SafeJourney, a program serving North Memorial Medical Center and Maple Grove Hospital, helps patients and individuals in the community who are experiencing domestic abuse. Volunteer advocates are needed to provide a listening ear, support, safety planning, information and referral. You do not have to have previous knowledge or experience, but rather looking for people who are sensitive to the issue, caring, and non-judgmental.
North Memorial Health Care CEO Larry Taylor was recently profiled in a special CEO edition of MD News, which featured with leaders from large hospital organizations, specialty clinics and service companies.
North Memorial is celebrating a year of breaking new ground in health care with the launch of its community paramedic program. More than a decade in the making – it took 15 years to execute and an extra year to fund – North Memorial’s community paramedic program is the first of its kind in Minnesota and one of the first in the nation.
Do you have questions about health plan insurance offered through MNsure? If you do, you are not alone! Come to North Memorial’s Health Care Reform symposium to get your questions answered.
- An expert from MNsure, the new online marketplace for health insurance coverage, will speak about the program, how to access it, what type of products are offered and whether you qualify for coverage.
- North Memorial providers will share information on how some of the new models of care can help you maintain a healthier life and/or better manage a chronic health condition.
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North Memorial Medical Center’s Stroke Program has been recognized by the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association for efforts to improve quality of patient care and outcomes. Stroke is the third leading cause of death in Minnesota and affects 90,000 Minnesotans, according to the Minnesota Stroke Association.