It is incredibly disappointing when the legislature unites to invest $424 million in the Destination Medical Center in Rochester and then Mayo reduces services in other parts of their service area. I voted for the DMC funding and was very frustrated when the consolidation was announced. I did not expect expansion in Rochester and service reduction in Albert Lea. The DMC was advertised as good for the entire region – the decision to reduce services in Albert Lea appears like Mayo is going back on its word.
Sen. Jim Carlson (DFL-Eagan) and Rep. Sandra Masin (DFL-Eagan) will host a town hall listening session in April dedicated to healthcare.
Doctors, nurses and DFL legislators offer positive health care solution: Universal healthcare needs to be part of the Minnesota legislative debate
ST. PAUL, Minn – At a time of rapid change at the federal and state level, where Republicans are proposing major cuts in health care coverage, Minnesota doctors, nurses and DFL legislators offer a different approach. Chief authors of… Read More »Doctors, nurses and DFL legislators offer positive health care solution: Universal healthcare needs to be part of the Minnesota legislative debate