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Mercy Hospital - Coon Rapids, Minnesota

Ray Sandford receives his ongoing maintenance outpatient electroshock at Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids, Minnesota, about 15 miles north of his residence.


Mercy Hospital in Minnesota: Where Ray receives forced electroshockMercy Hospital
4050 Coon Rapids Blvd.
Coon Rapids, MN 55433

Connection to Ray's case: This is the hospital where Ray receives his involuntary electroshock.

Public position on Ray Sandford's forced outpatient electroshock: Supports forced outpatient electroshock of Ray, and actively engages in the procedure.

Public position in general on outpatient involuntary electroshock over expressed wishes of subject: Endorses involuntary outpatient electroshock.


IMPORTANT NOTE:MindFreedom and Ray endorse nonviolence principles. Even if an individual or agency opposes Ray's human rights, MindFreedom and Ray ask that any communication be civil.

Disclaimer: The information on this page is the opinion of the author, based on reports from Ray Sandford and allies, to the best of their knowledge. If there is any dispute of the facts, please let MindFreedom know.

You can use the Mercy Hospital web site to leave your opinion about Ray's forced electroshock.

Thomas O'Connor is President of Mercy HospitalAddress your message directly to the president /administrator of Mercy Hospital: Thomas O'Connor

Click here to leave a message:

You may phone Mercy Hospital at ph: 763-236-6000

You can try phoning Mr. O'Connor at 763-236-8119. You can leave a voice mail. You can also hit '0' to try to locate him to talk to him personally.

You may e-mail to Tom at  tom.o'

Mercy is owned by Allina Hospitals, the huge hospital chain based in Minneapolis.


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Leah Harris

Leah Harris, a second generation psychiatric survivor, discovered MindFreedom in 2000 when she was 25 years old. Her first act in the mad movement was to tell her story of oppression and resistance, and to help edit stories for MindFreedom's Oral History Project. Since then, she has been working in various ways to help achieve the vision of MindFreedom: an end to all forms of psychiatric oppression, healing of all forms of "normality," and the creation of vibrant, colorful communities that honor and celebrate diversity, difference, and the full range of human experience.
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