James C. Burroughs II, senior vice president, government and community relations, chief equity and inclusion officer at Children’s Minnesota, was invited to join the Children’s Theatre Company (CTC) on Saturday, March 19, 2022, for a post-show conversation after their play, “Something Happened in Our Town.”
Read health tips from our experts as well as stories by patients, families and staff about kids’ health and their experiences at Children’s Minnesota.
And, at Children’s Minnesota’s Center for Bleeding and Clotting Disorders, we treat more than 1,000 children with blood disorders each year.
Dr. Sarah Jerstad, clinical director of psychological services at Children’s Minnesota, shares tips for parents on talking to kids about war and conflict.
Vanessa was born with hydrocephalus, and because of that, she spent a lot of her life receiving care at Children’s Minnesota. At age 12, Vanessa sadly passed away. In her honor, hundreds showed up to shop for donations for Children's Minnesota.
We talked with Nancy Schult, neonatal nurse practitioner, about her 40-year career at Children’s Minnesota and what this month means to her.
We talked with Des Wallace, lead human resources business partner, about her 26.5-year career at Children’s Minnesota and what Women’s History Month means to her.
We talked with Natalia Meshkova, senior project manager, about her five-and-a-half years at Children’s Minnesota and what Women’s History Month means to her.
Diabetes patient, Oscar, receives Virtual Player Honoree experience at U.S. Men’s National Team FIFA World Cup qualifier match
Oscar, who lives with Type 1 diabetes, got hooked on soccer from the moment he started playing in his city’s recreational league. Recently, he was able to participate in the Virtual Player Honoree Program at the U.S. Men's National Team’s World Cup qualifying match against Honduras at Allianz Field in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Gender affirming care for transgender youth has long been supported by several professional medical societies, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, who have urged that youth who identify as transgender have access to comprehensive, gender affirming and developmentally appropriate care.
After two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, many families are eager to travel and get out of town for a spring break vacation. The good news is the omicron surge has been fading and more parents and kids are vaccinated – making travel safer. If families plan to travel, what steps can they take to balance staying safe and still having fun, relaxing and recharging?