- Farm-to-table in demand at Minnesota State Fair
- Essentia provided 400k hours clinical education in 2013
- Neighborhood Involvement Clinic shuts doors citing MNsure success
A lot of folks decide where to grab dinner based on yelp ratings or cravings. But now there’s a growing group of Minnesotans who choose local restaurants based on if it’s “farm-to-table,” basically, the restaurant buys and cooks local food.
Before it’s seared, the pork belly T.J. Rawitzer is cooking was cured and braised, but before that, it was walking around four-days ago. Read More…
Medical professionals at Essentia Health provided more than 400,000 hours of clinical education to students in the past year.
It’s part of Essentia’s commitment to the future and to ensuring students of today are educated properly for tomorrow’s health care needs. Read More…
A Minneapolis medical clinic is closing, largely because more people are obtaining health insurance through the Affordable Care Act and seeking care elsewhere.
Minnesota Public Radio News reports the Neighborhood Involvement Program provides medical care to thousands of uninsured and underinsured people. Read More…