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Community ​​BasedHigh Quality Care • Family Medicine

Welcome to Entira Family Clinics!  As specialists in family medicine, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive medical care to individuals in all stages of life. When you want a quality medical professional for your family’s health, choose the best. Choose Entira Family Clinics!

We offer a wide range of medical services for your family that include obstetrics, pediatrics, adults, geriatrics, chronic disease management, women’s health, sports medicine and more. An independent organization working for you and your family, we offer 12 convenient clinic locations in St. Paul easily accessible from home, work and school. Some of our clinics have been serving St. Paul metro families for more than 50 years.

Call us at 651-788-4444 to learn more!

Welcome Dr. Sara Whitehouse to Entira Family Clinics! 


Dr. Sara Whitehouse will be bringing obstetrics and babies back to our Maplewood/Battle Creek Clinic! She will be providing full spectrum family medicine including prenatal care and obstetrics.   

“I enjoy caring for the entire family and am honored to be part of my patients' lives. My goal in family medicine is to provide excellent healthcare and support for my patients with great respect and compassion,” explains Dr. Whitehouse. 


Read her bio.



Are you interested in learning about Living Wills (also called Health Care Directives)?

Entira Family Clinics provides Honoring Choices facilitators to assist you in discussing and completing end of life decision making. We will be offering free patient information sessions on the topic of Honoring Choices.  Trained staff will be available to answer questions and assist with completing the forms in a group and individual setting. read more

We look forward to hearing from you!

Entira in the News!

Twin Cities Live!

1/22/15  Dr. Lori Bethke from our Vadnais Heights Clinic speaks about acid reflux and how to prevent it  

What's Going Around with Dr. Joseph Saccoman

1/20/15 Dr. Saccoman from our North St. Paul Clinic discusses the number one birth defect, congenital heart defects. He talks when they are diagnosed and what pregnant mothers can do to  prevent them.