Health Care

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Hospitals, clinics, and patient care at the University of Minnesota

Open to the public, providing a full range of health care to adults, children, and animals

Find the care you seek at a wide variety of hospitals and clinics including: University of Minnesota Medical Center, University of Minnesota Health Clinics and Surgery Center, Veterinary Medical Center, University of Minnesota Dental Clinics, Community-University Health Care Center, and affiliated hospital and clinic partnerships across the state. Innovations for patient care happens where physicians, dentists, nurses, pharmacists, and veterinarians in an academic setting develop breakthroughs that redefine health care.

Medical care

Appointments: 1-855-324-8439
Language Assistance: 612-273-3780

University of Minnesota doctors and nurses deliver care for chronic and acute conditions in hospitals, clinics, and long-term care facilities.

Dental care

Appointments: 612-625-2495
Emergencies: 612-273-3000

The University of Minnesota Dental Clinics provide cost-effective dental care for children and adults, including all general dentistry, specialty, and advanced dental services. Anyone can come to our clinics. Each year more than 105,000 patients visit our Twin Cities clinics, and 48,000 to our community-based clinics throughout Minnesota.

Veterinary care

Emergency/After Hours: 612-626-8387
Pets: 612-626-8387
Farm animals/horses: 612-625-6700 

University of Minnesota veterinarians provide care to pets, farm animals, and horses with specialists available in all areas of medicine and surgery, 24/7 emergency care, and urgent care

Community-University Health Care Center

Appointments: 612-301-3433

CUHCC is a community clinic that welcomes patients of every age, race, color, ethnicity and language and has served the community for over 50 years. CUHCC provides medical, dental and mental health care, legal services, advocacy for domestic abuse and sexual assault, and much more—all in one place.

Clinical Trials

Participating in research is one of the most powerful things you can do to be part of tomorrow's health care breakthroughs.