We proudly partner with the U.S. Fire Administration on the "Fire is Everyone's Fight" initiative. Learn more about becoming an affiliate here.
We are proud to be the founding creators of the "Community Health Tool Box" that provides the educational tools necessary for Fire/Public Safety Divisions to be successful providing Community Health Programs, with a focus on Health Equity for access to care and services to our most vulnerable and historically under-served populations.
Program Directors building Health/Hospital Systems partnerships for Community Home Based Care, Hospital at Home, Healthcare Home and Home Care/Hospice Graduate Programs.
Our Care Coordination model serves as the basis of our Community Health Programs building a space for Community/Public Health Collaborations.
Co-Founders of the Community Health Alliance MH Co-Responder Programs with Lee Carlson Center.
Co-Founders in the SLPFD Community Health Alliance which serves as a model for other FD/Public Service Agencies..
Collaborative partnership with Goodrich Pharmacy, Park Nicollet and Cub Pharmacies can provide a medication check-ups in clinics, stores and home.
Collaborative partnerships with Home Care Agencies to offer a variety of options and choices for care and service connections.
Our Medical Directors and Twin Cities Physicians strengthen our communities by visiting seniors where they live.
Program Directors for safe home post ED/Hospital and TCU discharge visits with partnering fire departments.
Designated St Louis Park EOC Senior Care Liaisons for Community Health/Public Health Collaborative Initiatives in LTC, SNF & Assisted Livings.
Partnering with State, County & Metro Health Coalitions to reduce barriers with public health efforts in long-term care. Advocating for community health partnerships for infection prevention and emergency preparedness and education.
Partnering with the MN Board on Aging, Leading Age, Care Providers, MN State Fire Marshals Division, and AARP to call community health forums/health fairs, Senior Fall Prevention Classes in a joint Community Health Commitment for Building Age-Friendly Communities in MN.
We have created a Long Term Care COVID Binder that works alongside the Sites Emergency Preparedness Binders. Working alongside MDH, County Public Health, Metro Health Coalitions, and our Emergency Command Centers our St Louis Park Long Term Care Group were acknowledged as the creators of the COVID LTC Road Map that MDH and Co Public Health Agencies use today. We are incredibly proud of the collaborative work that will now benefit all LTC, SNF, and Senior Housing Communities to address infection prevention and help reduce the risk of community virus outbreaks.
As we return to find our new "normal" with COVID. Both the City of St Louis Park and Fridley Fire Departments work closely with our Care Coordinators and Program Directors for guidance to ensure our Community Health Alliances are providing safe discharge plans where the reliance of community resources are used appropriately and staff is educated on proper alignment of those resources on how we work together with the care teams to follow the patients through their transitions of care in our communities. This creates resilient communities able to focus on community risk reduction.