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Each year, more than 15,000 patients from all over the five-state region are treated at Phillips Eye Institute. Our private rooms, expert and caring staff, and state-of-the-art equipment provide patients with exceptional treatment outcomes and experiences.
The union representing our metro hospital nurses issued a strike, which started on Sept. 5. During the strike, this hospital will remain open and staffed with highly qualified and experienced nurses, including many of our own who are choosing not to strike.
Our number one priority is providing you and your loved ones safe, quality care.
Get answers to common questions about the strike.
The best way to prevent flu is to get vaccinated. Everyone over six months of age should receive the flu vaccine. It's especially important if you live with people who are at high risk for developing flu–related complications. Annual flu vaccinations are available at most
Allina Health clinics.
Phillips Eye Institute is the only hospital in the region that specializes in eye surgery and other eye treatments, and it is one of the top eye hospitals in the nation based on surgical volume.
Low vision does not have to mean no vision. Specialists in low vision evaluation and treatment can help you make the most of your remaining vision.
An advance care plan provides information to others about your wishes in case illness or injury prevents you from telling them yourself.
Attend a free class to learn more.
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