Conference Attendees

Know Before You Go!

New Location

We look forward to seeing you this Thursday & Friday, October 26 – 27, 2017 for the Many Faces of Community Health conference at Hyatt Regency Bloomington.

The HYATT REGENCY BLOOMINGTON is easily accessible off I-494 (34th Ave S/E Old Shakopee Rd) or a 2-minute walk from  Bloomington Central light rail station (American Blvd/34th Ave Station). Click here for directions: Hyatt Regency Bloomington

Registration

  • General registration will open at 7:30 am and the program will begin at 8:30 am each day.
  • Exhibitors should arrive between 6:30 & 7:00 am on Thursday to be set up by 7:30 am.
  • Registration will be on the main floor of the hotel. Signs and volunteers will direct you as you come in the main entrance.

The following information may help you prepare:

  • Session handouts can be downloaded or printed from the Many Faces website: http://manyfacesconference.org/agenda/session-handouts/ (materials will be added as they are made available).
  • Conference packets (the complete conference program, exhibitor list & locations) will be in a folder rather than a bag.
  • Please bring your own bag to assist you in carrying materials.
  • Wear comfortable shoes & business casual attire.
  • Room temperatures can vary – you may wish to dress in layers.
  • Bring a water bottle for water.
  • Lactation room & gender-neutral restroom will be available.
  • Meditation/prayer room will be located in the Long Meadow Conference Room.
  • There is free parking at the Hyatt Regency Bloomington.
  • Wi-Fi: Wireless internet access will be available. Login instructions will be on the back of your name badge provided at registration.
  • Exhibit Hall is open all day!
  • Thursday from 5:10 pm – 6:30 pm – Networking Reception + Live Music + Refreshments & Cash Bar

Presenter Biographies – Click here
2017 Attendee List  – Click Here

Approximately 350 people attend Many Faces each year: health care professionals, students, staff from FQHCs and other safety net programs, policy makers, and citizens active in community public health. Attendees come together to learn about the impact of health care reforms, ways to advance health equity, and how to apply best practices to the delivery of primary care to the disadvantaged. Numerous health care organizations and companies support Many Faces as sponsors and/or exhibitors, joining with public health and community-based agencies to promote our conference and deepen our impact on Minnesota’s health care safety net providers and patients.

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