Dr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics at Children’s Minnesota, has tips for new parents about what to expect before and after birth, as well as what you’ll need for your hospital stay.
The Mighty Blog features stories from around Children’s, as well as health and wellness information for raising healthy kids.
We are looking for student nurse interns who believe that children always come first. Want to bring the art and science of healing to families while providing exceptional care to kids? Keep reading to learn more about our program.
Winter illness season is here, so Children’s Minnesota is implementing our seasonal visiting standards, which we call level 1 visiting standards to protect our patients, families, visitors and staff from viral illnesses such as the flu and the common cold.
A growing amount of evidence suggests that the power of music can have significant benefits to patients and their families in clinical settings. Learn more about the benefits of music therapy here.
Minnesota Senator Tina Smith recently visited Children’s Minnesota to discuss issues that face families with kids suffering from childhood diabetes.
As a general rule, bulky clothing, including winter coats and snowsuits, should not be worn underneath the harness of the car seat. Learn more about winter car seat guidelines here.
Children's Minnesota is seeking to fill clinical support associate positions and in a variety of departments at our hospitals. Interested? Apply today.
Dr. Lia Gravari, a neonatologist at Children’s Minnesota, provided her expert insights about neonatal pneumonia, one of the leading causes of neonatal respiratory distress in a question-and-answer style article in Infectious Disease Advisor.
In June, Children’s Minnesota began participating in a food composting program called Food to Hog. Though this program is still very new to Children’s, it has already diverted 27 tons of waste from landfills!
Canadian Pacific Railway donates $10,000 to Children’s Minnesota heart failure heart transplant program
Children’s Minnesota cares for more pediatric heart patients than any other program in the state. That's why Canadian Pacific (CP) and the organization's community investment program, CP Has Heart, donated $10,000 to Children's heart failure heart transplant program.