United Hospital, the largest hospital in the Twin Cities metro area, is located in St. Paul, Minnesota.
A part of Allina Hospitals & Clinics - a non-profit network of hospitals - it plays a vital role in providing high-quality health care services using advanced medical technologies.
United Hospital traces its roots back to 1855, when Reverend V. Van Ingen proposed the construction of Christ Church Orphan's Home and Hospital.
The hospital moved to its first building in 1877 and was named St. Luke's Hospital. After five years of service, it was moved to Smith Avenue in St. Paul.
In 1972, the hospital merged with Charles T. Miller Hospital to form the United Hospital. A new facility was added to share its services with the Childrenís Hospital.
Riverview Memorial Hospital joined United in 1979, and in the following year, the newly constructed United Hospital and Children's Health Care was dedicated.
Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), United Hospital excels in a variety of medical specialties.
The John Nasseff Heart Hospital, in collaboration with St. Paul Heart Clinic, is one of the top 100 hospitals in the United States.
Effective treatment for neurological disorders is offered at the John Nasseff Neuroscience Institute. Unitedís Cancer Care Services is granted approval by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons.
The Milton M. Hurwitz ExerCare Fitness Center, unique its kind in St. Paulís area, has modern cardiovascular exercise equipment and a wellness library.
A full range of rehabilitation services are provided through the Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute Ė a unit of Allina.
Other facilities include the Breast Center, Vascular Center, Birth Center, Day Surgery Center, Pain Center, Surgical Care Center, and the Menopause Center.
In addition, the hospital offers services in the fields of psychiatry and behavioral health, orthopedics, and integrative therapies.
A special program is organized to serve senior patients, age 62 and older.
Overnight and long-term accommodations can be arranged at the Lipschultz Center Guest Apartments, located just across the street from the hospital.
In addition, there is a gift shop, cafeteria, chapel, and pharmacy.