Approach To Care
Dr. Boeder believes that communication is important and wants to educate those he cares for so the best decision can be made for them. He believes health care shouldn’t be “one size fits all.” and that teamwork between all members of the care team is important in providing the best overall care and experience.
Dr. Boeder believes we are all equal players and even prefers to be called by his first name. He also likes to incorporate humor into his practice when appropriate.
Dr. Boeder graduated medical school from the University of Minnesota and completed his residency training at Abbott Northwestern Hospital. Prior to coming to North Memorial to work as a Hospitalist and part of the International Health program, he was in private practice as a primary care provider and also taught clinical medicine to medical students and residents at the U of M.
Dr. Boeder’s quality improvement work has been presented on multiple posters at the Institute for Healthcare improvement’s annual meetings, and his team based approached lead him to receive a friend of therapy award.
Dr. Boeder grew up on a small family farm and values being humble and working hard while staying true to his roots. He has one daughter who means the world to him. Dr. Boeder enjoys baseball and history as well as comedy and giving back to others.