Nurses at Children's Minnesota are joining together to support the patients they care for every day at Walk for Amazing.
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.
Find out why yearly well-child checks are important to your child's cognitive, emotional and social development in addition to their physical health.
As part of our commitment to diversity and inclusion, Children’s Minnesota is organizing events and a ‘donate your lunch’ fundraiser in honor of Ramadan.
Children’s Minnesota nurses positively impact patient experiences for children with autism by using “sensory toolkits.”
We celebrate and promote the joy of reading through community events and many programs that bring books and reading to the kids we care for.
We know nurses work tirelessly to make a meaningful difference in their local communities every day. But Angela Olson and Macy Henningsen are two Children’s Minnesota operating room nurses who strive to do even more. Both volunteer with Children’s Surgery International, a nonprofit, on a number of trips abroad to help spread medical knowledge beyond U.S. borders.
During Nurses Week, May 6-12, we’re joining the American Nurses Association in recognizing the tremendous impact of nurses by sharing some fun facts about the profession.
Dr. Lindsey Yock from Children’s Minnesota sits on the board of directors of MNAAP and will be presenting at the annual conference in May.
We catch up with Jim Leste, vice president of support operations, to learn more about him and what’s happening with Children’s sustainability efforts.
Patients and families of Children's joined us in celebrating and thanking our nurses for all they do by writing thank you notes.