I want to first let the patient know what the diagnosis and plan might look like. After that, we need to have a common understanding about what our goals are. Having the patient in charge of their own health, with the help of a physician and their team, will always result in better outcomes.
Dr. Breen is currently an associate professor of the UND School of Medicine. He was recognized as a North Dakota Family Physician of the Year in 2008.
Dr. Breen is a primary care doctor who is trained in many medical areas. He is qualified to care for the health care needs of the entire family, from infants to the elderly. For those times when more specialized care is required, Dr. Breen can coordinate your care and advise you on the most appropriate treatment.
Dr. Breen is married and has four children: Molly, Bill, Annie and Jack. In his free time, Dr. Breen enjoys golfing, yard work, watching high school sports and cheering for the Minnesota Vikings.