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Fairview Northland Medical Center in Princeton achieves prestigious designation for work to promote breastfeeding
Cardinal Health Foundation awards Fairview $32,000
Fairview Northland Medical Center is bursting with volunteer opportunities.
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.
(Feb. 14, 2014)—University of Minnesota Health is a new brand aimed at bringing innovative, high-quality health care to more people throughout Minnesota. It represents the closer integration of these three organizations and their commitment to deliver the best care.
(Dec. 6, 2013)—When children head to their Fairview doctor’s office for their pediatric checkup, they usually are given a free book. Almost all of our primary care clinics in the greater metro area are participating in Reach Out and Read, a national, evidence-based program that strives to make literacy advancement a standard part of pediatric primary care.