Dr.Steven Shu, MD, MBA, is a board certified laser surgeon who specializes in office procedures. He provides a wide range of procedural services above and beyond typical medicine and does about 2000 office procedures every year. Dr. Shu developed all new protocols and standards for the office procedures, thereby distinguishing himself as a specialized surgeon with a vast amount of experience in the office based procedures and surgeries.
After graduating in 1984 from the distinguished Shanghai Medical University, Dr. Shu completed his surgical residency and worked as a surgical attending physician until arriving in the United States in 1991. After completing a surgical internship at Flushing Hospital in New York, he followed with office procedure orientated residency training at Michigan State University from 1996 to 2000. He obtained his Physician E-MBA from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 2005.
Dr.Shu is board-certified through the American Board of Laser Surgery and the American Board of Family Practice. He is the member of the following professional organizations.
- American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
- American College of Phlebology
- American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery
- International Society of Cosmetogyncology
- American Medical Association
- American Academy of Family Practice
- American Association of Primary Care Endoscopists
- Minnesota Medical Association
On top of his clinical work, Dr. Shu is an Assistant Professor of Medical School at the University of Minnesota and on the medical staff at Southdale Hospital, North Memorial Hospital, and Fairview Medical Center, teaching office procedures to resident physicians weekly.
Over the last decade, Dr. Shu has consistently promoted the concept of procedure-oriented one stop care. He strongly believes in the numerous benefits of office procedures, including the low cost, convenient, efficient, one stop and high quality care.
Outside the office, Dr. Shu dedicates his time to community activism. After forming the Minnesota Chinese Physician Association (AMCP) in 2003, he led its members and community volunteers in establishing the Minnesota Chinese Health Center (MCHC), a free clinic for disadvantaged Chinese in the Twin Cities. He is also publisher of Minnesota Times, the most widely circulated Chinese newspaper in Minnesota. Moreover, he established One Stop Charity Fund in his clinic in 2010 and donates 10% of profit every year to non-profit organizations in the Chinese community.