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New Ulm Medical Center welcomes Randeep Dhami, MD

Dr. Randeep Dhami, family medicine physician, began seeing patients in August at the New Ulm Medical Center clinic.

Dhami has spent years building strong relationships with patients who have become like family to him in the Springfield area where he and his family live. It’s not surprising, considering that the aspect he enjoys most about family medicine is treating the entire family unit.

“I like watching the little ones come into the world, then grow and develop into their own personalities,” Dhami said. “I enjoy caring for patients of all ages – from the very young to the very old.”

Born in India, Dr. Dhami moved with his family to Canada at a young age and earned his medical degree from the University of British Columbia. He completed his residency at McGill University in Montreal.

“A career in medicine has allowed me to give back to society using my skills in a meaningful and needed manner,” Dhami said. “Particularly in rural areas, which has been my focus.”

Prior to a fifteen year career in Springfield, MN, Dr. Dhami had a solo practice for almost 10 years in Sudbury, Ontario. His father and grandfather both inspired him to go into medicine, he said – his grandfather was a military physician in India.

“I encourage my patients to bring to me any problem – no matter how difficult,” he said. “We’ll figure it out together.”

It’s working together with his patients that makes his practice meaningful, Dhami said. “I enjoy being in family medicine because of the relationships I have developed with patients and their families and helping them through their healthcare issues.”

When he’s not busy in the office, Dhami is busy with family. He and his wife Angela have four children – two who have gone off to college and two yet at home. In support of the kids’ passion, Angela is a “hockey mom,” Dhami said. She also dabbles in gourmet cooking when she has time. The whole family enjoys traveling together, too.

In his spare time, Dhami enjoys classical/opera music, boating and hunting. He also jokes that he is a “very amateur” handyman.

In life and in his practice, Dhami maintains a simple approach that his family and his patients have come to appreciate: “Love and respect go a long way.”

To make an appointment with Dr. Dhami, call 507-217-5011.