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(Oct. 16, 2013)—Fairview provides influenza vaccinations at no charge to underserved children and adults through a community-based collaboration that began in 2006. Fairview’s Minnesota Immunization Networking Initiative (MINI) is a national model for partnering with ethnic and faith communities to help immunize people.
(Oct. 8, 2013)—As part of an innovative year-long community health initiative, Fairview has joined with members of a community in Richfield to build more than 30 raised garden beds, plant vegetables and offer health education classes to community members.
(Oct. 7, 2013)—Carolyn Wilson, president of University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview, was recently named among "130 Women Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know" by Becker’s Hospital Review.
(Oct. 3, 2013) — Fairview’s clinic in Savage, Minn., has been certified in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) by the U.S. Green Building Council. It’s the fifth Fairview clinic or clinic expansion to earn LEED certification.
(Oct. 1, 2013)—Consumers in Minnesota have a new way to shop for health insurance and Fairview is a part of it. MNsure offers health plans from multiple insurers in a standard format so consumers can compare plans. Fairview Health Network is included in plans offered on the MNsure exchange by Medica, PreferredOne and UCare.
(Sept. 17, 2013)—Fairview Health Services announced today the appointment of Rulon F. Stacey, PhD, FACHE, as its next president and chief executive officer.
(Sept. 16, 2013)—Community leaders, donors, hospital employees and others celebrated the groundbreaking for a new emergency center at Fairview Southdale Hospital on Monday. The state-of-the-art emergency center is slated to open in 2015 to serve the community and honor a longtime Fairview leader, Carl N. Platou.
(Sept. 27, 2013)—The newest members of the Fairview Southdale Hospital housekeeping team have funny names, but they are all business. Huey, Dewey and Louie are a trio of disinfecting robots that eliminate hard-to-kill germs in hard-to-clean places.