Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota and HealthPartners open shared clinic and first urgent care in Hugo
- Published on Wednesday, 15 May 2013 10:45
MINNEAPOLIS– May 15, 2013 – Busy parents, active kids and people of all ages in Hugo will soon have a convenient new option for health care. The Hugo Clinic, which opens to patients May 20, will bring top pediatric and family care to the Hugo community.
The new, 12,300-square-foot facility will house a HealthPartners family medicine clinic – including primary care doctors and a chiropractor – a night and weekend urgent care, and will also be the new home of Northeast Pediatric Clinic, previously located in Vadnais Heights and part of Children's of Minnesota. Northeast Pediatrics and HealthPartners will share space and clinical support services including an on-site lab and X-ray. The clinic is located on 14701 Victor Hugo Blvd. N., off of Main Street, near Festival Foods.
Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota becomes first pediatric hospital in U.S. to develop interoperability between infusion pumps and electronic medical records
- Published on Wednesday, 08 May 2013 13:02
First-of-its-kind medication management system increases patient safety and streamlines IV medication management
Minneapolis, Minn. – (May 8, 2013) – Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota announced it has successfully implemented a new automated system which is significantly reducing medication errors by wirelessly transmitting data between patients' infusion pumps and electronic medical records (EMR).
Children's partnered with medical technology company, CareFusion Corp., and EMR provider, Cerner, to create the new wireless system. Now, when a nurse scans barcodes on patients' wristbands, medications, and infusion pumps, this closed-loop medication administration system wirelessly transmits doctors' medication orders from patients' EMRs directly to their smart pump to pre-program infusions. Then, after a patient's nurse reviews and confirms the smart pump programming, medication is delivered intravenously to the patient.
Follow-up to today's events at Children's – Minneapolis
- Published on Thursday, 25 April 2013 14:40
We continue to clean and assess areas of the Children's – Minneapolis campus following a fire at the neighboring Chicago Deli earlier this morning. The majority of the hospital and Children's Specialty Center will be reopened by Friday morning, with business operating as usual. If anything changes, your clinical care team will make every effort to notify you in advance.
Thank you to our patients and families for your patience and understanding throughout the day's events. We will continue to share updates on this site and Facebook if there are further developments.
22nd annual Children’s Star Gala nets more than $2.2 million to support the care of moms and babies
- Published on Wednesday, 01 May 2013 17:44
Children's signature event has raised more than $15 million since its inception in 1992
Minneapolis campus update
- Published on Thursday, 25 April 2013 13:40
Earlier this morning there was a fire at the Chicago Deli, a business that neighbors our Minneapolis campus. There was no damage to our facilities and, most importantly, no Children's patients, families or staff were harmed. The smoke did impact our facilities closest to the Chicago Deli. Infection prevention and environmental services are working together to monitor air quality and clean and assess rooms and equipment affected by smoke and residue.
All areas of the Minneapolis hospital and Emergency Department are open, with the exception of elective surgery and radiology which have been postponed or redirected for the day. Areas within Children's Specialty Center will begin to re-open as air quality improves and as equipment and supplies are evaluated. Here is a current status of what areas are open.