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"Getting to the Heart of the Matter, A History of Cardiac Care" on Display in Hennepin Gallery thru November 28

“Getting to the Heart of the Matter, A History of Cardiac Care” on display in Hennepin Gallery October 3 through November 28

The Hennepin Medical History Center (Center) will present an exhibit, “Getting to the Heart of the Matter, A History of Cardiac Care,” in the Hennepin County Government Center Government Gallery.

The Center includes two collections, MMC Historical Library, made up of objects and historical information from St. Barnabas, The Swedish Hospital and Metropolitan Medical Center.  The Hennepin Country History Collection preserves and represents the history of Minneapolis City Hospital, Minneapolis General Hospital and Hennepin County Medical Center.

The displays will illustrate the history of cardiac care and the special contributions and innovations by our medical pioneers past and present and our local medical device companies.  The history includes evolution of care, crash carts, pacemakers, resuscitation and emergency medical services.

The Hennepin Gallery is free and open to the public Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., at the Hennepin County Government Center, A-level, 300 S Sixth Street, Minneapolis. The exhibit is sponsored by and a project of Hennepin County Communications.

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