HealthEast Care System

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HealthEast Care System
Nonprofit Health Care Provider
Industry Health Care
Founded 1986
Key people
Kathryn Correia, President & Chief Executive Officer
Website healtheast.org


HealthEast Care System is a non-profit health care provider organization located in St. Paul, Minnesota and the surrounding suburban area. It includes four hospitals, 14 clinics, medical transportation and a variety of other outpatient services. Founded in 1986, it was named one of the top ten health care systems in the United States by Thomson Reuters in 2009.[1] In May 2017, it was approved for HealthEast Care System and the Minneapolis-based Fairview System to merge.[2]

Hospitals[edit]

HealthEast hospitals include:

Clinics[edit]

HealthEast Clinics provide primary and specialty care services and cover the east metro area of St. Paul, Minnesota. Its 14 locations include:

  • Cottage Grove
  • Downtown St. Paul
  • Grand Avenue, St. Paul
  • Hugo
  • Maplewood
  • Midway, St. Paul
  • Oakdale
  • Rice Street, St. Paul
  • Roselawn, St. Paul
  • Roseville
  • Stillwater
  • Tamarack, Woodbury
  • Vadnais Heights
  • Woodwinds, Woodbury

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