Allina Health to lay off 350 workers, citing ‘financial challenges’

17 July 2023

Allina Health is laying off some 350 workers, according to an announcement from the health system Monday.

In the health system’s statement to MPR News, Allina said it is facing “unprecedented financial challenges,” and said the jobs involved in the layoff are in leadership and non-direct caregiving roles.

Allina Health is a not-for-profit health care system based in Minneapolis. It owns or operates 12 hospitals and more than 90 clinics throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin.

Allina currently employs 28,500 people in both full and part-time positions.

The company said employees who are part of the labor reduction will be offered severance and health benefits, as well as outplacement resources.

Allina said it is following federal and state laws related to the layoffs.

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