Hospital overview

The story of Allina Health United Hospital – Hastings Regina Campus actually began on October 28, 1948, when the Catholic Sisters who operated Halloran Hospital in Jackson, Minnesota, received a letter from Demetrius Hagmann, a priest at St. Boniface Church. The letter asked the Sisters, who had come from Holland, if they would consider opening a "Sisters’ Hospital" in Hastings.

The request was initially declined "for want of Sisters," but on June 9, 1949, the Sisters of Charity of Our Lady, Mother of Mercy, met with several members of the Hastings Hospital Committee to discuss the plans for the new hospital.

Allina Health United Hospital – Hastings Regina Campus is incorporated in Minnesota as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation providing health care services. Allina Health also operates clinics in Hastings and Cottage Grove, Minnesota and Prescott, Wisconsin.

Allina Health United Hospital – Hastings Regina Campus, faithful to its Catholic traditions of respect for human life, will serve our communities by providing exceptional care, as we prevent illness, restore health and provide comfort to all who entrust us with their care.

Allina Health United Hospital – Hastings Regina Campus has seen many changes since it opened its doors in 1953. Today, it is a 57-bed acute care hospital employing almost 400 people, and has 250-plus medical staff. The three-strong Spiritual Care Department is vital to the mission of Hastings Regina. The Regina Foundation (now the Allina Health Foundation) was established for the sole purpose of fund raising, bequests and donations to support the activities of Regina Hospital and the neighboring Regina Senior Living facility, which is owned and operated by Benedictine Health System.