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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.

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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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  • 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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    Black Label Movement at TedxMinneapolis

    Black Label Movement was formed in 2005 as a creative laboratory and performance platform for a unique brand of athletic contemporary dance and to develop performers hungry to take it on. Dr. Jon Hallberg worked closely with the company, designing a quarantine and testing strategy (akin to professional athletes) to allow the dance to be filmed without masks and with touching.
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    Providers Utilize GetWell Loop for COVID-19 to Better Assist Patients During the Pandemic

    The GetWell Loop for COVID-19 includes educating patients with the latest information about preventing the spread of infection, setting expectations for their illness course and ensuring they felt supported and cared for––during a time when the health system was undergoing massive transitions in care delivery in response to the pandemic.
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    National Recovery Month Shines a Spotlight on the Importance of Mental Health

    Any medical condition carries with it a host of symptoms, treatments and potential outcomes, but physical ailments can often overshadow the profound impact on a person’s mental health. National Recovery Month works to educate Americans that substance use treatment and mental health services can enable those with mental and substance use disorders to live healthy and rewarding lives.