North Memorial Where We Practice

Clinic

Broadway Family Medicine Clinic

Broadway Family Medicine

We have a saying at Broadway Family Medicine Clinic: “The community makes us relevant.”

We put our patients and community first in order to maintain a rich learning environment.

Broadway is a health care home that has been serving North Minneapolis for more than 40 years.

Some of our features and services

  • Hmong interpreter on-site and a Hmong women's support group
  • Bimonthly colposcopy clincs
  • Weekly sports medicine clinics
  • Medication therapy management
  • Group prenatal visits
  • A patient advocate

Our patient population

  • African Americans
  • Caucasians
  • Hmong
  • Hispanics
  • Native Americans
  • Somalis and other African immigrants

Our community outreach and support activities

Facilities

  • Electronic medical record fully integrated with hospital
  • 32 exam rooms
  • OB ultrasound and fetal monitoring on-site
  • Musculoskeletal ultrasound
  • Laboratory and x-ray services on-site
  • Osteopathic manipulation rooms with adjustable tables
  • Two procedure rooms
  • 1,000-square-foot residents' room with print and electronic resources
  • Counseling room for behavioral therapy

Hospital

North Memorial Health Hospital

Doctor and resident with a newbornNorth Memorial Health Hospital is a primary care focused tertiary care center where family medicine is the only full-time residency present. Family medicine is also the largest specialty on staff.

  • Level I Trauma Center (one of three in the Twin Cities) and Level III NICU
  • High-risk maternity care with a 14% C-section rate
  • High-volume trauma care, with ER serving as a regional trauma center
  • Family medicine is the largest specialty in the hospital

Learn more about North Memorial Health Hospital

Community

The ladder

North Minneapolis is a medically underserved area, with a rich and troubled past, facing exciting prospects for the future.

Learn more about North Minneapolis by watching "Welcome to North" by Chitwood Media.

Our clinic cares for a culturally, ethnically, and racially diverse population, including African Americans, Caucasians, Hispanics, Hmong, Native Americans, Somalis, and other African immigrants.

Outreach

Mentoring and education

  • The Ladder, a mentorship program for underprivileged kids interested in health careers
  • CHAT, a program-sponsored interprofessional education series, explores the social determinants of health
  • Urban Area Health Education Center, stimulating interdisciplinary education and community involvement

Community engagement

As part of our commitment to community, we sponsor and participate in several events:

  • Weekly farmers market
  • Festival for Fathers
  • Minneapolis Urban League Family Day
  • Fit 4 Fun
  • Harvest Festival
  • Open Streets Minneapolis