Fairview Lakes Medical Center
Living in the past, allowing past hurts to fester, worrying about the future . . . these are common to most people at some time. Dwelling on these thoughts for prolonged periods, however, can make people miserable and add stress to their lives. To help people learn a healthier way, Sue Flannigan, ad...Read More
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Nurses at Fairview Lakes Medical Center in Wyoming no longer plan to picket the facility to protest staffing levels. According to Barbara Brady, MNA Communications Specialist, nurses and Fairview Lakes reached a tentative agreement last night. The group had announced a picket to occur on Monday, A...Read More
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Website-driven Health UP program has many focuses Working out at the gym may not top the to-do list on a beautiful summer day. The idea behind a new initiative in Forest Lake is that it doesn’t need to be. Launched at Lake Fest on June 1, Health UP provides area residents with resources to improv...Read More
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Living in the past, allowing past hurts to fester, worrying about the future . . . these are common to most people at some time. Dwelling on these thoughts for prolonged periods, however, can make people miserable but adds stress to our lives. To help people learn a healthier way, Sue Flannigan, adu...Read More
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Nurses represented by the Minnesota Nurses Association at Fairview Lakes Medical Center in Wyoming will picket the facility on Monday, Aug. 4 to raise public awareness about a potential threat to safe patient care at the hospital and clinics. “During contract negotiations, it has become clear that...Read More
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The Minnesota Hospital Association honored innovative programs and outstanding leaders in health care at its 30th annual awards ceremony in April. Fairview Lakes Medical Center in Wyoming was honored for having the best workplace among large hospitals in the state. A spokesperson said the hospital h...Read More
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