The University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview is located in the health sciences complex on the University of Minnesota East Bank Campus in Minneapolis. The Medical Center is a state-of-the-art general and subspecialty care facility with 743 beds. The University services have a workload of 22,500 surgical specimens, 2,500 blood and bone marrow evaluations, 5,000 dermatopathology specimens, 59,000 cytopathology cases, 165 autopsies and over 2,700,000 clinical pathology assays annually. The Medical Center also has an active on-site blood bank donor center.
Sister organization for University of Minnesota Medical Center, laying just across the Mississippi River from the main campus hospital. This facility provides special experience in meeting patients’ primary care needs, and more complex care for those patients needing secondary and tertiary services.
Hennepin County Medical Center (a 360-bed county medical center) has 8,200 surgical specimens, 1,400 blood and bone marrow evaluations, 18,000 cytopathology accessions, 108 autopsies, and more than 1,800,000 clinical pathology assays. Residents also rotate at the Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office, which provides death investigative services and performs more than 550 forensic autopsies per year.
The Veterans' Affairs Medical Center has a 361-bed capacity in addition to a full spectrum of clinics. This medical center has over 11,500 surgical specimens, 4,300 Cytopathology cases, 300 bone marrow evaluations, 2,450 peripheral blood smear evaluations, 60 autopsies, and more than 2,380,000 clinical pathology assays.
Abbott Northwestern Hospital is a 642-bed community hospital with 16,500 surgical specimens, 500 blood and bone marrow evaluations, 89,200 cytopathology accessions, 84 autopsies, and 230,000 clinical pathology assays per year.