UM Physicians Clinics

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Do you need an expert? You’ll find one in just about any medical specialty at University of Minnesota Physicians.

University of Minnesota Physicians is the second largest group medical practice in Minnesota. Its more than 700 physicians and clinical care providers are also faculty members at the University of Minnesota Medical School. The relationship leads to tremendous patient care.

The Medical School's research facilities and teaching resources — combined with the clinical practice — provide the platform for our physicians to specialize in ground-breaking care.

UMPhysicians provides clinical care for a wide range of illnesses and conditions across a variety of specialties, often using a collaborative care model. Its more than 80 clinics cover preventive care to treatment of the most complex diseases.

Featured Clinics

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    Institute for Prostate and Urologic Cancers


    Prostate cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in men, and the Institute for Prostate and Urologic Cancers was created to conquer it.

    Prostate cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in men, and the Institute for Prostate and Urologic Cancers was created to conquer it.

    A collaboration of the University of Minnesota Medical Center and UMPhysicians, the Institute for Prostate and Urologic Cancers provides diagnostic and treatment services in urology, medical oncology, radiation therapy, and support services. We work as a team to provide the best possible care to our patients and their families.

    Visit the clinic's web site to make an appointment or learn more.

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    Mill City Clinic


    Mill City Clinic is dedicated to a healthy community, innovative medicine, and excellence in health care.

    Mill City Clinic is dedicated to a healthy community, innovative medicine, and excellence in health care.

    Conveniently located in the Minneapolis Riverfront District in downtown Minneapolis, the Mill City Clinic offers personal, coordinated care in a small clinic setting with access to a world of talent. Same-day appointments are available.

    The clinic offers a host of clinical options, such as primary care, mental health and psychiatry, pediatric care, and immunizations. The clinic even has on-site laboratory and X-Ray capabilities.

    Visit the clinic's web site to make an appointment or learn more.

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    Blood and Marrow Transplant Clinics


    The Blood and Marrow Transplant Clinic at University of Minnesota Medical Center provides compassionate, coordinated care in all phases of the transplant process: from pre-transplant evaluation and diagnostic testing to immediate post-transplant and follow-up.

    The Blood and Marrow Transplant Clinic at University of Minnesota Medical Center provides compassionate, coordinated care in all phases of the transplant process: from pre-transplant evaluation and diagnostic testing to immediate post-transplant and follow-up.

    Since the program’s inception in 1968, University of Minnesota Physicians have performed more than 3,700 blood and marrow transplants, making this one of the largest and most accomplished BMT programs in the world.

    Clinic services include physician visits as well as visits with a nurse practitioner or physician assistant. We provide compassionate, comprehensive, coordinated care through every phase the transplant process.

    Visit the clinic's web site to make an appointment or learn more.

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    Women's Health Center


    The University of Minnesota Physicians Women's Health Center at University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview has pioneered a multi-disciplinary approach tailored to the health care needs of women

    The University of Minnesota Physicians Women's Health Center at University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview has pioneered a multi-disciplinary approach tailored to the health care needs of women

    Our team of advanced practice nurses, primary care physicians, and specialists works together to provide comprehensive, individualized care.

    With access to the latest breakthroughs in therapy and treatment, our approach to health care meets the needs of women of all ages. Our complete range of services includes: preventive screening, health and wellness education, reproductive health, pregnancy and childbirth, menopause care, gynecologic cancer management, and chronic disease treatment.

    Visit the clinic's web site to make an appointment or learn more.

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    Community-University Health Care Center


    For more than 40 years, the Community-University Health Care Center (CUHCC) has provided primary care services to children and low-income families in south Minneapolis.

    For more than 40 years, the Community-University Health Care Center (CUHCC) has provided primary care services to children and low-income families in south Minneapolis.

    In fact, the CUHCC clinic became a model for innovative clinical and preventive care when many cities were just learning how to offer comprehensive health care to their citizens in need. In 2008, 65% of patients we cared for were people of color, immigrants or refugees. 40% were non-English speaking.

    CUHCC is making Minneapolis a healthier place to live – for everyone. The clinic offers adult preventive health and chronic care, prenatal and family care, pediatric care, dental care, and mental health care.

    Visit the clinic's web site to make an appointment or learn more.

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