Fairview Northland Medical Center
The annual Scrubby Bear Golf Tournament and Fundraiser!Join us on August 20, 2016 at Stone's Throw Golf Club in Milaca. Shotgun start at 11:00 a.m.
Proceeds from the tournament are used to fund pediatric patient initiatives and our community partner's activities.
Register for this event
Expanded Sleep Center Now OpenOur new sleep center features:
- Consultations with a sleep medicine specialist
- Follow-up clinic visits onsite
- Overnight sleep studies
- A selection of sleep aids, custom fitting and technical assistance
Call 763-389-7740 to schedule a consultation.
Delivering specialty health care and services, close to home
Fairview Northland Medical Center is a full-service hospital with 24-hour emergency care. We provide specialists in everything from cancer and orthopedic care to surgery, heart care, family medicine and obstetrics.
My care couldn't have been better
"I had never been so sick in my life when I arrived at the emergency room. The doctors quickly determined I had pneumonia and my kidneys were failing! My doctors and nurses saved my life."
Find out why Janice nearly didn't make it to the hospital and more about her care.
My heart health is back on track
"I thought it was heart burn, but when my symptoms worsened, I went to the ER. Test results were normal, but my doctor knew better. He ordered an angiogram, which led to open heart surgery to fix four blocked arteries. I'm lucky my doctor kept looking for answers."
Read Ray's entire story.
Wait times may vary by condition. This is the current average from door to doctor.
- Artery and Vein Care
- Behavioral Health
- The Birthplace
- Breast Care
- Cancer Care
- Chiropractic Services
- Critical Care
- Diabetes Care
- Ear, Nose and Throat Care (Otolaryngology)
- Emergency Care
- Eye Care
- Heart Care
- Home Medical Equipment
- Laboratory Services
- Kidney Care (Nephrology)
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Orthopedic Medicine and Surgery
- Palliative Care
- Pain management services
- Primary Care
- Radiology and Imaging
- Rehabilitation Services
- Senior Services
- Sleep Medicine
- Spine Care
- Sports and Orthopedic Care
- Stroke Care
- Wound Care
Expert care - close to home
Whether your health care needs are simple, complex or life-threatening, you’ll find a complete range of services at Fairview Northland Medical Center in Princeton and nearby Fairview Clinics.
Annually, thousands of people choose us for their care. Our hospital consistently earns recognition for quality, safety, exceptional outcomes – and most important – our patients’ trust.
Our doctors, nurses and staff know you have a choice in where you seek medical care and are truly honored you have picked us. Our care team is made up of your neighbors, friends and family. We look forward to providing you and your family with high quality, compassionate care close to your home.
- We offer easy access to expert specialty care and use the latest technology throughout the hospital.
- Our Emergency Department treats more than 17,000 people every year, yet offers short wait times.
- And we've become the hospital of choice for parents northwest of the Twin Cities to welcome their newest family member. Sweet lullaby chimes ring throughout the hospital more than 500 times a year, announcing each birth in The Birthplace.
Our partners in care
We partner with doctors from Fairview Clinics, Fairview Physician Associates, University of Minnesota Physicians and our neighboring communities to provide care that balances innovation with the art of medicine. As part of Minneapolis-based Fairview Health Services, we are your gateway to cutting edge research and innovations at University of Minnesota Medical Center and University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital.
Doctors and Providers
|Wayne Adkisson, MD, FACC|
Cardiologist, Cardiac Electrophysiologist
|Alan Berger, MD|
|James Erdahl, MD, FACC|
|Eric Ernst, MD, FACC|
|Karl Foster-Smith, MD, FACC|
|Steven Heifetz, MD, FACC|
|Michael Manoles, MD, FACC|
|Cara L Borggren, DC, BS|
|Douglas Friederich, MD, FACEP|
|Dominique L. Meyer, FNP|
|Billy D. Wyatt, MD, FAAFP|
|Linda Baumann, CNP|
|Tori Christiaansen, MD|
|Folake Falaki, MD|
|Bruce Gerstenkorn, MD|
|Billy D. Wyatt, MD, FAAFP|
|Amy Edman, MD|
|Robin Fischer, MD|
Family Practice Physician
Medical director for Fairview Clinics – Princeton
|Americo Fraboni, MD|
|Richard Mayerchak, MD|
Family Practice Physician
|Mohamed Hussein, MD|
|Mark Janiga, MD, DABPM|
Interventional Pain Physician
|Scott Runde, DPM|
Podiatrist, Foot and Ankle Surgeon
|Craig Weinert, MD, MPH|
Pulmonologist and Critical Care Physician
|Richard Kubicka, MD|
Vascular and General Surgeon
|Patricia A Schuster, MD|
|Jonathan D. Zellmer, MD|
We Put Our Patients First
Visitors play an important role in a loved one's recovery and we encourage you to visit as long as you are healthy (no cold or flu symptoms). In most cases you can visit anytime. The frequency and length of visiting hours vary according to patient needs. If you are visiting a patient between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m., please use the Emergency Department entrance.
Lounges are available for family and friends who need space to rest or talk. The Chapel, located off the main hospital lobby, is open to patients and families 24 hours a day for prayer and meditation.
Our services include:
- Directions and Parking information from our staff or on our website
- Pre-register for your visit online
- During Your Stay, make use of the chapel, pharmacy and gift shop
- Send an e-card directly to a patient
- Easily access your medical records
- Interpreter Services
- Spiritual Health for those seeking support
- Leave comments and feedback with our patient relations team
Fairview Northland Medical Center earned the “Best Minnesota Hospital Workplace" award for small hospitals. This award honors hospitals that “go the extra mile” in enhancing employee satisfaction and engagement.
Fairview Northland Medical Center received the award for its focus on employee and provider engagement and achieving Best-in-Class status for employee engagement, as measured on a recent employee survey. This is the second year Fairview Northland has won this honor.
Cory Jendro, clinical quality specialist, describes working for Fairview Northland as extremely rewarding. “Our work at Fairview Northland helps members of our community through the most difficult and joyous times in their lives. Not only have we built a culture focused on patients so that ‘our everyday is a patient’s once in a lifetime,’ but Fairview Northland also cares deeply about its employees. Leaders support staff beyond the walls of the facility and understand the importance and value of a well-rounded work-life balance.”
Fairview Northland President John Herman says the medical center has worked hard to develop a culture of “achieving excellence" to provide the best care and service possible to the patients and the communities they serve.
“To accomplish this, we strive to provide the best work setting and environment to allow employees to achieve career satisfaction, work-life balance and personal enrichment,” Herman says. “Everyone is a part of the team, and everyone’s role is important to achieving this goal. By investing in our team and our leaders, we have created outstanding engagement and therefore we are making an important investment for the community.”
Minnesota Hospital Association President and CEO Lawrence Massa said Fairview Northland stood out as a best workplace for its comprehensive efforts to create an environment that promotes employee and patient satisfaction. In all, MHA presented 18 awards for extraordinary achievement in categories ranging from advocacy on behalf of hospitals and volunteerism to innovation and improvement in patient care and patient safety.