Children’s Minnesota cares for more pediatric heart patients than any other program in the state. That's why Canadian Pacific (CP) and the organization's community investment program, CP Has Heart, donated $10,000 to Children's heart failure heart transplant program.
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.
Head lice are very common in school-age children, but it is possible to prevent the spread of lice. Learn about the misconceptions of lice, what lice are, what to look for and how to treat lice.
Children’s Minnesota is looking for a casual radiologic technologist. Learn more about the position and apply today.
The Minnesota Wild chose Liam to be a part of their Hockey Fights Cancer campaign. Through this, Liam had the chance to spend the day with the Wild players and even be in a video shoot as a Hockey Fights Cancer All Star.
All parents want to help kids who are being bullied, but may not know how. Dr. Neeti Kambale from Children’s Minnesota Hugo Clinic shares how to identify signs that a child may be experiencing bullying and how parents can help.
Children’s Minnesota and community partners kicked off a series of Community Bridging Walks in Minneapolis to build a culture of consciousness and awareness of the diverse residents who live and work in the Phillips neighborhood.
Children’s Minnesota held its first internal career fair to help employees learn more about opportunities around the organization.
Thanks to a partnership with Project SEARCH, Children’s Minnesota was honored for exceptional efforts to hire and retain employees with disabilities.
Team from Children’s Minnesota attends annual International Fetal Medicine and Surgery Society meeting in Switzerland
A team of providers from the Midwest Fetal Care Center (MFCC) and Children’s Minnesota are heading to Switzerland to represent the organization at the International Fetal Medicine and Surgery Society’s (IFMSS) 38th annual meeting in Switzerland.
In Minnesota Monthly’s newest publication, the Baby Guide, Dr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics at Children’s Minnesota, answered the burning questions on parents’ minds about managing their baby’s health.