Cambridge Medical Center
Allina Health is pleased to announce that Gary Shaw has accepted the position of Cambridge Medical Center president. Shaw is currently a hospital leader in Anchorage, Alaska. He will assume his new position in Cambridge on May 6. “Gary impressed those he met during the interview process with his d...Read More
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Reach Out and Read has given over 40,000 books to children ages six months to five years at the Cambridge Medical Center. In the exam room at a child’s well care visit, the primary care provider gives the child a new, developmentally appropriate children’s book to keep. The doctors and nurses ha...Read More
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Cambridge Medical Center distributed more than 100 bikes to families on Saturday, Dec. 1, as part of their partnership with Free Bikes 4 Kidz, a nonprofit organization geared toward helping all kids ride into a happier, healthier childhood by providing bikes to those most in need. In October, Allina...Read More
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This year, 160 bikes were donated as part of the Free Bikes for Kids program of Cambridge Medical Center. Pictured from left, Tom Connolly and KC Bohn at Outdoor Edge will donate their time to repair the bikes, which will be given to families that are living no less this holiday season. The distribu...Read More
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Peoples Bank of Commerce recently made a $50,000 donation to the Cambridge Medical Center Foundation for the medical center’s Emergency Room building project. The $50,000 donation funded the Family Waiting Room, a private space for families of critically ill patients to gather and be close to thei...Read More
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The Cambridge Medical Center will be joining students from Cambridge Primary and Intermediate School to walk to school on Wednesday, Oct. 3, along with parents, teachers and other community leaders. The event will begin at 7:30 a.m. with kids, parents and community leaders walking from Cambridge Med...Read More
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