Throughout its research, education, and clinical practice, FMCH is committed to ensuring that our communities receive the care and services they want and need.

From one of the first in existence to, now, first in the country, the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health remembers the last 50 years and celebrates its future.

Today marks the public launch of the new M Health Fairview brand, a collaboration between the University of Minnesota, University of Minnesota Physicians, and Fairview Health Services. 

U.S. News & World Report recognizes Masonic Children’s for the 12th consecutive year.

An esteemed physician, researcher and educator, Robert A. Good left a tremendous legacy on those whose lives he touched.

Nathalia is involved in her third clinical trial, a decision she says she made in order to help researchers, physicians and patients get the answers they need.

This year, the University of Minnesota, University of Minnesota Physicians and Fairview Health Services took their collaboration to new heights after announcing a five-year partnership that aims to provide a world-renowned healthcare system.

The great thing about milestones (such as our 130th), is that it gives us a place from which to look both backward and forward. In December we will be publishing a booklet celebrating the accomplishments and innovations of our past.

We find that, with the success of medical research and clinical progress, we are faced with a juggernaut of our own making, one that touches every field of medicine, and the one medical condition we all share—aging.

A new report examines efforts to increase American Indian and Alaska Native students applying to and enrolling in medical school after years of slow and uneven growth.