Medical Education and Training

Training Tomorrow's Healthcare Leaders

Why choose Hennepin Healthcare for your graduate medical education? Since our founding more than 120 years ago as the state’s first teaching hospital, we’ve maintained a tradition of excellence in both education and patient care. We simultaneously treat the region's most critically ill and underserved patients and produce some of the most sought-after professionals in the nation.

With more than 60 specialty care centers, neighborhood clinics, and a hospital campus that spans five city blocks in downtown Minneapolis, we're much more than a typical hospital. Our healthcare system receives national recognition for care quality, advanced technology, clinical research, and academic programs. Since 1996, we’ve been named one of "America's Best Hospitals" by U.S. News & World Report.

All our residency and fellowship programs are approved by national accrediting organizations, including the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education(ACGME), the Council on Podiatric Medical Education(CPME) and the Commission on Dental Accreditation(CODA).

Upcoming Conferences

Registration is now open for Trauma: Life in the ICU Conference 2018.
The Surgical Intensive Care Unit and Hennepin Healthcare are proud to invite you to attend the 17th annual Trauma: Life in the ICU conference on Friday, April 20, 2018 at the Doubletree Hotel Minneapolis-Park Place. This all-day conference is intended for RNs and other healthcare professionals practicing in critical and trauma care. Many topics will be covered, including hypovolemic shock & mass transfusion, identifying child abuse, unique donation cases, coping with trauma, traumatic brain injury & cardiac trauma, and multisystem organ failure, and more! We hope to see you on April 20th. Register now!

Graduate Resources

Training Tomorrow’s Healthcare Leaders

Residency Programs

Accredited Residency Programs

Fellowship Programs

Distinguished Fellowship Options

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