MVNA is a non-profit Home Health and Public Health care provider in the Twin Cities Metro Area. Since 1902, MVNA's staff has served people in need of nursing, therapy and other supportive services. MVNA is licensed by the State of Minnesota, certified by Medicare and accredited nationally by CHAP (Community Health Accreditation Program).
In 2012, MVNA served over 15,000 families, conducting more than 58,000 home visits. MVNA also provided 2,160 health screens and close to 90,000 vaccinations.
To enhance our nurses' home visits and respond to our clients' need, we have a project called Community of Caring. We invite the community to become involved in meeting our clients' non-medical needs by donating new items (baby cribs, clothing and a variety of kits).
We also give PCA (personal care attendant) assessments throughout MN.
Mission: The mission of the MVNA is to improve lives at every age through home and community health services.
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