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March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month

Each year, over 2,200 Minnesotans are diagnosed with colorectal cancer.  And sadly, more than 700 die from it.  Colon cancer is in fact the no. 2 cancer killer in the United States as a whole – even though it’s 90 percent curable if caught early. That’s why getting screened for this cancer is so important. The American Cancer Society says regular screenings should start at age 45 for African Americans and Native Americans, who are at higher risk for the disease. And screening should start at age 50 for all other races and ethnicities, since risk increases with age across the board. In Minnesota, though, only 71 percent of the adults who have reached these ages are getting timely screenings.  And screening rates among populations of color are even lower at only 56.2 ... Continue Reading

We are Open

Here for you in this winter wonderland. Hutchinson Health Clinic is open today until 5:00pm and our Urgent Care is OPEN until 7:00pm. ... Continue Reading

Dr. Stuckey shares the importance of Colon Cancer Screening

Ever wonder if colon cancer screening is really necessary? Join us for a free event on Thursday, December 20th at Grace Lutheran Church in Hutchinson to hear Hutchinson Health's Dr. Mark Stuckey share the reasons why everyone should be screened for colon cancer.  ... Continue Reading

December 5th Jewelry Sale

Join us for a jewelry and accessories sale like no other. All items are $5 each.  Wednesday, December 5th from 10am-5pm  Hutchinson Health Main Entrance All proceeds benefit and sponsored by Hutchinson Health Foundation ... Continue Reading

Joe Keilen Always Helping

Thanks Joe for your dedication at work and in life.  This is a great story about Joe who works at Hutchinson Health and in his spare time volunteers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R5pJmI27r9k   ... Continue Reading

Shout out to our Team of Radiologist Technicians

Celebrating National Radiologic Technology Week to recognize the vital work of R.T.s across the nation. This week is scheduled around Nov. 8 to commemorate the discovery of the x-ray by Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen in 1895. At Hutchinson Health we take this opportunity to celebrate all our staff, at our clinics and hospital, that work in all areas of imaging. Pictured is some of our hospital staff that perform imaging tests like MRI's, CT's, 2D/3D mammograms, and ultrasounds to name a few. Shout out to the whole department this week and all year long! ... Continue Reading

Employee Health Fair Tuesday and Wednesday

Employee Health Fair Oct 30th and Oct  31st.  Great opportunity for our employees to check out some healthy recipes, health topics, new services coming to our hospital, winter safety tips, and more. Today until 5pm and tomorrow 7am until noon. ... Continue Reading

October is Sensory Processing Awareness Month…wear orange!

Peds staff

The staff at Hutchinson Health  Pediatric Therapy are  wearing orange to support all families whose children face sensory processing difficulties. If your child needs some extra help, talk to your doctor about a Speech , Occupational Therapy,  or Physical Therapy  referral. ... Continue Reading

Pink Lights at the Cancer Center

night view of the exterior of the cancer center entrance of building

Check out our pink lights at night!  The Cancer Center is part of an initiative to spread awareness during the month of October for Breast Cancer Awareness.  HealthPartners buildings are lit pink all month. This is an annual campaign to equip people with the information and resources they need to spread awareness within their own family and circle of friends. It’s a time dedicated toward helping people understand how prominent breast cancer is and what can be done to help prevent, diagnose, and treat the disease. ... Continue Reading