Medical School - University of Minnesota
Residency - University of Kansas
Adjunct Associate Professor
University of Minnesota
Department of Pediatrics
Minnesota Medical Association
American Academy of Pediatrics
Hennepin County Medical Society
Dr. Kuperman grew up in PIP's backyard - graduating from Robbinsdale High School as well as the University of Minnesota for college and Medical School. Following pediatric residency at the Kansas University Medical Center in Kansas City, he returned to begin practice in this part of town in 1978. He lives in the area and enjoys seeing so many of his current and former patients outside the office. Dr. Kuperman is board-certified in pediatrics and has a special interest in the evaluation and management of children with behavioral and developmental problems, such as ADHD, Autism and other school-related problems.
He and his wife are very dedicated to family and after years of raising their own 3 children (twin daughters and a son), are just thrilled to now have grandchildren to love and spoil! When not with the kids, they are most likely to be found on the golf course, walking or riding around local lakes, at a restaurant or the movies. Other interests are music, photography, computers and books.
Dr. Kuperman's wishes for the future - aside from health and long life for all - is to finish writing his family's Holocaust survival story, have plenty of time to read and travel, and to someday get a hole-in-one!
Dr. Kuperman's advice for families? Love your children, show them kindness and support, be open and positive, and take an interest in what they do - and listen. Be there for them and they will learn to someday return that love and kindness to you and others.
And one more thing - stay active, eat your fruits and vegetables, and wash your hands!
Dr. Kuperman sees patients at our Maple Grove office.
Partners in Pediatrics providers care for newborns at Maple Grove, Abbott-Northwestern, and Fairview-Southdale Hospitals. Children requiring hospitalization are cared for by pediatric hospitalists at Children's Hospital in Minneapolis.