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M Physicians is the premier multi-specialty academic physician practice established at the University of Minnesota and dedicated to serving the upper Midwest and beyond. 

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From our approach to the application of medical discoveries to our top-tier quality standards and commitment to training future healthcare leaders - we are advancing medicine.

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  • More than 70% of the doctors who practice in Minnesota were trained by M Physicians

  • We provide compassionate care through the promotion of physical and mental well-being

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    We maintain rigorous quality and safety standards

  • We are creating healthier communities through top-tier patient care, cutting-edge research and educational excellence 

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    Physician Recognized by the American Diabetes Association

    Elizabeth Seaquist, MD, a University of Minnesota Physicians (M Physicians) endocrinologist who treats adult patients with Type 1 and 2 Diabetes Mellitus, has been recognized by the American Diabetes Association and awarded the 2019 Lois Jovanovic Transformative Woman in Diabetes Award.

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    Women Innovators Conference

    A professional development summit for female students and professionals to connect the dots between ideas and impact. Featuring workshops, panels and talks from women leaders in the sciences, engineering, business, design and the arts.
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    You’ve Been Diagnosed With Breast Cancer, What’s Next?

    The first step is to meet with a surgical oncologist, who is a surgeon specifically trained in treating cancers. At that visit, the physician will meet with you about the imaging findings, the treatment overview for breast cancer and the next steps.

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    Dr. Paul Orchard Faces Rare Diseases

    The word “rare” often invokes a particular connotation, but rare disease is not as uncommon as many people think. In the United States, a rare disease is defined as a condition that affects fewer than 200,000 people, yet there are thousands of different types of rare disease.

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    M Physicians Talks Flu and Getting Your Vaccine Now

    In the U.S. alone, the Centers for Disease Control estimated that during last year’s flu season (Oct. 1, 2018 to May 4, 2019) there were 37.4 to 42.9 million flu illnesses, and reports across the country show the flu has started even earlier.