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HealthPartners is a non-profit family of Minnesota health care organizations dedicated to improving the health of our members, our patients and the community.
HealthPartners - Founded in 1957 as a cooperative, HealthPartners is now an integrated healthcare organization that includes a multi-specialty physician group, Level 1 trauma center, medical and dental clinics, and nationally recognized health plan. We are the largest consumer-governed, nonprofit health care organization in the nation, providing health care services, health plan financing and administration, and medical research and education to improve the health of members, patients and the community.
HealthPartners Medical Group - HealthPartners family of care includes an 1,800 physician multi-specialty medical group serving more than 1.2 million patients at HealthPartners clinics and hospitals throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin. Our record of a stable professional staff since 1957 is evidence that we seek to create a rewarding professional environment. Our commitment to improving the health of our members, patients and community is at the center of what we do. We are transforming health care by providing innovative solutions that improve health and offer exceptional patient care at an affordable cost.
The Twin Cities - of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota were recently ranked #1 in the United States for overall quality of life by the Urban Institute of Washington D.C. Our residents are generally healthy, well-educated, and financially sound. In either city, you are just as likely to catch a play or a concert, as you are to hop into a canoe or onto a pair of cross-country skis. Whether you choose to live in the city or the suburbs, you will experience shorter commutes to work and enjoy the sense of community the Twin Cities offer. Minnesota has a long-standing commitment to quality education. Our schools consistently rank among the top in the nation, with great emphasis placed on computer-based education. Minnesota is an outdoor paradise. There are over 949 lakes in the seven-county metro area and approximately 136,900 acres of land set aside for parks, trails, and wildlife management areas. Boasting 22 lakes within its city limits, the City of Minneapolis park system was recently named best in the country by the national Park and Recreation Association. Nationally renowned for their art, music, and theater, Minneapolis and St. Paul are ranked second only to New York City in total theaters per capita, including art galleries, museums and dance companies, and are home to the Minnesota Orchestra and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra. The Twin Cities also host plenty of professional sports action, including the Minnesota Wild (NHL), Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA), Minnesota Vikings (NFL), Minnesota Twins (MLB) and Minnesota United FC.