Fairview Lakes Medical Center

The Minnesota Hospital Association honored innovative programs and outstanding leaders in health care including Wyoming’s Fairview Lakes Health Services at the association’s 30th annual awards ceremony April 25. Eighteen awards were given for extraordinary achievement in categories ranging from advocacy on behalf of hospitals and volunteerism to innovation and improvement in patient care and patient […]

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A longtime leader in health care joined the team at Fairview Lakes Medical Center on Monday. John Herman, MHA, is assuming leadership of the medical center in Wyoming. He also is the site executive of Fairview Northland Medical Center in Princeton, where he has worked for the last four years. As site executive for the […]

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NB family donates iPads for cancer patients undergoing treatment at Fairview Lakes Medical Center— Steve Obitz and family know what it feels like to lose a wife and a mother to cancer, but they can feel good about giving something back. It’s been just over two months since Elaine Obitz succumbed to the disease. She fought long […]

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A properly functioning heart is something that can easily be taken for granted. In healthy people, it pumps as it should, delivering needed blood throughout the body. The integral work it does goes almost unnoticed. But in people who have heart problems, the function of this vital organ is something that’s almost always on their […]

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Carla Norelius, a North Branch native, is retiring after a 44-year career with Fairview Lakes Regional Health Care and its predecessor organizations— For many people who live and work in the area, Carla Norelius is the face of Fairview. Whether it’s through mentoring in local schools, planning numerous community health care events or establishing relationships […]

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Fairview Lakes takes proactive approach with cutting-edge surgery safety training— By Clint Riese/Forest Lake Times— Patients entrust their well-being, and sometimes their very lives, to professionals when they enter a hospital’s doors. Medical practitioners, in turn, are not afforded the luxury of “working for the weekend.” For better or for worse, every case involves implications […]

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