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CVICU RN shares her three-year career experience at Children’s Minnesota

Alex Khoury, CVICU RN, has been working at Children's Minnesota for three years now. She will be sharing all her favorite things about his career.

Harriet’s heart: the Midwest Fetal Care Center helps baby defy rare tumor diagnosis

Baby Harriet’s heart condition was so rare, only 55 cases were reported worldwide over a 20-year span.

Echo sonographer manager shares his 14-year career experience at Children’s Minnesota

Tom Coyne, echo sonographer manager, has been working at Children's Minnesota for 14-years now. He will be sharing all his favorite things about his career.

Health care equity includes hair care

Historically, Black patients have experienced disparities across the spectrum of health care, even when it comes to the most basic of patient needs – hair care. That’s why a team of nurses at Children’s Minnesota set out to address the issue and improve hair care for children in the hospital with textured hair.

Roxy’s return: surgical tech postpones retirement to work in North America’s first neurosurgery suite of its kind at Children’s Minnesota

Rather than hanging up her scrubs for good, Roxy decided to continue her career and care for patients in the first neurosurgery suite of its kind on the entire continent.

Nora’s neurosurgery: Children’s Minnesota’s neurosurgery program stops a little girl’s epilepsy

Nora and her family shared their story about how she beat severe epilepsy with the help of her care team.

Work Here Wednesday: Our emergency department is hiring EMTs!

Children’s Minnesota is seeking qualified candidates to join our emergency departments team in Minneapolis! Join the kid experts and apply today!

Maddy’s heart transplant story

Read the story of Maddy's heart transplant.

Children’s Minnesota employee resource group members celebrate Black History Month

At Children's Minnesota, our employee resource groups (ERG) are supportive allies for each another, regardless of which ERG they are involved in. This Black History Month, we asked some of our ERG members what they're doing to recognize, celebrate and raise awareness.

Defying the odds: Gwen’s fight through brain cancer

Growing up playing sports with her three older brothers means Gwen has no shortage of motivation. After being diagnosed with brain cancer at only 19 years old, Gwen plans to still finish college a semester early, works part-time, goes to the gym every day and even plans on competing in her first powerlifting tournament in July!