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The first patients won’t be seen on the Avera on Louise campus for another few weeks, but more than two years after breaking ground the building is essentially ready for them.
“When patients recognize the people who greet them at the front desk and know where everything is in their local clinic, they are more at ease.” It’s a modern mind-set that has led Avera to locate many services close to where you live.
“I love rolling out a project from the ground up.” Now, Shantel Krebs has two. We talked Avera Academy, Miss America and life after politics.
An Avera researcher has become the first South Dakotan to be named to a board that works to advise the federal government on research regulations and topics associated with the protection of human subjects.
After pay, employees rank insurance as the top benefit that keeps them at a business. Here’s how offering the right plan can be a competitive advantage.
The medical staff at this virtual Sioux Falls-based hospital save lives almost every day. But they can do so only if they can stay connected. Make sure you do your part to help.
“Eating healthy and exercising are employee responsibilities, but creating a healthy environment that fosters good choices is the responsibility of the employer.” Here’s some insight from Avera Heart Hospital on how to do just that.
We’ve got a look inside Avera’s new Human Performance Center, which is definitely taking shape. But a quick peek at the progress is as close as their phone for Avera and Journey Group leaders thanks to new technology being used on site.