Careers

Careers

Family Medicine Residencies

HealthEast offers family practice residency programs through the University of Minnesota’s Family Practice Resident Program. Residents are based at either our St. John’s or St. Joseph’s hospital, each of which has a long history of providing high-quality, patient-centered health care. From administration to the medical staff, our hospitals offer collaborative learning environments for hospital residents. We’re here to teach, listen and lend you a hand, ensuring you’ll have the confidence and clinical skills needed to deliver compassionate care for your patients and their families.

Working with the full-time, dedicated hospital teaching service, other family physicians and a variety of specialists, you’ll have access to a range of patient and case experiences, and the opportunity to learn the latest techniques from some of the best providers in the field.

Each of our programs offers a unique experience. St. John’s is a community hospital with a family medicine base of admitting physicians, an active emergency room and busy maternity care suite. St. Joseph’s is a technically sophisticated facility, home to HealthEast’s Heart Care, Neurosurgery, and CyberKnife Center.

In addition, both residencies offer many exciting off-site rotations, including inpatient and emergency pediatric rotations at Children’s Hospital, training at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation addiction treatment center, and sports medicine experience.

At HealthEast, we are passionate about health and wellness, and we value personal and professional life balance. We offer social and personal support – such as a humane call schedule and the ability to schedule your own vacations – so that as a resident, you can live life better. 

> Learn more about the St. John’s Hospital residency
> Learn more about the St. Joseph’s Hospital residency

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