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Children's — Minneapolis: 
UnitedHealthcare Pediatric Emergency Department
and Level I Trauma Center

2525 Chicago Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55404 | Directions and Parking
Phone: 612-813-6117

  • 24/7 in-house pediatric trauma surgeons
  • Helipad that reduces transport time and provides quicker access to critical care
  • Ready access to state-of-the-art surgical suites
  • Pediatric cardiovascular/critical care unit and expertise

  • Pediatric and young adult extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) for severe lung injury
  • Two new trauma bays, resuscitation rooms and a dedicated orthopedic room for fractures featuring fluoroscopy and advanced x-ray capabilities

Children's — St. Paul: 
Peter J. King Pediatric Emergency Department
and Level III trauma center

345 North Smith Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55102 | Directions and Parking
Phone: 651-220-6911

  • 24/7 pediatric orthopedic surgeon coverage
  • Pediatric emergency medicine physicians on-site 24/7
  • More than 60 physicians, PNPs and PAs, trained in pediatric emergency medicine

  • Pediatric sedation/anesthesiology available in the ER
  • Access to the largest team of pediatric specialists in the Upper Midwest
  • Recently improved facilities – from ambulance access and triage areas to trauma rooms

We also provide pediatric emergency care at:

At Children's, patients receive world-class care in innovative, family-centered surroundings. Our emergency departments and trauma centers in Minneapolis and St. Paul are no exception. Some commonly treated emergency conditions, traumas & injuries include:

  • Severe asthma
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Abdominal injuries including blunt or penetrating trauma to the stomach, bowels, spleen or other internal organs.
  • Bone injuries including broken bones, femur and facial fractures, and sprains.
  • Chest injuries including blunt or penetrating blows to the chest wall, airways, heart and blood vessels.
  • Fevers in infants under 8 weeks old


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