Martha never thought she’d get to see her girls live life the way that they do now while they were little babies in the NICU. But thanks to the expert care from the Children’s Minnesota NICU team, the girls are now living life to the fullest and participate in multiple sports.
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.
Senior director of environmental operations shares her nine-year career experience at Children’s Minnesota
Tracy Venne, senior director of environmental operations, will be sharing all her favorite things about working at Children’s Minnesota.
Henry’s lifelong passion for creating with the building toy helped build his personal story, including his journey back from brain surgery.
Dr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics at Children’s Minnesota, shares tips for parents to help their kids with their dry and itchy skin this winter.
Delilah and William not only share a sibling bond, but they also share the same congenital heart defect (CHD) diagnosis. Thanks to the care both Delilah and William received by the cardiology experts at Children's Minnesota, today they are thriving.
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Alex Khoury, CVICU RN, has been working at Children's Minnesota for three years now. She will be sharing all her favorite things about his career.
Baby Harriet’s heart condition was so rare, only 55 cases were reported worldwide over a 20-year span.
Tom Coyne, echo sonographer manager, has been working at Children's Minnesota for 14-years now. He will be sharing all his favorite things about his career.
Historically, Black patients have experienced disparities across the spectrum of health care, even when it comes to the most basic of patient needs – hair care. That’s why a team of nurses at Children’s Minnesota set out to address the issue and improve hair care for children in the hospital with textured hair.