SlimDown Competition
Weigh-In January 5 from 3-7p.m.
District One Hospital Surgery Center Lobby
Corner of 6th Avenue SE and 1st Street SE
Form a team of 4 or 5 people for our weight loss challenge! Team Fee: $25. Team prizes!

Smoking Cessation Class
Mondays January 12 through February 23 (7 sessions).  Cost $50 per person, call 507.331.5061 to register.

Starting Together, Childbirth Education Classes 
This 4-week prenatal class to educate pregnant women and their partners about labor and delivery. Classes are recommended for expectant mothers who are 23-32 weeks gestation and should ideally be completed by 36 weeks gestation. Mothers planning for delivery at a facility other than District One Hospital are welcome to attend. Registration fee $60. Please call 333.5518 for class times and to register.
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  • District One Hospital and Allina Health Affiliation Agreement
    Faribault, Minn., and Minneapolis, Minn. –District One Hospital and Allina Health continue to take steps toward District One Hospital becoming part of Allina Health on January 1, 2015.

  • Lymphedema Treatment
    Annie Albrecht ,OTR, PTA is now lymphedema certified and has been seeing patients with lymphedema since early September.

  • New Nuclear Medicine Suite
    District One Hospital Auxiliary donates $25,000 for nuclear medicine suite and improved patient experience.

  • Emergency Department Trauma System Review

    Congratulations to the ED! In a recent Trauma System Review report, the following comments were made, “In almost all respects this is an exemplary level IV trauma hospital reflecting the skill and dedication of administration and clinical staff, strengthened by the support of the institution.”


‘Tis the Season for Merry Maintenance
Posted on 12/04/2014

Food swaps to help you get through the holidays without gaining weight
It’s that time of year, the time of year when a typical American packs on seven pounds during the holiday season. Will you participate in this trend or choose to maintain your current weight during the holidays?  One way to reduce weight gain is to use substitutes for foods that are high in calories, fat and sugar. Often times, this can be done without sacrificing flavor and texture. Here is a list to get you started on healthier eating.  Happy holidays!  Brianna Gustafson, Wellness Coach 507.331.5061
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