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Our mission is simple: to improve health and well-being in partnership with our members, patients and the community.

As a nonprofit organization, it’s how we approach our mission that sets us apart. We are the safety net hospital for the east metro, providing access to basic health needs and equitable care. We stand up to health issues facing our community, from the opioid epidemic to the stigma attached to mental health. Finally, we are innovators, evolving and revolutionizing care through physician-driven research and data.

What we fund

We support patient care, medical research and the education of health professionals at Regions Hospital and HealthPartners.

What we fund

Ways to give

Give the way you want to. Every donation of money or time makes a difference.

Ways to give

News and events

Learn about upcoming events and the latest research and care developments.

News and events

Our leadership

Meet our staff and volunteer board of directors.

Our leadership

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Your contribution helps provide programs, equipment and services the hospital otherwise couldn’t afford. It helps drive our mission to be the community’s patient-centered hospital of choice.

Learn how you can support research at the new HealthPartners Neuroscience Center.

Learn about the Neuroscience Research Campaign

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After being diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment, a condition that often leads to Alzheimer’s disease, Carmel Ayotte got involved in clinical trials provided by the HealthPartners Center for Memory and Aging. “Hopefully I’m part of something that’s going to benefit a lot of older adults and our children as well,” she said.

One trial Carmel’s involved in is an intranasal insulin study. Developed by researchers at the center, intranasal insulin has been shown to improve memory and functioning in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.

“Our trials are intended to [find drugs] that slow the process of Alzheimer’s disease and other memory disorders,” said Michael Rosenbloom, Clinical Director of the Center for Memory and Aging. “If you could slow the disease by five years, you’d make a huge impact both for the patient as well as from a public health perspective.”

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