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University of Minnesota Physicians (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.


We are leading some of the most significant healthcare innovations in the country.  Check out our story

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    M Physicians Clinics

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    Patient Visits Per Year

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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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    Learning About & Living With Testicular & Prostate Cancer

    M Physician’s Christopher Weight, MD, has spent almost 20 years studying and treating urology and urologic cancer. His father was diagnosed with prostate cancer during his residency so he knows the trickiness of the topic firsthand. He got into the field because urologic cancers—testicular, prostate, kidney, and bladder—are treatable and very often curable. But, ignoring the issue, he says, is when real problems occur.  
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    Mpls.St.Paul Magazine Recognizes 2020 “Top Doctors: Rising Stars”

    This year, Mpls.St.Paul Magazine’s 2020 “Top Doctors: Rising Stars” included 94 University of Minnesota Physicians (M Physicians) doctors across 35 specialties. All candidates are evaluated on numerous factors, including professional achievement, review by an expert panel, research and disciplinary history.
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    Drawing On Patients’ Inner Strength to Treat Psychosis in Young Adults

    Psychosis can include hallucinations—seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting or feeling something that is not real—paranoia, delusions or disordered thoughts or speech. For the estimated 100,000 adolescents and young adults who experience a first episode of psychosis each year, the symptoms can be confusing and downright frightening.
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    Fateful Colon Cancer Screening May Have Saved a Patient’s Life

    “One of the most important things we can do in medicine is to raise awareness about cancer screening. Colorectal cancer screening saves lives. We’ve seen a reduction in mortality based on screening efforts." - Dr. Shahnaz Sultan, M Physicians gastroenterologist
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    Helping Cure Sleep Disorders Is More Than a Dream

    Sleep disorders are more common than you might think, affecting more than 50 million people in the United States. Problems range from disrupted sleep schedules to snoring, insomnia to sleep apnea and worse.