Our providers offer primary care services in a variety of settings. Staff geriatricians, nurse practitioners, and pharmacists provide inpatient, outpatient, and nursing facility care. We treat patients with memory problems, incontinence, gait instability, falls, chronic illness, and complex drug regimens, as well as those who are in need of extended care.
We offer the best health care available in a warm, attentive environment, including:
- On-site laboratory and x-ray services
- Nurse available every day to address any health care needs
- Ability to coordinate with home care agencies and rehabilitation programs
- Phone answering service 24 hours a day
- Medication Therapy Management
What we treat
- Sensory impairment
- Pressure sores
- Drug-induced illness and iatrogenesis
Extended Care is for patients residing in subacute care and nursing facilities served by our team. Hennepin Healthcare nurse practitioners and physicians visit patients and provide ongoing medical care as needed. We focus on patients needing rehabilitation after hospitalization and those needing long-term care. We can assist with the coordination of services when using our affiliated facilities.
Caregiver support group
Are you a caregiver of an elder or know of a caregiver who might benefit from education, resources, and the chance to connect with others experiencing similar challenges and emotions? We offer monthly caregiver support meetings for individuals caring for elderly loved ones and friends. Meetings take place at the Parkside Professional Building, Suite 440. Please contact Becky Pihl for upcoming dates, 612-873-9707.
Research and education
The geriatric medicine staff is committed to expanding the fund of knowledge in clinical geriatric health care through ongoing clinical research programs. Senior Care physicians, nurse practitioners, and social workers serve as teachers to students and other physicians to promote knowledge, skills, and sensitivity to concerns of aging.
This is a hospital-based clinic owned by Hennepin Healthcare. Many insurance plans pay for health care services provided in a hospital-based clinic differently than those provided in a doctor’s office. Your insurance may require that you meet your annual deductible and/or require that you pay a percentage of the bill rather than just an office visit co-payment. You should check with your insurance company if you have any questions. Read the Frequently asked questions about hospital-based clinics to learn more.