M Health Fairview Clinics and Surgery Center - Minneapolis909 Fulton St. SE
Suite 2-201, Minneapolis, MN 55455Get Directions
Patients experience the same innovative care from world-renowned specialists, but benefit from an enhanced environment and services including:
- Extended clinic hours
- Convenient scheduling
- Easy check-in and check-out, including eCheck-In from home via MyChart
Within the Clinics and Surgery Center, we have both freestanding and hospital-based clinics, which are part of University of Minnesota Medical Center. The hospital-based clinics are noted in each clinic listing below.
Specialties at this Location
Hours, appointments and contact phone numbers vary by service and specialty. Click on the specialty below to view hours:
Directions & Parking
The Clinics and Surgery Center (CSC) is located on the campus of the University of Minnesota. Please give yourself extra time to navigate University traffic, arrive at the CSC, park, and check in for your appointment.
For the best parking options, enter the CSC valet/arrival plaza from Fulton Street where attendants can assist you.
Valet parking hours: Valet parking is available for those with limited mobility Monday - Friday, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
West Lot: Located across from the Clinics and Surgery Center main entrance, this surface lot is a convenient option for patients. Enter on Ontario Street. Parking attendants are available most hours to assist.
Oak Street Ramp: Oak Street Ramp is also available for self-parking. Enter at the Ontario Street SE entrance (one block north of the CSC main entrance). Do not enter the ramp from Oak Street - this entrance is not staffed and is further from the CSC main entrance.
At the Ontario Street entrance, use the center lane designated "M Health Fairview" and park on the ground level in patient-only spaces designated by a white sign that reads "Patient Parking." As you leave your appointment, bring your parking ticket to the first floor Parking and Valet Services desk to pay and receive a reduced hourly rate.
If you have any issues at the Oak Street Ramp, press the call button and inform the attendant that you are an M Health Fairview patient and you will be assisted.
ADA parking spaces: Parking spaces are available for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) - eligible patients. Spaces are available in the West lot, directly across from the CSC main entrance on Ontario Street. Let a parking attendant at the CSC valet/arrival plaza or outside the West Lot know that you are ADA eligible and they will give you access to the lot.
Discounted valet parking rates for long-term parkers: Patients and visitors who make frequent visits to the CSC can save time and money by purchasing a parking pass that can be used for valet parking at the center. Passes are for valet parking only and can only be used for self-parking at the CSC West Lot. These cannot be used at the Oak Street Ramp. For more information, see a representative at the CSC First Floor Parking and Valet Services desk. Parking pass options are:
- Weekly pass: $33, valid for 7 consecutive days from date of purchase.
- Monthly pass: $75, valid for 31 consecutive days from date of purchase.
- Maroon pass: $25, users can enter and exit parking facilities five times. There is no timeframe for use.
Fulton Street Parking Notice: If you self-park at the meters on Fulton Street, please pay close attention to the parking signs. Parking is restricted Monday - Friday:
- From 7 to 9 a.m., there is no parking at the Fulton Street meters.
- From 7 to 11 a.m., there is no parking at the Fulton Street meters from Erie Street to the entrance of the CSC.
If you park at the Fulton Street meters during these times, your car is at risk of being towed.
For questions or concerns with your parking experience, ask for a Valet Services supervisor or manager.
Patient & Visitor Information
The University of Minnesota Clinics and Surgery Center is a new, 342,000-square-foot care facility that opened in February 2016 on the East Bank of the University of Minnesota Medical Center campus. The five-floor facility was designed and developed around the twin principles of innovation and accessibility. To meet that vision, we offer expanded clinic hours and leverage state-of-the-art technology to improve the patient experience. During your visit to the Clinics and Surgery Center, your care is coordinated seamlessly across multiple specialties and your treatment is led by our highly skilled, collaborative care teams.
Inside the Clinics and Surgery CenterThe center houses 37 adult medical specialties, ranging from primary care to neurology to cardiology. In addition to these clinics, the center also includes the following facilities or features:
- An Ambulatory Surgery and Procedure Center
- A retail pharmacy
- Imaging services, including interventional radiology and mammography
- A café with a full service menu for patients and visitors
- 171 spacious exam rooms
- 10 operating rooms in our Ambulatory Surgery and Procedure Center—six of which will be open on day 1—where surgeons can provide surgery for healthy patients who could then be discharged the same day of their procedure.
- 6 procedure rooms, for patients who need minor surgeries or procedures requiring local anesthetic or conscious IV sedation. Examples include vein ablations, cataract procedures and more.
