatology

Dr. Rafael Ocejo
Rafael Ocejo, MD
Led by neonatologist/pediatrician Rafael Ocejo, MD, Sanford Health's neonatology team includes registered nurses and therapists expertly trained in the care of babies born prematurely and/or with illnesses or life-threatening heart conditions.

Sanford Health combines caring and skilled treatment with the latest technology to provide the best care possible for babies.

Pediatric cardiology


Justin Horner, MD
Sanford Health's Justin Horner, MD, pediatric cardiology, works closely with Sanford Children's Clinic pediatricians to provide care for children who have heart disorders. To learn more, call Sanford Children's Clinic at
(701) 323-8011.

Pediatric oncology

Dr. Baruti Serabe
Baruti Serabe, MD

In 1991, Sanford Health established a pediatric hematology/oncology department.

Our team consists of Baruti Serabe, MD, pediatric hematologist/oncologist, pediatric registered nurses and an office data manager who coordinates patient appointments with the necessary lab and radiology testing.

Pediatric psychiatry

Though it is often overlooked, nearly one in 10 children in the U.S. suffers from mental health problems that interfere with normal development and functioning. Common disorders such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, depression and eating disorders range from mild to severe enough to cause various levels of impairment. But most mental health problems are very treatable, and asking for help is the first step toward helping your child do and feel better.

Sanford Health's children's mental health program is dedicated to supporting the social, physical, intellectual, emotional and developmental growth of children from birth to adulthood, the ultimate goal being to help children realize improved quality of life.

Click here to learn more about Sanford Behavioral Health or call (701) 323-6543.


Robin
Haaland, MD

Sacheen
Shrestha, MD

Pediatric rehabilitation

Dr. Kevin Murphy
Kevin
Murphy, MD
The path to independence begins at the Rehabilitation Center at Sanford Health. Pediatric Rehabilitation is a joint effort of the physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech/language therapy teams who work in a unique and supportive environment.

Click here to learn more about Sanford Health's pediatric rehabilitation services.

Pediatric rheumatology

Dr. Lynne Peterson
Lynne
Peterson, MD
The Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis Clinic is a unique service to children and families who suffer from JRA. Headed by Lynne Peterson, MD, a rheumatologist with extensive experience in working with JRA, the clinic is offered throughout the year.

A team approach is provided for your child including a physician, occupational and physical therapists and mental health professionals.

A combination of blood tests, X-rays and assessment of symptoms can diagnose JRA. Treatment may include medication, therapy and some activity adjustments.

Our goal is to support your child and family by providing expert evaluation and extensive education and support.

For more information, please call (701) 323-8030.

Pediatric urology

Dr. Nadim Koleilat
Nadim
Koleilat, MD
Pediatric urology is a subspecialty of urology dealing with urological and genital problems in children and conditions persisting from childhood to adulthood. Pediatric urology at Sanford Health uses a multidisciplinary approach including pediatricians, pediatric urologists and the pediatric department.

Dr. Koleilat works in pediatric urology. He cares about his patients and develops a one-to-one relationship with them.

Only program of its kind in the state

Our pediatric urology program is the only one around. The next closest pediatric urology programs are in Minneapolis or Rochester.

Treated conditions

Pediatric urology deals mostly with the following conditions:
  • Hydrocele is the swelling of the scrotum or groin area as a result of too much fluid around the testicle/s.
  • Hypospadias happens when the opening that releases urine from the body is not in its typical location.
  • Incontinence involves difficulty controlling the release of urine.
  • Kidney tumors
  • Phimosis is when the foreskin cannot be retracted.
  • Undescended testicle/s is a condition in which a baby's testicle/s do not descend from his belly to his scrotum before birth.
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Vesicoureteral reflux occurs when urine flows into the kidneys from the bladder instead of the other way around.


All of these conditions need to be evaluated clinically by examining the patient. Then lab tests and X-rays are ordered. If lab tests are done by the primary doctor, the parents should bring the X-rays or the workup with them to their appointment with Dr. Koleilat. Otherwise, other testing will be done.

For more information, call (701) 323-5300.

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