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Interested in becoming a Hospice volunteer?

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Hospice volunteers come from all walks of life — retirees, homemakers, nurses, farmers, veterans, business owners, and many others. Volunteering is also a great opportunity for couples to work together. The smallest amount of time can make a big difference in the life of a Hospice patient and their family. The role of volunteers is […]

Healthy Aging the focus of spring education series

Redwood Area Hospital is offering a Healthy Aging education series, designed for older adults with the goal of enhancing the aging process and reducing stress. All classes will be held the first Wednesday of the month starting February 5 – May 7 from 2 – 3 p.m. in the Redwood Area Hospital education room. In […]

Adult Grief Support Group begins in February

Redwood Area Hospital will be holding an Adult Grief Support Group on Monday evenings February 3 – March 10, from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. in the Redwood Area Hospital Adult Day Services Room.  There is no cost to participate. The Adult Grief Support Group can offer support, friendship, information and an opportunity to talk or listen […]

Free Diabetes Screenings

Diabetes patient doing glucose level blood test using ultra mini glucometer and small drop of blood from finger and diabetic test strips isolated on a white background.

Redwood Area Hospital Diabetes and Nutrition Center is joining in the fight to stop diabetes in November as a part of American Diabetes Month®. Recent estimates project that as many as one in three American adults will have diabetes in 2050, and an additional 79 million Americans are at high risk for developing type 2 […]

Help decorate the Tree of Lights

Tree of Lights

Every holiday season, the Redwood Area Hospital Hospice Tree of Lights provides a visual reminder of the loved ones we hold dear. This year, Hospice is providing additional opportunity to remember friends and family that have passed away by placing red memorial bows on the tree. “Last year more than 500 individuals were remembered during […]

Redwood Area Hospital supports Veterans: even at the end of life

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As our nation marks Veterans Day on November 11, Redwood Area Hospital is making strides in its efforts to increase Veterans’ access to compassionate, high quality hospice and palliative care for those who are facing serious and life-limiting illness. As part of this effort, Redwood Area Hospital is a part of an innovative program, We […]

Area Legislators Announce MNsure Informational Meeting

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St. Paul – Senator Gary Dahms (R – Redwood Falls), Representative Chris Swedzinski (R – Ghent), and Representative Paul Torkelson (R – Hanska) will host an informational meeting on the state’s new MNsure program Tuesday, November 12. The meeting is sponsored by the Redwood Area Development Corporation and the Redwood Area Hospital and will take […]

Easing the sneezing

Fall allergies

How to survive the fall pollen season We all enjoy the colors of autumn. The leaves start to change, the weather is cooling down, and the fiery beauty of the fall colors come alive. Fall is also the season of weed allergens.  Pollen released by weeds and the harvest pollens of corn, oat, wheat and […]

Hospital offers fall education to support healthy aging

Redwood Area Hospital will resume it’s Healthy Aging education series on September 4th with the goal of enhancing the aging process and reducing stress. “There are many visual aspects of the aging process, such as wrinkles, that we expect as we get older, but there are many internal aspects of our health and well-being that […]

Redwood Area Hospital recognized for efforts to protect patients from influenza

FluSafe Award

Redwood Area Hospital was among 177 hospitals and nursing homes from around the state recognized by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) for achieving high influenza vaccination rates among the facility’s employees during the 2012-13 flu season. Redwood Area Hospital was in the top 25 percent of those recognized. The hospital vaccinated more than 90 […]