Archives for October 2019

[New Ulm Journal, October 31, 2019]   Nurses, respiratory therapists and pediatricians at New Ulm Medical Center ’s birth center raced to restore the breathing of an infant born prematurely Tuesday as doctors and specialists watched from the Twin Cities via a virtual care cart. Neonatologists and nurse practitioners from Children’s Minnesota watched and provided insight as a breathing tube was inserted into the rubber throat of an infant mannequin.
October 31, 2019
[KARE 11, October 30, 2019]   As the cooler weather settles in, some of our bodies are making more noises than we’d like to admit. Many of us hear a snap, crackle or pop when we stand.
October 30, 2019
[KSTP TV, January 01, 0001]   Change to Chill, Allina Health's program to help teens manage stress in their life, is now at the University of Minnesota's YMCA. The U YMCA is using Change to Chill techniques to help U students cope with college life.
October 29, 2019
[WCCO-TV, October 29, 2019]   Ned Berube suffered his second stroke early this year. Thanks to his wife's quick recognition of the stroke symptoms Ned was cared for quickly and made a full recovery.
October 29, 2019
[MPR News, October 28, 2019]   Winter may not officially arrive for almost another two months, but the temperatures are already starting to take a dive. How do you deal with the cold, the snow and the ice?
October 28, 2019
[New Ulm Journal, October 28, 2019]   New Ulm Medical Center president Toby Freier says he is often asked, “How does New Ulm Medical Center continue to recruit talented physicians, when we keep hearing about a national shortage of providers?” We are grateful to have added 17 physicians and providers across 13 specialties since 2018. My response usually includes mention of our positive work culture (2019 Hospital Workplace of Year in MN); our commitment to safety, innovation, and growth (#1 Critical Access Hospital in U.S. for Value); a collaborative spirit; and the loyal support of the communities we serve.
October 28, 2019
[KARE 11, October 26, 2019]   Dr. Marc Burkhart has played a key role in his community of New Ulm for 33 years. He's been a part of several thousand lives from the moment they were born, as an OB/GYN at New Ulm Medical Center .
October 26, 2019
[KSTP TV, October 26, 2019]   Next month marks five years since a 14-year-old hockey player collapsed on the ice in Brainerd and died. Patrick Schoonover was competing in the Blue Ox Hockey Bantam AA Tournament.
October 26, 2019
[WCCO-TV, October 22, 2019]   About 50 million American adults experienced some sort of mental illness last year. Anxiety disorders were the most common kind.
October 22, 2019
[Faribault Daily News, October 21, 2019]   Beginning Oct. 24, District One Hospital will offer 3D mammograms.
October 21, 2019