Where We Practice

We offer two fellowship opportunities. One opportunity is at Bethesda and Smiley's family medicine clinics in the Twin Cities. The other opportunity is at Broadway Family Medicine Clinic in North Minneapolis. All three clinics are certified health care homes.

Bethesda Family Medicine Clinic

Staff member and supervisor at Bethesda Family Medicine Clinic

Bethesda Family Medicine Clinic is a certified health care home located in the St. Paul neighborhood of Frogtown, just blocks from the state Capitol. It employs a diverse integrated care team, including family physicians, behavioral health clinicals (psychology and psychiatry), nursing, social work, care coordinators, and pharmacists. A hallmark of the culture of care at Bethesda is the contributions from the entire health care team and strong interdisciplinary collaboration. Bethesda provides culturally responsive care to a diverse community which includes many underserved, ethnically diverse populations such as Hmong and Karen refugees among other groups.

Smiley's Family Medicine Clinic

Marchion Hinton talks to staff member at Smiley's Family Medicine Clinic

Smiley's Family Medicine Clinic is located in South Minneapolis. It is a certified health care home and recently became a certified behavioral health home. The clinic culture nurtures an environment that values team work. The team includes behavioral health, psychiatry, an on-site pharmacist, physicians, and a nurse practitioner. Smiley's physicians care for a racially, ethnically, and socioeconomically diverse patient population.

Broadway Family Medicine Clinic

Team care of various providers in an office setting at Broadway Family Medicine Clinic.

Broadway Family Medicine Clinic is a certified health care home located in North Minneapolis. Broadway's physicians care for a culturally, ethnically, and racially diverse population, including African Americans, Caucasians, Hispanics, Hmong, and more. The clinic truly embraces an interprofessional team approach to patient care and resident education, including physicians (MDs and DOs), family medicine residents, nurses, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, pharmacists, a dietician, case managers, and community advocates. Fellows co-train alongside residents and receive specific interdisciplinary training in leadership, team-based care, population health, and complex care management.