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As Minnesotans turn the dial to reopen our economy and return to work and the activities we enjoy, #StaySafeMN practices of physical distancing and use of facial coverings help keep us all safe.

At Welia Health, we have taken a number of steps, in addition to our standard rigorous infection control measures, to ensure our facilities are safe for you and your family when you need care. For updates related to COVID-19, please visit WeliaHealth.org/coronavirus.

Our Rehab Team Misses You

If you’ve delayed seeking care or hit the pause button on your rehab plan, our Rehabilitation team stands ready to get you back on the road to recovery. Review our new policies and procedures and schedule an appointment to come see us in Mora or Pine city.


Child carrying an American flag

Fourth of July Hours

For care over the holiday weekend, count on Welia Health. Our clinics and pharmacies are open on Friday, July 3. Pine City Urgency Services is open from 11am-8pm daily, and our Emergency Department in Mora is open 24/7/365. Wishing you a safe and happy Fourth! 

Hinckley Clinic exterior shot with Welia Health Hinckley sign

Hinckley Clinic Reopens

After three months when clinic services were temporarily suspended due to COVID-19, Welia Health is happy to welcome patients back to its Hinckley Clinic, anticipated to open July 6. Learn more about new procedures and scheduling appointments.

Barn Ennis, CNP

Salute to a Remarkable Career

Barb Ennis, CNP, has cared for countless patients since she first started at Mora Medical Center in 1978. After more than four decades of dedication and service, Barb had decided to retire. Congratulations, Barb, on a remarkable career! Read more about Barb.

Lily, her friend Haley, and Grandma Helen

Lily’s Letters of Love

When Lily Peterson saw how the COVID-19 epidemic was impacting the elderly residents at St. Clare Living community where she worked, she set out to bring some sunshine to those in long-term care facilities. Read the heartwarming story of Lily’s Letters.

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