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Native American elder and three chairs of the Hennepin Healthcare American Indian Collective reach out to Population Health for assistance.Read More >
A three-year-old patient was behind on her vaccine appointments, and a look at her chart showed other medical needs—a history of seizures and some missed appointments with her specialist. When Nurse Practitioner Katie Brown saw the toddler’s chart, she knew she had to find out what was happening—and she had to help. Katie learned that…Read More >
Everyone feels and reacts to stress in different ways. Stress is the way your mind and body react to a threat or a challenge. Simple things, like a crying child, can cause stress. You also feel stress when you’re in danger, like during a robbery or car crash. Even positive things, like getting married, can…Read More >
Aida Strom, Hennepin Healthcare’s health equity community engagement program manager, envisions a collaborative healthcare model built with the histories and hopes of those it serves. “I so strongly believe that every single human deserves good healthcare and respect within the healthcare system,” expresses Aida Strom, a member of the Sisseton Wahpeton Dakota Oyate. As the…Read More >
The new Healthy Matters Podcast with Dr. David Hilden is now live on all podcast platforms! After launching just two weeks ago, the podcast has already reached over 1,400 downloads. With three episodes available and episode 4 launching this Sunday morning January 22, listeners can enjoy Dr. Hilden talk all things healthcare at your own…Read More >
Rebecca Thomas, an Elliot Park Neighborhood advocate, shares the importance of holistic and trusted programs that are guided by community conversations. “I grew up in an area that was highly diverse with different racial, cultural and religious backgrounds. I came from a low-income family and was surrounded by wealth disparities,” shares Rebecca Thomas, a licensed…Read More >