- Banner Health System (Mss 274)
Through publications and historical works documents the development of Lutheran Hospitals and Homes Society, later called Lutheran Health Systems, before merger to form Banner Health Systems in 1999.
- Burt, Georgie Rose (Mss 231)
While on the staff of Fargo Hospital, Dr. Burt developed the first adolescent medical program in North Dakota.
- Dakota Heartland Health System Auxiliary (Mss287)
The auxiliary's origins began at former St. John, St. Ansgar and Dakota hospitals in Fargo-Moorhead area. It's mission was to raise funds for the benefit of the hospitals and F-M area.
- Elofson, Carl E. (Mss 1165)
A Minnesota native who received his medical degree from the University of Kansas and served three terms as Cass County Coroner from 1933 to 1939.
- Hallenberg, Albert (Mss 1510)
Fargo native. Scrapbook documenting his long time Fargo dentistry practice and activity in national dentistry organizations and local affairs.
- Ostfield, John R. (Mss 1143)
Canadian who practiced at the State Hospital in Jamestown, ND before coming to Fargo and opening a private practice on Broadway.
- Sand, Olaf (Mss 570)
Immigrant from Norway who was one of the founders of St. Lukes Hospital in Fargo and recipient of the Knights Cross, First Class of the Order of Saint Olav from King Haakon of Norway.