Lee Haggenjos

Adjunct Assistant Professor


Lee Haggenjos, MD provides full spectrum family medicine care with obstetrics.  He has worked in Willmar, MN since 2020 at Lakeland Clinic and Rice Memorial Hospital. He aims to improve the health of historically underserved communities and to meet patients where they are to move toward their health goals. He has particular interests in immigrant health, community health, LGBTQ+ care, addiction medicine, POCUS, emergency and hospital medicine, obstetrics and prenatal care, and medical education.

Teaching Summary

RPAP preceptor, Community Instructor Faculty at department POCUS courses

Service Summary

Minnesota Medical Association Equity in Access & Quality – Member

Clinical Summary

Full spectrum outpatient family medicine with obstetrics, labor and delivery, newborn care, inpatient and intensive care medicine, emergency medicine, colonoscopy, vasectomy, inpatient and emergency stabilization procedures, POCUS



Cervantes Institute C1 accreditation- Spanish, advanced professional spoken/written


Doctor of Medicine, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine
Bachelor of Arts, University of Notre Dame
Major: Music Performance and Pre-Professional Studies

Fellowships, Residencies, and Visiting Engagements

North Memorial Family Medicine Residency,
University of Minnesota

Licensures and Certifications

MN Medical License, Minnesota Board of Medical Practice

Honors and Recognition

Feinberg School of Medicine Global Health Initiative Award, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine
North Memorial Family Medicine Residency SPICE Award, University of Minnesota
Martin Lipsky Award for Excellence in Family Medicine, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Rural Physician Associate Program Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Minnesota

Professional Memberships

AMA, AAFP, MAFP, MMA, STFM, Minnesota Doctors for Health Equity, World Professional Association for Transgender Health