FAIRVIEW CHILDREN'S CLINIC
2535 University Ave NE
At Ease: Fellow Vets Bring Comfort to Those in Hospice
Rick Ekstrand served in the U.S. army in the mid-1960s, including one tour in Vietnam. However, the military stories floating around in his head date all the way back to World War II
That’s because each week Rick visits with veterans in Fairview Hospice . Together they watch sports, talk about current events and share stories about their time in the service.
Rick listens to his fellow veterans as they talk about the sacrifices they made for their country. He hears the pride…
Saving Our Patients $20 Million, One Prescription at a Time
As prescription prices continue to rise, Fairview is working to ensure all patients can afford their medications
As prescription drug prices continue to rise, Fairview Health Services is using grants, creativity and an army of dedicated staff to ensure that all patients can afford their medications. Last year alone we saved patients more than $20 million in prescription costs
Searching for savings
Fairview’s highly skilled staff…
We Aim to be a Good Neighbor in Our Local Communities
Our community benefit programs contributed over $500 million to support the communities where we live and work
Fairview Health Services is committed to driving a healthier future. One way we accomplish this is through programs and activities that provide care or promote health and healing as a response to identified needs in the community
“Fairview strives to be a good neighbor and give back to our…
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Americo Fraboni, MD
Americo Fraboni, MD, is a family medicine physician who specializes in women's health and obstetrics.
Patients celebrate 100% success with alternative to open
Electrical engineer Richard Fast was one of Medtronic’s first 25 employees and worked on the first pacemaker. Fifty years later, Fast is walking around with one of the latest cardiac innovations in his own chest
It’s called TAVR, and it saves patients who need a heart valve replaced but wouldn’t survive open-heart surgery. With transcatheter aortic valve replacement, a new valve is inserted by sliding a catheter up through an artery in the leg. It can be done while the patient is awake,…