Like to stay on top of what’s going on at the hospital? Get the latest alerts automatically from Twin Cities Community Hospital by subscribing to the hospital’s RSS feed.
What Is RSS?
RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication,” a format for distributing and gathering Web content, such as news headlines, blogs, audio and video. Using an RSS feed, you can automatically receive and browse the latest news from various sources without having to constantly visit those sites to see what’s new.
How Do I Access RSS Feeds?
To view RSS news feeds, you must first download and install a software called an "RSS reader," "feed reader" or “aggregator” on your computer or you can access RSS feeds through free Web-based RSS readers, including Google Reader, My Yahoo and MSN. If you choose to install software, a number of news readers are available to download, such as FeedReader (Windows) or RSS Reader (Web-based).
Once you’ve set up your RSS reader, you can subscribe to the Twin Cities Community Hospital RSS feed by:
- Clicking on this RSS icon . Or
- Copying the URL below and pasting it into your RSS reader.
The Twin Cities Community Hospital feed is free of charge. If you’d like to stop receiving our RSS feed, simply remove it from your RSS reader or aggregator.