University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview (UMMC)
This 432-bed hospital, completed in 1986, overlooks the Mississippi River on the East Bank of the University of Minnesota's main Minneapolis campus. A major regional and national referral center, it draws more than 50% of its patients from outside the Twin Cities. Over 20,000 surgical procedures and 500 solid organ transplants are performed each year.
Minneapolis VA Medical Center (VAMC)
This 845-bed hospital, completed in 1988, occupies seven acres near Fort Snelling and the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. As the tertiary referral center for veterans in all of Minnesota, parts of the Dakotas, northern Iowa, and western Wisconsin, it provides all levels of medical, surgical, and short-term psychiatric care.
Established in 1872, Regions Hospital is a leading, full-service, private hospital with a Level I Trauma Center. Providing outstanding medical care, with special programs in heart, cancer, behavioral health, burn, emergency and trauma, the hospital serves St. Paul and its surrounding communities.
A 426-bed facility, Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital is recognized as an area leader in cancer care, cardiovascular services, maternity care and neurorehabilitation medicine. The hospital's 24-hour emergency center treats 46,000 patients a year.
North Memorial Medical Center
Founded in 1954, North Memorial Medical Center is a Level I Trauma Center and the only major independent health care provider in the Twin Cities. With 518 beds, North Memorial has provided more than 50 years of service to communities in the northwest metropolitan and throughout Minnesota.