An innovative space for patient care

Patients can expect a more personalized experience when the 342,000-square-foot University of Minnesota Health Clinics and Surgery Center opens in late February. 

With a wide range of specialists located in one, easy-to-access location, the center is designed for collaboration and will allow providers to work together seamlessly to meet each patient’s unique needs. 

Most of the outpatient clinics now located in the Phillips-Wangensteen Building on the University’s East Bank campus will move to the new facility, which is just blocks away from I-94. It will house adult outpatient clinics, diagnostic and treatment services, and a same-day surgery and procedure center.

Patients will find the same innovative care from U specialists and will still have access to the latest treatments, technologies, and clinical studies at the new Clinics and Surgery Center — as well as extended clinic hours, more convenient scheduling, and easier parking. 

Research and education at the University of Minnesota fuel the breakthroughs that make care with University of Minnesota Health exceptional. Visitors to the center will be able to see how academic medicine is changing the face of health care, now and in the future. They’ll also learn about biomedical research and clinical studies at the U from digital displays incorporated throughout the building.

University of Minnesota Health Clinics and Surgery Center, Lobby

Published on October 19, 2015

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