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Celebrating Ramadan: Dina Elrashidy, PR, external communications manager, shares more

In honor of Ramadan, we are highlighting Children’s Minnesota Kid Experts who are Muslim and may also be members of our Muslim Employee Resource Group, to learn more about their experiences and the significance of Ramadan. We’re excited to introduce you to Dina Elrashidy, public relations and external communications manager at Children’s Minnesota.

Get the facts on endometriosis

One of our experts, Dr. Kate O'Flynn O'Brien, board certified obstetrician-gynecologist in our Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) hematology and gynecology program, recently shared some helpful information about endometriosis.

Work Here Wednesday: Our radiology department is hiring

Children’s Minnesota is seeking qualified candidates to join our radiology department!

Celebrating Ramadan: Dr. Razaan Byrne, pediatrician, shares more

In honor of Ramadan, we are highlighting Children’s Minnesota kid experts who are also members of our Muslim Employee Resource Group (MERG) to learn more about their experiences and the significance of Ramadan. We’re excited to introduce you to Dr. Razaan Byrne, pediatrician at Children’s Minnesota!

‘Acceptance is much more important than awareness:’ Quinn and his family exemplify the true meaning of Autism Acceptance Month

Since his autism diagnosis in 2015, Quinn has used resources provided by Children’s Minnesota.

Treatment before birth: baby Xander’s successful journey from SVT and heart failure to home

Michaela and Nic were excited to welcome their first baby, Xander. The pregnancy was going smoothly until a growth scan at 32 weeks. Only a week before Christmas, Michaela was told her baby was in heart failure and she needed to get to a hospital that provided expert fetal and neonatal he needed.

Celebrating Ramadan: Asma Fazal, clinical ethics fellow, shares more

In honor of Ramadan, we are highlighting Children’s Minnesota kid experts who are also members of our Muslim Employee Resource Group to learn more about their experiences and the significance of Ramadan. We’re excited to introduce you to Asma Fazal, clinical ethics fellow at Children’s Minnesota.

Autism Acceptance Month: A family’s experience with autism spectrum disorder

After Amy and Shannon got married, they started the adoption process. They adopted two kids — Marvin and Cary Lynn — who both showed signs of autism. Read their family's journey.

Newborn Ellie overcomes rare intestinal condition with help from Children’s Minnesota’s NICU team

Baby Ellie spent 21 days recovering in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Children's Minnesota after she was born with a rare condition that required immediate surgery. She's now home and all smiles.

Awareness for disparities in Black maternal health

Black maternal care was the topic of a 2021 Children’s Minnesota podcast, Talking Pediatrics, where Dr. Lisa Saul, president of The Mother Baby clinical service line, discussed the stark maternal health disparities Black mothers experience and how we can approach maternal-fetal medicine with an equity lens to make sure that all women and all babies have the healthy outcomes they deserve.