Jeffrey Woods, third-year medical student at the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine, shares about the Street Medicine Selective in Rochester, Minnesota, and how the power of community and collaboration can make an idea come alive.
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Earlier this week, MAFP member and former Minnesota House Representative Alice Mann, MD, MPH, joined a group of Minnesota physicians and health care workers from across the state at Hennepin Healthcare Clinic & Specialty Center in Minneapolis. The group shared stories to help shed light on what’s happening in Minnesota hospitals (with the current surge and capacity and workforce issues) and asked Minnesotans to, once again, help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Read More MN Physicians Urge Minnesotans to Get Vaccinated
Minnesota Help Me Connect is an online service navigator that helps physicians/clinicians connect pregnant and parenting families with young children (birth-age 8) with services in their community that support healthy child development and family well-being.
Read More Online Navigator Connecting Patients With Young Kids With Needed Services
The Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians encourages the use of a health equity impact assessment before hospitals, clinics and health systems make changes to where and how they deliver care, especially when they serve communities disproportionately impacted by health disparities.
Read More Health Equity Impact Assessment Needed
We talked with past MAFP President Keith Stelter, MD, MMM, about the St. Peter Community Free Clinic—how it’s filling a need in the community of St. Peter and what a recent grant from the American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation means to its operations.
Read More St. Peter Free Clinic Filling Gap in Care