Picking Up Life Post-Stroke

SDSU video producer Bruce Anderson woke up, unable to communicate with his wife because he suffered a stroke. Watch as he tells his story and shares how Brookings Health helped him recover. Watch Here.


Hospital Expansion & Renovation

We're expanding and renovating our hospital to increase capacity, meet patient expectations and implement the latest in health care. Learn More & How You Can Help


Emergency Services

Our emergency medicine team cares for patients with acute illnesses or injuries. In critical situations, we stabilize patients and coordinate care with an appropriate facility. Learn More



No matter where patients see their doctor, they can have high-resolution, digital images taken locally by our expert staff who use the newest medical imaging technology. Learn More


Inpatient Care

Our hospital nurses provide compassionate care to patients recovering from an illness or injury. Our multidisciplinary care team focuses on healing the whole person. Learn More


Outpatient Lab Services

Patients needing regular tests to monitor certain health conditions receive convenient, local care at our lab, open 24-7. We share results with the patient’s care provider. Learn More


Same-Day Surgery

Our highly-trained surgical team provides personalized, attentive care. We follow national care standards to create a safe OR environment and use the latest technology. Learn More

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Brookings Health System Foundation Achieves Capital Campaign Target

2/1/2016 - Goal Reached in Only Nine Months Brookings Health System Foundation announced today it achieved its $4.6 million hospital expansion and renovation capital campaign goal with total cash and pledges of $4,619,616. “On behalf of Brookings Health System and the Foundation, thank you for investin... More

Brookings Health Adds Physical Therapy Services for Jaw Disorders

1/28/2016 - Brookings Health System’s rehabilitation services recently added temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders to its available physical therapy treatments. The TMJ is the hinge that connects the cheek bone to the jaw bone, allowing people to move their jaws up-and-down and side-to-side for talking... More

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