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Essentia Health’s mission is to make a healthy difference in people’s lives and one of the best ways to do that is to help smokers quit the habit. “We surveyed communities where we have hospitals and one of the recurring health issues in just about every area was tobacco cessation,” says Jill Doberstein, who heads up Essentia’s tobacco cessation efforts.
Essentia Health- St. Mary’s Medical Center has just earned verification as a Level I adult trauma center – the only Minnesota hospital north of the Twin Cities to receive this prestigious honor.
Essentia Health will continue to operate a physical therapy outpatient clinic in Twin Valley despite the closure of Twin Valley Living Center.
Nurse Practitioner Karli Roman has joined the Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Department at the Essentia Health-South University Clinic in Fargo, North Dakota.
Brooke Ylinen had a problem: a 13-year-old hockey player who needed to get back on the ice after suffering a concussion. Her son, Kamden, had been symptom-free for a week but needed to be medically released for play.
November, what a great time of year to be thankful. Thankful for the harvest, the cooler weather and warm cozy sweaters, comfort food and most importantly family, friends and our many blessings. As much as I love my family and friends let’s get back to the food part for now!
Get a jump on your holiday shopping and help a great cause at Essentia Health’s Christmas Extravaganzas and Superior Bake Sale, three hospital auxiliary events that benefit patients, their families and other worthy causes.
Essentia Health wants to keep unused or expired drugs out of the wrong hands, out of the landfill, and out of our rivers and streams. Anyone can safely and anonymously drop off prescription and over-the-counter medications at any Essentia Health retail pharmacy in the big, bright blue drop-off boxes.
Essentia Health-Park Rapids Clinic is hosting a lunch-n-learn event on Tuesday, November 13 from 12 to 1 p.m. in Park Rapids at St. John’s Lutheran Church, located at 803 West First Street.
Joanna Green, a licensed independent clinical social worker, has joined the Behavioral Health Department at the Essentia Health-Duluth Clinic in Duluth, Minnesota. Green will provide counseling services for adults and children.