MVNA

MVNA is the community connections care division for Hennepin Healthcare, providing over 20 community-based safety net programs spanning care needs from prenatal and birth, to chronic disease management, to end of life and bereavement. We focus on prevention, hospital follow-up, transitional care, supportive services, public health, and community health initiatives.

Home Health

Home health visits to adults with acute and chronic medical conditions

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Family Health

Family home visiting services to promote healthy birth outcomes, development, parent-child relationships, and self-sufficiency

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Community Health

PCA annual assessments, school nurse consultation, and flu and worksite wellness, providing flu and health screening clinics to work places and schools

Hospice

Exceptional end-of-life care focused on easing the physical, emotional, and spiritual pain that can accompany terminal illness

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Community of Caring

Non-medical health and safety items are donated to Community of Caring, funneled to MVNA and hospice nurses who then give it to clients based on identified needs to support their plan of care. With your help, Community of Caring is able to provide and meet the basic needs of clients during difficult times.

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Caren Gaytko

Senior Director of Community Care

MVNA, Hospice, Transition Care, CarePlus

612-617-4613
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Patti Keefer

Clinical Director/Administrator

Hospice, Flu and Worksite Wellness

763-253-2142

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Julie Endres-Spray

Clinical Director

Home Health, PCA Assessments

612-617-4623
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Anna Mueller

Clinical Director

Family Health, School Nurse Consultation

612-777-8458
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