Shailey Prasad, MD, MPH

Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health

Shailey Prasad

Contact Info

Office Phone 612-302-8200

Office Address:
Broadway Family Medicine Clinic
2426 W Broadway Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55411

MBBS, Mysore Medical College (now Mysore Medical College and Research Institute)

Henry Ford Hospital Family Medicine Residency

Fellowship, Henry Ford Hospital (academic medicine)

MPH, University of Minnesota


Shailey Prasad, MD, MPH, FAAFP, is executive director and Carlson chair of the University of Minnesota Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility, Vice-Chair for Education at the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, and associate vice president for Global and Rural Health in the Office of Academic Clinical Affairs.

He is actively involved with undergraduate, medical student, and residency education. He has extensive experience working in underserved areas around the world, from forest tribes in southern India to rural Mississippi, advocating that health is critical to the overall development of an area. He has also been part of research teams in health services research and rural health and is actively involved in developing primary care in various parts of the world. 


Medical education, health care systems, public health and health policy



Justesen K, Prasad S. On-demand pill protocol protects against HIV. J Fam Pract. 2016;65(8):556-8.

Kozhimannil KB, Vogelsang CA, Haldeman RR, Prasad S. Disrupting the pathways of social determinants of health: doula support during pregnancy and childbirth. J Am Board Fam Med. 2016;29(3):308-17.

Slattengren AH, Prasad S, Jarrett J. PURLs: Kidney stones? It’s time to rethink those meds. J Fam Pract. 2016;65(2):118-20.

Kozhimannil KB, Casey MM, Hung P, Han X, Prasad S, Moscovice IS. The rural obstetric workforce in US hospitals: challenges and opportunities. J Rural Health. 2015;31(4):365-72.

Lounsbery JL, Moon J, Prasad S. Assessing collaboration between family medicine residents and pharmacy residents during an interprofessional paired visit. Fam Med. 2015;47(5):397-400.

Nelson SC, Prasad S, Hackman HW. Training providers on issues of race and racism improve health care equity. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2015;62(5):915-7.

Kozhimannil KB, Hung P, Prasad S, Casey M, McClellan M, Moscovice IS. Birth volume and the quality of obstetric care in rural hospitals. J Rural Health. 2014;30(4):335-43.

McCullough JS, Casey M, Moscovice I, Prasad S. The effect of health information technology on quality in U.S. hospitals. Health Aff (Millwood). 2010;29(4):647-54.



  • Primary care, Continuity of care, Community based care

Board Certifications

Family Practice