We want to take a moment to say ‘thank you’ from our team. 2016 marked 115 years of serving the community. Your support helped us with the achievements below:
MVNA and Hospice of the Twin Cities’ full integration with Hennepin Healthcare System, Inc. is effective January 1, 2016.
MVNA and HOTC are awarded with Home Care Accreditation from The Joint Commission.
MVNA, a Healthy Families American affiliate, is accredited as a provider of high quality home visiting services for families.
Hennepin County’s four-year $3.5 million grant will expand MVNA family home visiting to suburban areas where need is great.
Wellness Services and Health Fair11 celebrates a decade of giving flu shots at the MN State Fair. This year, 2,141 fair goers were vaccinated.
Nurses deliver over 450 portable cribs to clients to ensure safe sleep environments for newborns.
PCA assessment referrals increase by nearly 20%! PHNs upgrade from paper to digital assessments, saving time and money.
A task force is assembled to convert more external hospice referrals. Refinements are made to the intake process to be quick, seamless and compassionate. Referrals that turned into admissions sees a nearly 15% increase in the fourth quarter as compared to third quarter, and over 10% from 2015.
MVNA and Hospice of the Twin Cities (HOTC) integrated wtih Hennepin Healthcare System, Inc. on January 1, 2016. MVNA is the community care division for Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC) providing over 20 community-based, safety-net programs spanning care needs from prenatal and birth, to chronic disease management, to end of life and bereavement. Programs include home health, hospice, and family health home visiting. MVNA and HOTC staff work with HCMC, community partners and patients in the areas of prevention, hospital follow-up, transitional care, supportive services, public health, and community health initiatives.