Patient Care

10,000 Minnesota doctors were asked one simple question: If you, or someone you loved, needed medical attention, who would you recommend? More than 200 physicians representing the University of Minnesota Medical School made that list.

Today, the University of Minnesota, University of Minnesota Physicians and Fairview Health Services announced approval of an agreement to create a nationally-renowned academic health system.

Hyundai's Hope On Wheels Foundation to present UMN physician and researcher with Hyundai Hope Scholar Grant

“It’s so easy,” Chris says. “How many times in your life do you have the opportunity to save someone’s life?”

Last week, Doctors Without Borders came to Coffman Memorial Union Theater for a panel discussion on life as a refugee and how university doctors and students can get involved. 

Dr. Douglas Yee, director of the Masonic Cancer Center, spoke with Kerri Miller, news host for MPR News, to discuss how cancer treatments have changed over the years.

The Masonic Children’s Hospital was featured due to its attention to patient's mental health, among many other focuses of care.

The Great Minnesota Get Together is right around the corner! This year, 17-year-old Nate Gfroerer and his family will be among the crowd for a very special reason- the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Blood and Marrow Transplantation (BMT) program at University of Minnesota.

The University of Minnesota Medical Center Cancer Care program is ranked 33rd nationally in this year’s rankings, improving from last year’s spot as 37th.

Since the hurricane, a group of University of Minnesota Medical School physicians, students and staff have organized efforts to help the island, including several mission trips to provide supplies and medical expertise.