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Mark Joseph Bergeron, MD MPH

Physician

(612) 813-6118

Specialties: Neonatology

Professional History

Board Certification

  • Neonatal and Perinatal Medicine - American Board of Pediatrics

Medical Education

  • MD - Creighton University School of Medicine
    Omaha, NE
    2002

Professional Education

  • MPH - University of Minnesota School of Public Health
    Minneapolis, MN
    2008

Residency/Fellowship

  • Residency - Oregon Health and Science University School of Medicine
    Portland, OR
    2005
  • Fellowship - University of Minnesota Medical Center
    Minneapolis, MN
    2008

Contact Information

Primary Location:

Childrens Minnesota NICU Minneapolis
2525 Chicago AVE S STE 32-2516
Minneapolis, MN 55404
(612)813-6118

Secondary Location(s):

Childrens Minnesota
2525 Chicago AVE S STE 17-104
Minneapolis, MN 55404

Personal Biography

Mark Bergeron, MD, MPH joined the professional staff at Children's in 2008. He is the associate medical director of the NICU on the Minneapolis campus, and medical director of the Special Care Nurseries on the Minneapolis campus and at Mercy Hospital's Mother Baby Center. He is medical director of Children's Neonatal Virtual Care Program and Outreach. He is a native Oregonian and attended medical school at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. Dr. Bergeron completed his pediatrics residency at Doernbecher Children's Hospital at The Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, followed by a neonatal-perinatal medicine fellowship at the University of Minnesota. He holds a master's degree in Public Health (Maternal and Child Health) from the University of Minnesota. His interests are public health policy and advocacy for preterm infant populations and hospital-based quality improvement initiatives. He is an assistant professor in pediatrics at the University of Minnesota Medical School. He enjoys participating in the professional development of neonatal-perinatal medicine fellows, pediatrics and family medicine residents, neonatal nurse practitioner students, and medical students. He is also an adjunct assistant professor of the University of Minnesota School of Public Health where he serves as academic advisor to graduate students. In his free time, he enjoys outdoor activities with his wife and daughters.