University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview, is one of the most respected academic medical centers in the nation. We balance responsiveness to patients’ needs with access to innovative treatments and technology, delivering superior health outcomes.
The result is excellence in care delivery across a full spectrum of programs and services from heart transplant surgery to cancer treatment to reproductive medicine and more.
Our partnership with the University of Minnesota Medical School provides the platform to specialize in breakthrough treatments, surgical techniques, lifesaving therapies and other pioneering advances. Together with our partners, we uphold the values of dignity, integrity, service and compassion while caring for the whole person.
World‑class care at University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview, is exemplified through our leadership in providing state‑of‑the‑art patient care. Comprehensive services range from primary and emergency care to the delivery of thousands of babies each year. Areas of specialization include organ and blood and marrow transplantation; heart disease and heart disease prevention; cancer care; neurosciences; and behavioral illnesses.
The medical center is a division of Fairview Health Services, a statewide network of hospitals, community and specialty clinics; home care and hospice services; pharmacies; senior housing and long‑term care facilities.
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Medical Residents: 330
Volunteer Hours: 96,168
Licensed Beds: 1,700 + 64 skilled nursing +168 bassinets
Staffed Beds: 874 (including 60 bassinets)
Patient Days: 208,539 + 4,587 nursery
Average Stay Length: 6.3 days
Outpatient Visits: 237,384 visits + 419,257 encounters
Blood and Marrow Transplant: 900
Obstetrics (West Bank): 2,641
Transitional Services: 743
Intermediate Care: 1,266
Newborn Nursery: 2,285
Acute Rehabilitation: 534
Pediatric Units 5A/B: 2,272
Pediatric Intensive Care: 572
Neonatal Intensive Care: 297
Clinical Research Center: 0
(including sports medicine): 23,395
Solid Organ Transplants: 277
Blood and Marrow Transplants: 252
Emergency Room Visits: 51,490
Radiology Exam/Procedures: 183,863
*Includes adult and pediatric patient data