St. Paul Hospital

Find St. Paul Minnesota hospitals, children's and pediatric centers, patient care & medical facilities, urgent care, emergency room, ambulance, and EMS emergency services. Hospitals provide information on patients, healthcare, medical procedures, doctor visits, and medical insurance.

Bethesda Hospital (HealthEast Care System) 559 North Capitol Boulevard St. Paul MN 55103 651-232-2000

Bethesda Rehabilitation Hospital 2512 7th Street West St. Paul MN 55116 651-326-1000

Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare 200 University Avenue East St. Paul MN 55101 651-291-2848

Regions Hospital 640 Jackson Street St. Paul MN 55101 651-254-3456

St. John's Hospital 1575 Beam Avenue St. Paul MN 55109 651-232-7000

St. Joseph's Hospital 45 West 10th Street St. Paul MN 55102 651-232-3000

United Hospital 333 North Smith Avenue St. Paul MN 55102 651-241-8000

About St. Paul Hospitals

St. Paul Hospitals are health care institutions that provide medical and surgical treatment in St. Paul, MN. Hospitals in St. Paul provide emergency care in response to injuries and sudden or severe illness, laboratory and other diagnostic services, scheduled surgeries, labor and delivery services, inpatient treatment, and recovery services. Hospitals also offer a range of support services including prescription services, family support, counseling, and home nursing services.

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St. Paul Acute Care Hospitals

The vast majority of St. Paul Hospitals in are Acute Care Hospitals, which provide short-term care for illness, disease, injury, or surgery. Less than 10% are Long-Term Care Hospitals, which treat chronic illness, provide rehabilitation services, and offer psychiatric care.

Teaching Hospitals in St. Paul, MN

St. Paul Teaching Hospitals are Hospitals affiliated with a medical school. Teaching Hospitals have a shared administration with the medical school and provide opportunities for the education and training of medical students, residents, and interns. Hospitals affiliated with St. Paul medical schools also conduct research projects and trials.

Specialty Hospitals

Some St. Paul Hospitals provide highly specialized health services. These Hospitals are called Tertiary Hospitals, or Specialty Hospitals. St. Paul Specialty Hospitals specialize in areas of care such as neonatal intensive care, trauma services, and cardiovascular surgery. Most Tertiary Hospitals are also Teaching Hospitals. St. Paul Children's Hospitals serve children and adolescents exclusively.

Hospital Systems in St. Paul

St. Paul System Hospitals are Hospitals that are centrally administered as one part of a broader group of health care facilities, or a Hospital System, usually as the result of a merger or acquisition. The Hospital system is typically comprised of one or more Hospitals, as well as satellite facilities and specialized facilities. St. Paul Network Hospitals are similar in that they collaborate and cooperate with other health facilities and health service providers. However, in a network, the Hospitals and other service providers are administered independently. Hospitals in may also be either for-profit or non-profit.

St. Paul Public Hospitals

Public Hospitals are run by Federal, Minnesota State,, or local governments. The U.S. Veterans Administration operates numerous hospitals as part of its extensive health care system. Other Federal agencies that operate St. Paul Public Hospitals include the Department of Defense and the Department of Health and Human Services.