Allina Health

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Allina Health
Nonprofit Health Care Provider
Industry Health Care
Headquarters Midtown Exchange
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Key people
Penny Wheeler M.D., President & Chief Executive Officer
Website allinahealth.org

Allina Health is a not-for-profit health care system based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Allina owns or operates 13 hospitals and more than 90 clinics throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin. In addition Allina Medical Transportation covers 8 regions and over 80 communities providing medical dispatch, 911 pre-arrival instructions, and emergency and non-emergency ambulance response. Allina employed 27,332 employees in 2015. In February 2012, Allina Hospitals and Clinics announced that it was changing its name to Allina Health. Allina's new name is designed to reflect a new mission that shifts the emphasis away from places that people go when they are sick and onto disease prevention and personal vitality.

Hospitals[edit]

Clinic systems[edit]

  • Allina Health Clinic
  • Aspen Medical Group and Quello Clinic are now Allina Health Clinics

Ambulatory sites[edit]

Allina Home Oxygen and Medical Equipment[edit]

Allina Home Oxygen & Medical Equipment has provided oxygen, medical supplies and equipment for clients including children, adults and seniors with varying needs.

Allina Home Care[edit]

Allina Home Care provides support, knowledge and assistance to help keep patients independent in the comfort of home.

Chronic and advanced illness[edit]

Provides services including Care Navigation Help Desk, Advance care planning, Palliative care, Hospice care, & SeniorCare Transitions

Integrative medicine[edit]

Founded in 2003, the Penny George Institute for Health and Healing is the largest health system based integrative medicine center in the United States.

Allina Emergency Medical Services (EMS)[edit]

Allina EMS provides a variety of medical transportation services around the state of Minnesota.

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