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Northfield Hospital & Clinics provides a wide spectrum of medical services to residents of Rice, Dakota, Scott and Goodhue counties. Combining advanced technology with personalized, patient-centered care, we strive to create a healing environment where patients feel safe, secure and supported. 

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FamilyHealth flu clinics announced

A flu vaccination is the first and best way to protect against getting this year’s seasonal influenza. FamilyHealth Medical Clinic has established specific dates and times for seasonal flu clinics.

Special evening flu clinics will be held at Elko New Market (952-461-5200) Thursday, Oct. 30, 4:30 to 7 p.m. and at Lonsdale (507-744-3245) Thursday, Nov. 6, from 5 to 7 p.m. Call for an appointment. For dates and times at Northfield, Farmington and Lakeville, go to: familyhealthclinics.org and search the clinic nearest you. More »

Hospital takes precautionary measures

The safety of patients and staff is Northfield Hospital & Clinics’ first priority as it joins hospitals across the country in taking precautionary measures in the event an Ebola case is identified in the community.

While public health officials work to better understand the Ebola virus and to refine the most effective prevention and care protocols, Northfield Hospital is adapting its protocols to be ready should a patient present with Ebola-like symptoms. More »

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Football game to raise breast cancer awareness

Northfield Hospital’s Breast Care Center is sponsoring a “breast cancer awareness” event Wednesday, Oct. 15, when the Northfield Raiders take on the Owatonna Huskies at Memorial Field. Game time is 7 p.m.

All of the Northfield players will be wearing pink socks, and fans are encouraged to wear pink in support of breast cancer awareness. Materials related to breast care best practices will be available in the game programs. More »

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