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[Pioneer Press, December 12, 2019]   Allina Health will step in to provide health care at Springfield’s clinic once Mayo Clinic Health System vacates the southwestern Minnesota site in March. The city of Springfield and Allina unveiled the new partnership Thursday.
December 12, 2019
[Mankato Free Press, October 25, 2018]   New Ulm’s project addressing heart health earned national recognition giving stakeholders hope it could lead other communities to pursue similar projects.
October 25, 2018
[Mankato Free Press, August 19, 2014]   Local health care and political leaders on Tuesday celebrated a New Ulm project that recently won a national award for its achievements in improving community health. The Heart of New Ulm project received the NOVA award in July from the American Hospital Association.
August 22, 2014
[Mankato Free Press, October 08, 2012]   A federal grant of $204,275 for a new project to help improve the overall health of residents in Brown County (Minnesota) has been awarded to the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation . Brown County Public Health will work with organizers of the successful “Hearts Beat Back: The Heart of New Ulm Project" to create policies, systems and an environment that promotes healthy lifestyles that will lead to the prevention of chronic disease.
October 08, 2012
[Mankato Free Press, April 05, 2011]   A 10-year community initiative to prevent the occurrence of heart attacks in New Ulm has produced some early encouraging results. The Heart of New Ulm Project is sponsored by Allina Hospitals & Clinics' Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation .
April 06, 2011
[Mankato Free Press, April 23, 2010]   Your chance of dying from a heart attack, pneumonia or heart failure can be significantly different at hospitals just miles from each other. That’s the findings of the latest report from a federal agency that tracks what happens to the nation’s 44 million Medicare patients.
April 26, 2010
[Mankato Free Press, December 14, 2009]   The Mankato area will receive a bit less than $2 million in direct appropriations from a massive federal funding bill if President Obama signs it into law. Included in the bill is $250,000 for the Heart of New Ulm project, an experiment in identifying residents who are at risk of heart attacks and instituting a community plan to get residents to adopt more healthy lifestyles.
December 14, 2009