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[KARE 11 News, February 16, 2022]   As part of their Hope for Healthcare project, KARE 11 delivered 500 boxed lunches, each containing notes written by community members to Allina Health Mercy Hospital—Unity Campus.
February 16, 2022
[ABC Newspapers, January 10, 2022]   Allina Health introduces new orthopedic robot at Mercy Hospital – Unity Campus
January 10, 2022
[ABC Newspapers, December 09, 2020]   Mercy Hospital president: A plea to the public
December 09, 2020
[KSTP TV, May 11, 2020]   The very front of some of the front lines can be found at Interlude Restorative Suites in Fridley. It's a special facility used only for COVID-19 patients right now.
May 11, 2020
[ABC Newspapers, April 14, 2020]   The Association of Minnesota Chinese Physicians donated 2,000 N95 masks to Mercy Hospital on April 8. Representatives of the AMCP gathered outside the hospital’s Unity Campus in Fridley to move boxes of medical supplies and speak with journalists.
April 14, 2020
[Minnesota Public Radio, January 17, 2020]   Drinking alcohol is a big part of how we socialize. But increasingly, people are choosing to abstain for a month or more for personal reasons. Learn more.
January 17, 2020
[WCCO-TV, November 19, 2019]   Families rushing from work and school to games and band concerts can find it hard to sit down for dinner. Sometimes that means eating dinner later at night.
November 19, 2019
[WCCO-TV, March 22, 2018]   Sticking to a regular exercise routine has its challenges. Even though the health benefits are well-noted many of us fail to exercise consistently. Read on.
March 22, 2018
[Sun Focus, March 11, 2018]   Allina Health is halfway through a three-and-half-year project to truly transform Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids and the former Unity Hospital in Fridley into “one hospital, two campuses.” At the beginning of 2017, the two hospitals, 9 miles apart, officially merged and began operating under one license. Unity Hospital is now known as Mercy Hospital - Unity Campus .
March 11, 2018
[WCCO-TV, March 10, 2018]   A new study says that what you eat, more than how much, is the key to losing weight. Allina Health dietician Elizabeth Vander Laan , talked with WCCO-TV News about what that study is telling us.
March 10, 2018