Visiting guidelines during flu season
Patient safety starts at the front doors of our hospitals during flu season. A reminder: It is best not to visit patients in the hospital when you are sick, but you should definitely not visit if you have respiratory symptoms including a fever, cough, sore throat or runny nose. If a visit is necessary, a mask must be worn at all times. And all visitors are expected to do hand hygiene before entering a patient room. Thank you for helping to keep our patients safe.
See the visiting hours pages of our hospitals for more information:
Change the way you view health care
At HealthEast, it's the unexpected things that will change your view. We offer health care that begins with people care. Why? Because we know that your HealthEast experience can be the most exciting – or the most critical – time of your life.
Find out how "It’ll Change You."
Kidney Stone Institute achieves first in the nation certification
When it comes to care and treatment for kidney stones, HealthEast is beyond compare. Our Kidney Stone Institute (KSI) is the first ever to be awarded disease-specific care certification by The Joint Commission for kidney stone disease.
Read on to learn more about KSI and our certification.
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- Clinical quality and patient outcomes
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There's a path to a brighter atmosphere and of bigger things to come. It's just minutes from Metro Minnesota and miles from ordinary. Discover HealthEast for yourself.
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