Dr. Cunningham comes to Farmington from Fairmont, Minn., where he practiced with Mayo Clinic Health System. He will see patients of all ages, adults 18 years and older and children birth to age 18.
A native of Tennessee, Dr. Cunningham earned a bachelor’s degree from Campsbellsville University and a master’s from Loyola-Chicago University before graduating from University of Tennessee College of Medicine in 2009. He completed his residency at the University of Tennessee before coming to Minnesota.
Dr. Cunningham appreciates being part of a mission-driven profession. He says medicine gives him an opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives. He chose to specialize in both adult medicine and pediatrics because he enjoys working with people of all ages.
“It is rewarding to be so closely involved with children’s developmental journey, watching them learn, grow and develop, “ Dr. Cunningham said. “And it is gratifying to see the spark return to the eyes of my adult patients when they bounce back from a medical challenge.”
Dr. Cunningham expertise will complement the Family Medicine practice of Nick Krawczyk, MD; April Fitzloff, PA-C; and Ashley Gilland, MSN, FNP-BC; and the specialty practices of pediatricians Kelly Meyer, D.O. and Patrick Enders, MD, OB-Gyn specialists Deb Suppes, MD, and Christine Braun, MD; general surgeon Chris Nielsen, MD; orthopedic surgeons Robert Shepley, MD, Brad Wille, MD, and Hans Bengtson, MD; and neurologist Melinda Burnett, MD.
For an appointment, call FamilyHealth Medical Clinic at 651-460-2300.