Regions Hospital About Us Medical Staff Services
About us

You will find a wealth of information and resources available to you at Regions Hospital. Exceptional physicians who are top in their field lead our renowned specialty programs. Regions Hospital has more than 1,300 medical staff and allied health professionals on staff.

To contact us email or call 651-254-9415.

Medical Staff Services manages credentialing and privileging for all the clinical sites within Regions Hospital. The medical staff consists of doctors of medicine, osteopathy, podiatry and dentistry. Other licensed independent providers (LIPS), including physician assistants, advance practice nurses, psychologists and other non-physician providers, are granted privileges as Allied Health Professionals. Regions Hospital meets all federal, state and regulatory standards for credentialing and privileging, as wells as being accredited by The Joint Commission.

Regions Hospital Imaging

Regions Hospital Imaging offers remote access to radiology images via a secure, password-protected web site. If you are a physician and would like to have access to our images, please call 952-967-6600 or email Regions Radiology PACS Team.

The link below will connect you to our online images. 
Radiology Images

Medical Library

The Regions Hospital Medical Library provides current and authoritative medical information in support of patient care, education and research. Staffed by professional medical librarians, the collection consists of both print and electronic resources. Print resources include core reference books, general text books for most disciplines and journals retained at least 15 years with major journal titles collected back 50 years. Online resources include an extensive journal list of over 700 titles plus 12 databases, four with online books.

The databases include:

American Dietetic Manual Micromedex Books@OVID (Nursing) Natural Medicines CINAHL OVID MEDLINE Cochrane Library
PsycINFO EBSCO Megafile PubMed eMedicine STAT!Ref MDConsult UpToDate

The Medical Library offers a variety of services including literature searches, inter-library loan, group or individual database instruction and library orientation. Library services are available to all Regions Hospital and HealthPartners physicians, residents, students, nurses, allied health professionals, researchers and administrators.

Library resources are available through the HealthPartners/Regions Hospital computer network only. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us.

Location: Regions Hospital, East section, Room E2803
Hours: Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Phone: 651-254-3607
Fax: 651-254-3427

Mailing Address:
Regions Hospital Medical Library
Mail Stop 11202B
640 Jackson Street 
St. Paul, MN 55101

Grand rounds

Regions Hospital created Community Grand Rounds as part of our goal to assist you in continuing to provide your patients with quality medical care. Community Grand Rounds brings education and training to your hospital, clinic or other place of business at no cost to you. Choose a medical topic of your choice, and one of our medical or professional staff will prepare and deliver a customized presentation.

How to schedule

To schedule a Community Grand Rounds program, please call our outreach manager at 651-254-6952 or e-mail Barbara Gilbert.

Recently requested programs

We have experts on staff who can present on almost any medical topic you request. Here are some recently requested Community Grand Rounds presentations that might help you decide on a topic appropriate for your staff:

  • Trauma case reviews: staff attending to trauma patients who were transferred to Regions Hospital review the case with the referring hospital or clinic and provide updates on the patient's progress
  • Rapid sequence intubations
  • Burn care
  • Team-building and leadership
  • Diabetes management
  • Toxicology
  • Detoxification
  • Traumatic brain injury acute care and rehabilitation
  • Neonatal assessment

Earn education credits

HealthPartners Institute for Medical Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians. Community Grand Rounds events may quality for up to two hours in Category 1 credit toward American Medical Association’s Physician’s Recognition Award. Physicians should claim only the hours spent in educational activities. Nurses and other health care professionals who attend a Community Grand Rounds presentation will receive certificates of attendance, which they may submit to the Minnesota Board of Nursing or their professional board for contact hours or continuing education credits.