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Advances in Therapies for Mother and Baby

Highlights from the 2017 Fetal to Neonatal Care Conference: Advances in Therapies for Mother and Baby

The first Fetal to Neonatal Care conference, hosted by Midwest Fetal Care Center, brought together experts in fetal and perinatal medicine to promote knowledge of advanced interventions and therapies. Read more for a few highlights.

Kelly Wolfe selected for 2018 Class of Presidential Leadership Scholars

Kelly Wolfe, director of public affairs and policy, was selected as one of 59 scholars chosen for the 2018 Class of Presidential Leadership Scholars fourth annual class.

Super Bowl traffic and transportation advisory

Our locations will remain open as usual during the days leading up to the Super Bowl and the weekend of the big game. Learn more about road closures and transit options around the city.

A focus on health equity

Kelly Wolfe, director of public affairs and advocacy, along with Lisa Skjefte, health equity specialist, spoke about the importance of health equity.

Why bone health matters

Dr. Angela Goepferd talked about the importance of bone health for children.

How Children’s Minnesota handled a measles outbreak

Patsy Stinchfield spoke with Modern Healthcare about Children's Minnesota's incident command system and how the hospital worked to prevent the spread of measles during an outbreak in 2017.

PUBLIC NOTICE: MAGNET RECOGNITION PROGRAM – SITE VISIT

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A Day-by-Day Guide to Treating a Cold or the Flu

Patsy Stinchfield shared tips for tackling the flu by staying hydrated and monitoring a fever.

Children’s Minnesota names Marc Gorelick, MD, as next chief executive officer

Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minn. – (Nov. 13, 2017) – Children’s Minnesota (Children’s) is pleased to announce Marc Gorelick, MD, as its new chief executive officer (CEO). This news comes on the heels of current Children’s CEO Bob Bonar’s announcement that he intends to retire on Dec. 8, 2017. Since joining Children’s in 2014, Bonar has championed a more collaborative system of care for children and families in our region – to improve access, quality and value – and has been focused on bridging relationships with health systems sharing this same spirit.

Children’s Minnesota awarded “Gold Status” by Minnesota Department of Health

Children's Minnesota was recognized by the Minnesota Department of Health as a "gold status" facility for efforts around antimicrobial stewardship.