List of affiliated hospitals and clinics. Information on services provided, locations, and patient education.
Promotes research and provides support to those affected by Alzheimer's Disease. Local support groups, events, regional news, volunteer opportunities.
Professional organization for physicians, nurses, and physician assistants specializing in cardiac care. Information on annual conference and how to become a member.
A non-profit organization offering help and hope for those who have experienced a significant loss in their lives.
A network of clinics, hospitals, specialty programs and long-term care facilities in Central Minnesota.
Not-for-profit corporation affiliated with the Evangelical Free Church of America provides senior housing and health care. Has a medical supply division. From the Twin Cities up to Milaca, and as far west as Fargo.
Assisted living facilities for the frail elderly and persons with memory loss. Five locations, from Windom up to Blackduck.
Blood bank with offices in the Twin Cities and Duluth-Superior. Also does parentage testing.
Offers details about their programs and information about their team. St. Cloud, Maple Grove, and Woodbury.
Overuse or inappropriate use of antibiotics can actually lead to worse illness. Education, especially for parents. Posters for schools and health care facilities, a coloring book for children, FAQs, quiz.
Supports locally-based strategies to ensure access to health services for rural and underserved citizens.
Nonprofit organization founded by cancer survivors to support women with ovarian cancer, fund research on prevention and cure, and raise awareness. Information on ovarian cancer, upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, newsletter.
State organization of pharmacists and related personnel associated with organized health care settings.
Treatment for drug or alcohol dependency and gambling addiction. Locations in Granite Falls, Redwood Falls, and Marshall.
Information on winter safety, indoors and out. Includes fire hazards, driving tips, activities for kids.
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