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  • Buffalo Hospital receives Minnesota Hospital Association safety award - Buffalo Hospital made it a priority to embrace a safety philosophy that empowered, motivated and rewarded leaders and staff for speaking up and stopping the line when something just didn't feel right.

    For nearly 100 years, Buffalo Hospital has been dedicated to delivering exceptional care for all who live and work in our community.

    Buffalo Hospital is a not-for-profit regional medical center located on the western edge of the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Each year the hospital provides advanced care to nearly 70,000 patients and their families.

    In 2015, Buffalo Hospital was recognized as one of the nation's 100 Top Hospitals® as determined by a comprehensive analysis of nearly 6,000 hospitals by Truven Analytics. This was the fourth time we were honored to be a 100 Top Hospital®. In addition, Buffalo Hospital is one of 23 hospitals among the 100 winners to be recognized as an Everest Award winner for the greatest rate of improvement over a five-year period. 

    At Buffalo Hospital, you'll find state-of-the-art facilities, personalized care in private rooms and services that are continuously being expanded. We routinely are recognized for quality, safe care and outstanding patient outcomes. Employees overwhelming say they are proud to work at Buffalo Hospital and would refer their loved ones here for care.

    Buffalo Hospital is a part of Allina Health, a family of hospitals, clinics and care services in Minnesota and Western Wisconsin. The Buffalo Hospital campus includes Allina Health Clinic - Buffalo and Buffalo Clinic.

    Buffalo Hospital is committed to transparency and to meeting the needs and expectations of our patients. Sharing performance results empowers patients, staff, leaders and stakeholders to make informed health care choices. The 2011 Buffalo Hospital Quality & Safety Annual Report reflects the enormous effort that goes into measurement and serves as a means of conveying the organizations accomplishments in key areas.

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