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HealthLines Summer 2014
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Women's Choice Award - obstetrics


What's new at St. Joseph's Area Health Services

CHI St. Joseph’s Health receives a $175,454 grant for violence prevention

CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health has been awarded a $175,454 three-year grant to support violence prevention efforts in area communities.

The grant is provided by the Mission and Ministry Fund of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) and supports programs focusing on decreased youth bullying.

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Posted July 9, 2014

Free weight-loss education session set in Fargo

If you’re serious about weight loss and would like to learn more about surgical and non-surgical solutions, there will be a free, weight-loss informational session from 6-8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 15 at the Ramada Plaza & Suites in Fargo, ND.

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Posted July 15, 2014

Children benefit when fathers are involved

Summer’s hot. Let us do the cooking for a finger-lickin’ feast and fundraiser to benefit CHI St. Joseph’s Health Hospice.

Now in its 27th year, the CHI St. Joseph’s Health Hospice Chicken Dinner will be held from 4:30-7 p.m. Friday, July 18 at the Park Rapids American Legion Club.

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Posted July 9, 2014

Free weight-loss education event coming to Park Rapids

We have really been experiencing some amazing things at the Hubbard County FATHER Project in recent months.

This past spring, the FATHER Project and CHI St. Joseph’s Community Health earned a Minnesota Hospital Association Community Benefit Award. We celebrate the fact that more than 100 local dads have reconnected with their children, become employed, and pay child support.

Another reason to celebrate is the fact that we have had another parent group graduation (pictured below).

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Posted July 2, 2014

Plan ahead for traffic

Each year, speeding is a leading fatal crash factor in Minnesota resulting in hundreds of deaths and life-altering serious injuries.

These tragedies are so common and yet so preventable. As drivers, we can’t put our schedules ahead of everybody else’s safety. We need to plan ahead for traffic and recognize that being late to our destination is better than not making it at all.

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Posted June 25, 2014


Women's Choice Award - obstetrics
Women's Choice Award - obstetrics


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News Archives

Hospital to be renamed CHI St. Joseph’s Health


Free weight-loss education session set in Fargo


ATHER Project earns state Community Benefit Award


FATHER Project celebrates leadership graduates


Oh, yes you can prevent diabetes


St. Joseph’s recognized for its work in Obstetrics


Diabetes patient will educate peers on taking control


St. Joseph’s donates $2,000 to Kinship


Seat belt use on the rise in northwest Minnesota


Father credits program for helping his family


Personal training, new services offered at St. Joseph’s


Proud dads graduate from the FATHER Project


Plan a safe, sober ride


I CAN Prevent Diabetes


Who is at risk for prediabetes?


Prediabetes Facts


Our daily lives are not measured by how we live, but by how we give