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(Jan. 23, 2014)—Church leaders often dedicate their lives to the spiritual and mental well-being of those they serve. But what happens when they find themselves seeking guidance of their own? Fairview’s Ministerial Health and Leadership Resources program is designed to help.
(Jan. 13, 2013)—Five Fairview hospitals were among the state’s best in improving the health and safety of mothers and children by reducing early elective deliveries, according to the Minnesota Hospital Association and the March of Dimes.
(Jan. 13, 2014)—A woman who saw a snow-making trick done on the news is warning people that the experiment can have serious consequences. She hopes to spare others the pain she is going through.
(Jan. 9, 2014)—Close to 180 doctors from Fairview, University of Minnesota Physicians and independent partner clinics who see patients at our facilities have been named Best Doctors for Women 2014 in the latest issue of Minnesota Monthly magazine.
(Dec. 23, 2013)—At Fairview, we live our nonprofit mission by actively reaching out to improve the health of people in the communities we serve. Here’s a quick peek at some of the ways we did this in 2013.
(Dec. 16, 2013)—In a magazine profile, Fairview’s new president and CEO, Rulon F. Stacey, PhD, FACHE, talks about his approach to improving the quality of care and meeting patients’ needs. Find out more about what makes him tick.
(Dec. 9, 2013)—Fairview Pharmacy Services has spearheaded the expansion of Excelera Corp., a specialty pharmacy network created to better serve patients taking complicated and costly medications. Today, Excelera has announced that two other leading health systems have joined the network as investor members.
(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.