On May 24, the Harper Family Foundation trustees and their extended family celebrated the official naming of the Harper Family Foundation Cancer and Blood Disorders Clinic.
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.
With two health-affected kids, Stella and Nora, the Yanisch family is gearing up to participate in the second annual Walk for Amazing to be inspired and find community.
Westen was coming back from his hockey game with his mom Danielle and older sister Cierra when a drunk driver crashed into them in February 2018. Neither Westen nor Danielle remember the details of the crash, but the aftermath is hard to forget.
Many nurses and employees throughout our organization came together to support their colleagues as they were presented with awards for their exceptional service and patient care.
One family shares their son's journey with congenital heart disease and why they Walk for Amazing. Read Callen’s story.
Caring for babies doesn't end when they graduate from the NICU. Children's Minnesota offers a free follow-up program for at-risk babies.
Children’s Minnesota partnered with its internal Muslim employee resource group to host its second annual Ramadan dinner for more than 100 community members at our Minneapolis campus. The breaking of the fast – known as the iftar -- was a community building opportunity for staff, families, neighbors and local leaders from diverse backgrounds.
Register for Walk for Amazing and hang out with The Dude while you support your favorite Children’s program.
Walk for Amazing team Asher’s Dashers is topping the leaderboard having raised more than 250 percent of their goal.
We asked Dr. Joseph Lillegard, director of research and open fetal surgery, a few questions about his dedicated work in genomics.