Minneapolis healthcare facilities damaged during recent protests

June 9, 2020

The Broadway Family Medicine Clinic in northern Minneapolis was one of multiple medical clinics and offices damaged in Minneapolis during recent protests, according to an article on the MedPage website.

Briva Health's Minneapolis office also had some front windows smashed in. Those who broke in also dumped computer monitors onto the ground and threw materials around the break room. 

The Broadway Clinic had most of the damage was to the lobby where a tv and computers were missing.

Fortunately, the pandemic had already pushed most appointments to telehealth, and providers continue to handle those visits virtually. 

Read the article.



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