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Dr. Saliterman retired from clinical practice on September 30, 2014 and the clinic is closed.
We are recommending Park Nicollet (952-993-2460) or Fairview Clinics (612-672-1900) for continuing medical care. For a list of Park Nicollet Internal Medicine physicians accepting new patients, please click here. For a list of Fairview physicians accepting new patients please click here.
Please see the Notice of Privacy Practices and Authorization for Release of Information above regarding your medical records. Please mail the completed Authorization form to Dr. Steven S. Saliterman, P.O. Box 323, Hopkins, MN 55343.
Clinician, Educator, Researcher and Author...
Dr. Saliterman practiced Internal Medicine independently for 33 years and had served as Chief of Medicine at Methodist Hospital. He is also a former Senior Aviation Medical Examiner for the Federal Aviation Administration. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and has been a CLIA designated Clinical Laboratory Director and Consultant. Dr. Saliterman has participated annually in Minnesota Community Measure since its conception. Results for the last survey conducted for Optimal Diabetes Care can be seen here, and for Optimal Vascular Care can be seen here.
He is presently an Adjunct Professor at the University of Minnesota where he continues to teach, and faculty member of the University's Nano and Microsystems Applications Center (NMAC).
He graduated from the University of Minnesota, Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa; the second class of Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minnesota; and Internal Medicine at the Mayo Clinic. He is a former intern at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas and research fellow at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California. He is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, cofounder and past President of the Mayo Medical School Alumni Society, and member of the Mayo Plummer Society.
His interests also include biomedical engineering, electrical and mechanical engineering, computer design and software development. His early work in computer design received achievement awards from the Professional Engineers Society of Minnesota and the United States Army. He participated in early designs of the Space Shuttle Space Lab and developed implantable devices for space research. He has designed and patented a system for simulating critical care patient management, inclusive of a manikin apparatus for practicing heart catheterization. His work has been published in such peer-reviewed journals as the Mayo Clinic Proceedings and Expert Review of Medical Devices. His book, Fundamentals of BioMEMS and Medical Microdevices is the first college-level textbook in the field.
He has been a guest lecturer at Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Mayo Clinic. He has been a guest speaker at the University of Minnesota ’s Design of Medical Devices, and the Minnesota Medical Alley sponsored MedEdge International conferences. Dr. Saliterman has been a recipient of the Physician's Recognition Award of the American Medical Association annually from 2006 to 2015.