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The complex, not the physical one, is an uttere mess. Fairview is so callous, impersonal, and corporate that officers are not really acting like humans. They act like adding machines. Not one nurse or doctor actually nursing or doctoring has a good opinion of Fairview. And after a brush with needed medical attention, I say kudos to the doctors and no joy in life for the administration of Fairview. Enjoy the waterford crystal patients paid for you slimy folk.
The U of M Hospital/Parking Ramp was sold to Fairview in 1997.It was called a merge at the time.Within one yrs time all of the U of M management was gone. Also gone was the teaching,research, and progessive culture that was part of the U of M Hospital. It was a great place to work, and be a part of. After Fairview bought the hospital it felt like going back about 15 years in time. Now Fairview which "saved" the hospital has gone back to calling itself the University of Minn Hospital.I don't think the people of Minnesota really know what they lost in 1997.
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