Charlene E. McEvoy, MD, MPH, is a well-versed pulmonologist and sleep medicine specialist who diagnoses and treats patients at HealthPartners in Saint Paul, MN. She practices at HealthPartners Specialty Center - Lung & Sleep Health and HealthPartners Neuroscience Center - Neurology in Saint Paul, MN. Dr. McEvoy serves as the Department Head of the Regions Sleep Center and HME, Medical Director of Hudson Sleep Center, Co-Chair of the HealthPartners Asthma Expert Panel, Co-Director of the HealthPartners Asthma Center, and Research Investigator of the HealthPartners Institute. She is also an Assistant Professor of medicine at the University of Minnesota Medical School. “In my practice, I enjoy helping people and making a difference in their lives. I like to treat my patients the way I would treat a member of my family”, says Dr. McEvoy. Dr. McEvoy established the Asthma Center at the HealthPartners Specialty Center. Her clinical interests include chronic cough, sleep and obstructive airway disease, COPD, and bronchiectasis. “I conduct research in asthma and COPD as well as sleep in adults, and I am a co-investigator in the National Institutes of Health-sponsored COPD Clinical Research Network and COPD gene trials”, says Dr. McEvoy. “I'm also an avid volunteer and serve on the boards of several non-profit organizations”, she adds. "I love to help people breath and sleep better! "
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Education and Training
University of Minnesota Medical Degree 0
American Board of Internal Medicine- Pulmonary
American Board of Sleep Medicine
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Local- Lecturing at University of Minnesota -
- Assistant Professor of Medicine University of Minnesota 2001 - 2016
- Many Awards
- American Academy of Sleep Medicine
- American College of Chest Physicians
- American Thoracic Society
- University of Minnesota Medical School Pulmonary Medicine 1995
- University of Minnesota Medical School Allergy and Immunology 1997
Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors
- American Lung Association
- Wilderness Inquiry
- Saint Paul Coservatory of Music
- University of Minnesota
- Pulmonary and Archibald Bush Medical Fellowship at University of Minnesota
Professional Society Memberships
- American College of Chest Physicians
Articles and Publications
- Many Publications
What do you attribute your success to?
- Caring, hard work, treating her patients as family, sticking to values.
Areas of researchCOPD, Asthma, Lung Nodules, Smoking Cessation and COPD/Asthma/OSA overlap syndrome
Charlene E. McEvoy, MD, MPH's Practice location
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