Fairview Health Services, University of Minnesota Physicians and University of Minnesota boards have all signed a Letter of Intent to explore combining Fairview and UMPhysicians into a fully integrated academic health system. This Letter of Intent signals a commitment of the organizations to work together to improve health, discover new treatments and cures and educate the health workforce, helping people lead longer, healthier lives.
Thriving at 40 and Beyond: fun, educational event for women
More than 300 doctors from Fairview, University of Minnesota Physicians and independent partner clinics who see patients at our facilities have been named 2015 Top Doctors in Mpls. St. Paul Magazine.
(March 23, 2014)—Ebenezer, which provides housing and services for seniors, is among the best places to receive services and to work. That's according to Aging Services of Minnesota, which recently recognized Ebenezer and two members of its staff.
(March 22, 2014)—About six weeks ago, Mary Kraft couldn’t walk without assistance. Today, she can “ride a bike” down miles of simulated highway. Kraft is the first patient at Fairview’s Acute Rehabilitation Center to use a new piece of equipment that stimulates muscles of stroke patients and those with spinal cord injuries.
(March 20, 2014)—Fairview is training parish nurses, church leaders and others to support our communities in Advance Care Planning. Discussing your future health care preferences is important—you shouldn't assume your loved ones will know what you want.
(March 6, 2014)—Patients hope for a one-way ticket home when they leave the hospital. It doesn’t always turn out that way. Fairview Health Services is working to find the reasons behind hospital readmissions—and to prevent those we can. Find out what we’re doing.
(March 6, 2014)—Fairview Health Services has named Carolyn Wilson, R.N., to the newly-created position of executive vice president and chief operating officer, starting March 1. This new role combines operational accountability for one of the largest integrated health systems in the Upper Midwest into a single operational leadership position.