Programs/Services

Eating Disorders adds staff and increases capability to care for all ages

Our Center for the Treatment of Eating Disorders has added to its staff and increased its capabilities to provide comprehensive care for patients of all ages. We have the ability to care for both children and adults in our clinic located on our Minneapolis campus. Now, if adult patients need to be hospitalized, we have a new collaboration with Abbott Northwestern Hospital to provide inpatient care. Children and adolescents requiring medical stabilization will continue to be cared for at Children’s.

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Pediatric Intensive Care Units


PICU room thumbChildren's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota has new Pediatric Intensive Care Units (PICU) on both our Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses. The PICU is where we care for the most critically ill children and provide the highest level of expertise with 24-hour in-house coverage by pediatric intensivists and primarily one-to-one pediatric nursing care by nurses skilled in high-intensity therapies and interventions, medication administration, and the latest technology. Learn more about our pediatric intensive care program and see what we offer to patients and families in our new units featuring all private patient rooms.

Children’s Home Care Synagis Program offers expertise, consistency

RSV is the No. 1 cause of hospitalization in babies under one year of age in the U.S. Children's Home Care Synagis Program offers a coordinated process for the administration of Synagis, the only FDA-approved medication to help protect preemies and other high-risk infants from RSV.

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Children’s Home Care Synagis Program offers expertise, consistency

RSV is the No. 1 cause of hospitalization in babies under one year of age in the U.S. Children's Home Care Synagis Program offers a coordinated process for the administration of Synagis, the only FDA-approved medication to help protect preemies and other high-risk infants from RSV.

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Children’s sports medicine program addresses unique needs of young athletes

Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota provides comprehensive care for young athletes up to 18 years of age, with sports medicine clinics in its Minneapolis and St. Paul locations. The program’s staff includes Jamie Engels, MD, who is fellowship trained in both sports medicine and pediatric orthopedics. Its physical therapists have an emphasis in sports medicine and special training in the care of children. 

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