Care ConnectIn the Clinics and Surgery center, our Care Connect system helps care teams easily find patients and each other. Care Connect provides a better staff and patient experience by reducing wait times, and helps us to deliver more personalized care. Patients and staff are asked to wear a Care Badge that helps us know their location within the Clinics and Surgery Center. You will receive a Care Badge at check-in to wear during your entire visit. When your care provider is ready to see you, the badge will allow one of our staff members to find you and bring you to the appropriate location for your appointment. Care Connect reduces patient wait times by alerting clinic staff if a patient has been waiting too long at any point during the visit. During your visit to the Clinics and Surgery Center, you may need to access care at multiple locations within the building. For example, a patient who visits our Orthopaedic Clinic on the fourth floor may need additional CTI or MRI imaging, which is located on the first floor. With Care Connect, our care teams can keep an eye on your progress and be ready for you each step of the way.
Fostering medical innovationClinical research is core to our mission and sets our care apart. The Clinics and Surgery Center was designed to accommodate research, and we hope the facility will help us engage you in the process of innovation and discovery. University of Minnesota’s StudyFinder is a one-stop shop that allows our patients to look up any eligible clinical trials and connect with our research teams. Patients are able to access this tool in Discovery Bars stationed throughout the Clinics and Surgery Center. Be sure to check out our video monitors in the building for news about new research advancements. Don’t worry, our research teams work seamlessly with our care teams to ensure that your experience, should you choose to participate in a research study, is as smooth and convenient as possible.
M Health Fairview Shuttle Information
Shuttles are available for patient and visitor transportation between the Clinics and Surgery Center and other campus locations Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- East Bank Shuttle: This shuttle runs on a continuous loop between three locations on the East Bank: Clinics and Surgery Center, Phillips-Wangensteen Building and the University of Minnesota Medical Center/Unit J – the main hospital building.
- Clinics and Surgery Center, East Bank and West Bank Shuttle: This shuttle stops at the Clinics and Surgery Center, Unit-J (UMMC main hospital) and University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital (South Building) on the West Bank. The shuttle is available at each stop and will take patients and families to the other stops. For ADA assistance, Ronald McDonald House, Hope Lodge, Argyle house and Philips Wangensteen Building, drop off requests can be made by calling: 612-790-5398.
Metro Transit Green Line Light Rail Shuttle:
- The closest light rail stop to the Clinics and Surgery Center is the Stadium Village Metro Station; however, this is a four-to-five block walk from the Station to the Center. There are no shuttles from the Stadium Village Metro Station taking riders directly to the Clinics and Surgery Center.
- Patients who want to use light rail transportation and need shuttle assistance should exit the train at the East Bank Metro Station and walk south on Harvard St. SE until they reach the new Health Sciences Education Center or the University of Minnesota Medical Center/Unit J entrance (the main hospital building), just a little further on Harvard Street.
- For information on Metro Green Line and Metro Transit bus routes and stops, visit metrotransit.org or call the Transit Information Center at 612-373-3333.
The University of Minnesota's Stadium Superblock Circulator East Bank Bus Circulator picks up at Health Sciences Education Center and transports riders to the Clinics and Surgery Center. Patients who walk one block further to the University of Minnesota Medical Center/Unit J main hospital entrance can ride the Patient Family shuttle that departs "on demand."
The Clinics and Surgery Center is designed for you. Community focus groups and conversations with our patients drove many of the design and patient experience features you'll find during your visit.
Before your visit
Please log into MyChart and check the Visits tab to see if you have any Check-In requirements. You may have pre-visit prep like medical history questionnaires to fill out prior to your visit.
You will be greeted at the entrance by a Concierge team member who will direct you through the Covid-19 screening process and direct you to your appointment.
- At your appointment destination, a Clinic Coordinator will check you into your appointment.
- If it’s your first visit, we will ask to take your photo. This helps your care team get to know you and deliver more personalized care.
- You’ll be given a Care Connect badge to wear. This badge allows clinic staff to easily find you when it’s time for your appointment and alerts staff if you have been waiting too long at any point during your visit.
- If you haven’t done so from home using MyChart, you may be asked to complete your pre-visit questionnaires or confirm your current medications on a tablet before you see your provider.
- The Clinic Coordinator will direct you to your appointment waiting lobby.
During your visit
The Fulton Street Café on the first floor offers a great selection of food and beverage options, including sandwiches, salads and snacks.
After your appointment
If you were prescribed a medication, consider using the convenient pharmacy on the first floor and leave with your prescriptions in hand, avoiding an extra stop. You can also sign up to get refills mailed directly to your home.
Before you leave
- Stop by our Parking and Valet Services desk at the north exit to pay for valet or self-parking fees. (If you self-park at the Oak Street Ramp, bring your ticket inside and receive a discounted rate by paying at our Parking and Valet Services desk vs. paying at the ramp exit.)
- Don’t forget to drop your Care Connect badge in the bins at each exit.