As part of efforts to advocate for investment in early childhood development, Children’s Minnesota partnered with local organizations to screen No Small Matter and host a panel discussion on the film's key messages.
The Mighty Blog features stories from around Children’s, as well as health and wellness information for raising healthy kids.
James Burroughs, chief equity and inclusion officer, saw a need for a comprehensive internship program for diverse candidates. A month after starting at Children's, James launched the new program.
You may not think to ask a pediatrician to help plan your Minnesota State Fair trip, but Dr. Christine Hills, pediatric cardiologist, is a state fair expert. Check out her top fair recommendations!
We spoke with Brandi Salas about her role as a health unit coordinator in our Ear, Nose, Throat (ENT) and facial plastic surgery program.
RaZyia was just 5 years old when she began complaining of leg pain so intense she couldn’t walk on it or even sleep. After a day in the hospital, the doctor shared the devastating news — “We think it’s cancer.”
August 26 is National Dog Day! At Children’s Minnesota, we love all pets and we know kids do too. That’s why we have a program called Pets Assisting with Healing (PAWH).
Breastfeeding and pumping shouldn’t cause pain. We outlined some common causes of breast pain and how to prevent it.
At Children’s Minnesota, we put kids first, and we know that kids get better quicker when we take care of the whole family. This is why we offer many services and amenities to the whole family in addition to typical health care services.
We are currently hiring for an RN Clinic Supervisor. This position will work with the diabetes and endocrinology, nephrology, and gender health specialties in five different clinic locations around the metro.
Dr. Marc Gorelick, Children's president and CEO, shares his thoughts on the new American Academy of Pediatrics policy: The Impact of Racism on Child and Adolescent Health.