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Children’s Minnesota launches dedicated pediatric heart transplant program

Children’s Minnesota is proud to announce it has received certification from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for its Heart Failure and Heart Transplant (HFHT) program. This dedicated pediatric heart transplant program at Children’s Minnesota is among the most comprehensive pediatric cardiology services in the region.

Work Here Wednesday: Lab positions open

Medical laboratory professionals play a key role in every aspect of health care. Interested in starting your career at Children’s Minnesota? Check out some of the openings in our labs.

COVID-19 testing for kids at Children’s Minnesota

We are currently offering COVID-19 testing for kids, with or without symptoms, at Children’s Minnesota at any of our 12 Children's Minnesota primary care clinics.

The heart transplant that saved Blake’s life

Read more about the heart transplant that saved Blake's life at Children's Minnesota.

Caring for COVID-19 at home: The Moses family’s story

Hear about the Moses family’s story of caring for COVID-19 at home.

Children’s Minnesota equity and inclusion summer internship program

Children's Minnesota is excited to share we will relaunch our Equity and Inclusion summer internship program in 2021. Learn more about the program and our partners.

A second chance at childhood

Mayo Clinic and Children’s Minnesota work together on a complex heart surgery to give a 6 year old another chance at childhood.

Meet Kprecia Ambers: The artist who brought The Mother Baby Center rebrand to life

Kprecia Ambers is the young artist behind the new illustrations for The Mother Baby Center rebrand. Learn more about her passion for the project and how she hopes to make a difference through her illustrations.

Expanded NICU services help high-risk mothers deliver closer to home

The Mother Baby Center, a partnership between Children’s Minnesota and Allina Health, is expanding its neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) services at Mercy Hospital. The expansion will improve access to neonatal doctors and allow the Center to care for younger babies, including the most critically ill and premature infants.

Children’s Minnesota announces expanded leadership in our neonatal program

Children’s Minnesota is excited to announce updates to the leadership of our neonatal program. We welcome Dr. Tara Zamora in the role of medical director of our NICU in Minneapolis. And Dr. Lia Gravari has assumed the position of the ECMO director for the NICU, in her role as an associate medical director, ECMO for Children’s Minnesota.