Partners in Health Magazine
Partners in Health is published as a community service for friends and patrons of St. Francis Regional Medical Center.
Winter 2013: Celebrating 60 years of giving: A tribute to the St. Francis Auxiliary; Health screenings: Which do you need – and when? Planning a trip? Put a travel clinic visit on your to-do list; Hospice care: Learn to separate myth from truth.
Fall 2013. Your hospital stay: For best results, speak up and ask questions; Breathe easier: Pulmonary rehab helps people with COPD; Saving health care dollars: Smart tips for managing your care; Healthier kids: School Health Connection™ boosts physical and health education (pdf)
Spring 2013. Giving Back: Our volunteers top the charts; Relieving Pain, Enhancing Healing; Smart Strategies for Dining Out; The Biggest News in Town; Navigating 'The Change': Menopause Center now offers appointments in Shakopee (pdf)
Winter 2013. Cardiac care: When every second counts; Advancements in surgery: The St. Francis surgical difference; Advance care planning: Choosing for yourself; Giving his all: Volunteer makes community a priority; Women's yearly exams: What you need to know (pdf)
Fall 2012. Keeping You Safe: Our Falls Prevention Team; Greg Jones: Named Outstanding Nurse; Hip Replacement Surgery: Are you a candidate? Neighborhood Health ConnectionTM: Building healthy communities (pdf)
Summer 2012. Family Birth Place: Compassionate care for mom and baby; Perinatology: Care for high-risk pregnancies; Stress Test: Evaluating your heart health; Making a Difference: Projects boost community health (pdf)
Winter 2011. Integrative care: Find it at St. Francis Cancer Center; Expert advice: What your doctor wants you to know; Keep fevers at bay: Tips for staying healthy; Lights of Love: Our annual holiday fundraiser (pdf)
Fall 2011. A healthy start: Pediatric therapy at St. Francis Regional Medical Center; Savage Medical Building now open; Back to school: How to prepare; Head injuries: Keep your child athlete safe; Integrative medicine: Take a holistic approach (pdf)
Information in this publication comes from a wide range of medical experts. If you have any concerns or questions about specific content that may affect your health, please contact your health care provider.