Man Shot In South Minneapolis Dies Of Injuries At HCMCThe shooting happened on the 3500 block of Chicago Avenue South prior to 4 a.m. Thursday. It was picked up by ShotSpotter technology.
After Encounter With Boyfriend Led To Administration Of Ketamine, Minneapolis Woman Accuses Hennepin Healthcare EMS And MPD Of Racism"This happened because Max is a 6' 5" Black man," Abby Wulfing wrote in a Facebook post. "I believe that police brutality and racism is more of a health risk to Max than his Type 1 diabetes."
MN Health Care Professionals Gather For 10 Minutes Of Silence In Support Of 'White Coats For Black Lives'On Friday, Minnesota health care professionals joined together for 10 minutes of silence in support of "White Coats for Black Lives."
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Firefighters For Healing Donates $10K To Support Hennepin HeroesA local non-profit is stepping up to help in the fight against COVID-19.
What COVID-19 Symptoms Should People Be On The Lookout For?This week, the CDC added six more signs to its official list of COVID-19 symptoms.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Hennepin Healthcare Launches Clinical Trials On Remdesivir For Treating COVID-19Researchers are studying the safety and efficacy of the drug remdesivir to treat hospitalized patients with moderate or severe cases of COVID-19. It's an antiviral drug previously tested in Ebola patients.
How Do Ventilators Work?“The ventilator works to provide extra oxygen to people who need it and it allows the patients to exhale so that the carbon dioxide can be removed from the body."
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Health Care Systems Prepare For Housing Patients In Stadiums, HotelsAs Minnesota's healthcare system prepares for a rush of patients needing treatment for COVID-19, Gov. Tim Walz said it's possible the state will look beyond hospitals for help.
Hennepin Healthcare: Sharing The Caring
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Experts Answer A Variety Of Common Questions About COVID-19We asked three infectious diseases experts in the Twin Cities to give us their advice on some of the biggest concerns surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19).
Coronavirus In Minnesota: First Responders Prep For Surge In 911 CallsThere are thousands of our neighbors on the front lines of this pandemic, the medical professions at our health departments, hospitals and clinics, but first and foremost are the EMS responders, our police, fire and paramedics.