CHICAGO — Minnesota’s largest not-for-profit health care provider, Allina Health System, enters the market next week with the first piece of its nearly $400 million new-money and refunding issue with a trifecta of upgrades in hand — a rarity for the hard-hit sector.

Allina will hold a retail order period on Monday for its $225 million of fixed-rate bonds and open it up to institutional buyers on Tuesday. Floating-rate series for $114 million and $50 million will follow the next week, according to Laurie Lafontaine, Allina’s vice president of finance and treasury.

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