Caring for the communities we live in and serve 

Fairview Southdale Hospital is proud to be a part of our community. We not only take care of our neighbors when illness or accident occurs, we also provide preventive health education beforehand. We believe a healthy community creates a thriving community.

Fairview Southdale Hospital works with local communities in the south and west Twin Cities metro. Community health makes a difference in the communities we serve through a wide variety of partnerships and activities. We begin by assessing the health needs of the cities we serve.

After an initial assessment of the communities assets and risks, we then target our community programs to address some of the areas identified. We work in partnership with community organizations such as schools, congregations and public and private agencies.

Our preventive “upstream” approach focuses on protecting and promoting the health of the community as a whole – helping people stay healthy and reducing risks to their health.

For more information on Fairview Southdale Hospital's Community Health program, contact Alissa LeRoux Smith, Manager of Community Health and Volunteer Services,, 952-924-5022.
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