Methodist Hospital About Us
Nationally-recognized care, close to home
Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park is renowned for high quality patient care, close to home. Recognized as an area leader in cancer, neurology, cardiovascular and maternity care, our team of experts is highly trained to provide personalized treatment for you and your family.
Providing top specialty care

Our combined hospital and specialty center campus is home to experts in over 50 specialties and has been recognized for award-winning care. Some of our specialty centers include:

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Facing cancer takes a team of top oncologists, radiologists, nurses and more. Frauenshuh offers award-winning diagnostics, treatment, care and support for patients with cancer and their families.
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The latest treatments and technology along with a knowledgeable care team by your side. At Park Nicollet, patients receive compassionate care from our highly-specialized heart and vascular team.
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From our expert care teams to our comfortable, state-of-the-art labor, delivery and recovery suites, our Family Birth Center delivers an exceptional experience for mom and baby.
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Our highly-trained emergency medicine doctors, nurses and other experienced team members efficiently and effectively treat medical emergencies that include life-threatening conditions and traumatic injuries.

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Methodist Hospital then and now
Then
  1. We were founded in 1892 as Asbury Methodist Hospital, a 32-bed facility in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  2. When the new Methodist Hospital was built in St. Louis Park in 1959, we didn’t have a 24-hour emergency department or dedicated birth center.
  3. In 1977 we launched one of the first five Parkinson’s disease Information Centers in the nation. Today, it’s Struthers’ Parkinson’s Center.
  4. We were one of the first hospitals to begin using a digital medical record in 2004.
Now
  1. We have grown to a 426-bed hospital that admits more than 30,000 patients annually.
  2. There are nearly 50,000 emergency center patients treated each year.
  3. We deliver more than 3,100 babies each year at the Family Birth Center.
  4. We offer specialty care including oncology, cardiology, maternity, neurology, critical care and bariatrics.