Eric Hazen, MD
Hospitalist, Internal Medicine
Commitment to Patient-Centered Care
“People with mental illness often face barriers to receiving high quality medical care and are at higher risk for medical complications. I believe all people deserve high quality, compassionate medical care, tailored to their individual needs, despite the barriers they may face. I enjoy using my skill and experience as a primary care physician to connect and partner with patients who are admitted to inpatient psychiatry and advocate for them to receive the best quality of medical care while they are in the hospital and after they leave.”
Dr. Hazen has expertise in providing medical care for patients with psychiatric illness. Prior to his current position, Dr. Hazen was a community primary care doctor for ten years.
- Hazen, E, Coffey, E, Hilden, D, A Medical Hospitalist on the Psychiatry Inpatient Service, Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine National Conference, November 2015.
- Hazen, E, O’Brien, C, Vine, S, Khowaja, A, Bell, T, Awosika, V, Improving management of insulin dependent diabetes in an inpatient psychiatry unit, Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine National Conference, November 2017.
- Hazen, E, Coffey, E, Colon, E, Khowaja, A, Sweet and Low, but not too low: Managing diabetes in an inpatient psychiatric population, Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine National Conference, November 2017.
- University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA
- Internal Medicine, University of Minnesota, Smiley's Clinic, Minneapolis, MN, USA
- American Academy of Family Physicians
- Board certified in family medicine
“When I am not working I spend time with my wife and children. I enjoy gardening, biking, traveling, yoga, meditation and home improvement projects.”