Jon Hallberg, MD

Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health

Jon Hallberg

Contact Info

Office Phone 612-338-1383

Office Address:
University of Minnesota
516 Delaware St. SE
6-170 Phillips-Wangensteen Building
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health

Director of Philanthropy, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health

Medical Director - Mill City Clinic

MD, University of Minnesota

Residency, University of Minnesota Smiley’s Family Medicine Residency (now University of Minnesota Medical Center Family Medicine Residency)


Jon Hallberg, MD, is medical director of the award-winning, innovative University of Minnesota Physicians Mill City Clinic and also serves as M Physicians Crescent medical director. He also founded, directs, and hosts Hippocrates Cafe, an ongoing series of events that explores health care topics using professional actors and musicians. Hallberg serves as the director of philanthropy within the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health and is a regular medical analyst on Minnesota Public Radio’s Hallberg's Picture of Health. He also manages the Fisch Art of Medicine Student Awards, which enables University of Minnesota medical students to explore the arts. In 2018, Dr. Hallberg was inducted into the AHC Academy for Excellence in Health Care Practice.


Clinical innovation, health communication, translational medical humanities, performing arts medicine, performance-enhancing substance use in athletes

Awards & Recognition

Professional Associations

AAFP, MAFP, PAMA (Performing Arts Medicine Association



Hallberg, JS. Paging Steve Jobs: Can someone build a better EHR? Minnesota Medicine. 2013;96(9):60.

Hallberg, JS. Books that rock our world. Minnesota Medicine. 2010;93(7).

Hallberg, JS. The clinic 2.0. Atrium: The Report of the Northwestern Medical Humanities and Bioethics Program. 2009;7:19.

Hallberg, JS. May I have your attention? Confessions of a reformed PowerPoint user. Minnesota Medicine. 2009;92(1).



  • Primary care, Performing arts medicine, Health communication, Innovation in medicine


Mill City Clinic

Board Certifications