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Dr. Tseganesh Selameab

Dr. Tseganesh Selameab (pronouns she/her) is a wife and mother of three amazing girls who practices primary care in St. Paul. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Medical School and completed her Internal Medicine residency in Boston at Boston Medical Center. Her career has focused on serving refugee and immigrant populations, as well as the urban underserved through clinical practice and community-based advocacy. Storytelling and narrative medicine have been a part of Dr. Selameab’s medical journey for many years and she has been invited to share her written work at the University of Minnesota Medical School White Coat ceremony and at other Regional medical conferences. She has participated in several local story slams. Dr. Selameab serves as the current Governor for the Minnesota Chapter of the American College of Physicians.

Dr. David Hilden

David R. Hilden MD, MPH, FACP is an internal medicine physician in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is the Scott F. Davies Endowed Chair of the Department of Medicine at Hennepin Healthcare, where he sees patients both in the hospital and in primary care clinic and leads a department of 300 doctors, resident physicians, and advanced practice providers in 15 divisions. He is Professor of Medicine at the University of Minnesota Medical School. Dr. Hilden earned his medical degree from the University of Minnesota Medical School and later completed his residency at Hennepin County Medical Center. He also has a Master of Public Health degree in Public Health Practice and Leadership from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health. From 2019 – 2023, he was the Governor of the Minnesota Chapter of ACP. Dr. Hilden was the host of a popular live radio show on WCCO radio in Minneapolis from 2009-2021. He is currently the host of the Healthy Matters podcast now in its second season. He has received the “Top Doctor” designations from local publications “Mpls.-St. Paul Magazine” consecutively from 2017-2023 as well as “Minnesota Monthly” from 2014-2023. Dr. Hilden has been a visiting faculty member in Boston, Qatar, Israel, Palestine, Mayo Clinic in Minnesota and Hawaii, and Thailand. He lives in Minneapolis with his wife and dog and has two adult children.


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