Last Thursday of each month
2000 North Ave
Northfield, MN 55057
Board meeting minutes for a given month are available after they have been approved at the following month’s meeting. You may download minutes (PDF format) once they have been posted.
|Sarah Carlsen||Vice Chair||December 31, 2021|
|Richard Estenson||Member||December 31, 2022|
|CC Linstroth||Member||December 31, 2022|
|Charlie Mandile||Member||December 31, 2022|
|Jessica Peterson White||Member||December 31, 2021|
|Fred Rogers||Chair||December 31, 2023|
|Robert Shepley, MD||Member||December 31, 2021|
The City of Northfield Hospital Board oversees the administration, operation and maintenance of all hospitals, convalescent homes, nursing homes or other medical facilities, nor or hereafter owned and operated by the City of Northfield. The board may make such rules, regulations and by-laws concerning the same entities as it may deem for the best interests of such facilities.
The board consists of seven, eight or nine members as determined by City Council. Each member serves a three-year term. The maximum number of consecutive terms is three. Members are eligible for reappointment after one year off the board. Members do not receive monetary compensation.
Special meetings are occasionally called.
For transaction of business at any meeting, a majority of members constitute a quorum. It is desired that members make every attempt to be present at all meetings.
The mayor recommends applications to the City Council based on their interest in maintaining good medical and health services and facilities in the Northfield area, along with willingness to serve and background.
You can apply to more than one.
Applications are also available at:
801 Washington Street
Northfield, MN 55057
Northfield Public Library
210 Washington Street
Northfield, MN 55057
The medical center has spent much of 2020 adapting and responding to the Coronavirus.
Attempting to be a credible source of information for our community, modifying our hospital and clinics to accommodate both COVID patients and non-COVID patients, and working cooperatively with public health and other healthcare providers around the state and the nation to respond to a worldwide pandemic.
Additionally, we have developed new options for providing care for people at a distance, such as video visits and new ways of monitoring the health of our patients.
The fight against COVID-19 is the dominant feature of 2020 for Northfield Hospital + Clinics and unfortunately will continue into the new year.
The clinic in Northfield was simply out of room. The clinic expansion project designed in 2019 was completed in 2020 and is now operational, and we are now seeing patients in this new space.
A major expansion to our Birth Center was underway in 2020. This substantial addition to the hospital was done concurrently with the clinic addition.
New space for moms, babies and families offers new options and comforts for the birth experience.
A wound healing program has been evaluated and approved in 2020 with construction to be complete in 2021. This program will be housed in the lower level of the Birth Center addition. We are expecting to see our first patients early in the second quarter. Patients with difficult to heal wounds will have local access to comprehensive wound care programming, including hyperbaric oxygen chambers.
- Clinic practices continue to grow
- Planned and approved a 4150 sq/ft addition
- Begun construction and expected to be complete by October 2020
- OB practice, specifically deliveries, continues to be a core component of the medical center
- Designed and approved an 8,950 sq/ft addition, plus 7,640 sq/ft shelled space
- Begun construction and expected to be complete by April 2021
- Our strategic partner, Benedictine Health System, Living Community of Northfield completed their senior living project
- Celebrated with a Chamber Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the new, larger location for the Faribault orthopedic and ENT clinic
- Established the Northfield Hospital Foundation