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St. Paul Police K-9 visits Children’s Minnesota

St. Paul Police Officer Jay Curiel and his K-9 Havoc visited patients at the St. Paul Children's campus.

Children’s Minnesota part of health care coalition to enhance safety

Children's is part of Minnesota’s Health Care and Law Enforcement Coalition, a group made up of representatives from the Minnesota Department of Health, the Minnesota Sheriffs’ Association and the Minnesota Hospital Association.

Jennifer Olson featured on The (Real) Power 50 list

Jennifer Olson, SVP system operations and chief strategy officer, was featured on Minnesota Business's 2018 The (Real) Power 50 list.

Children’s Minnesota makes history with open fetal surgery

Children's Minnesota doctors performed one of the first successful open fetal surgeries ever on a fetal pericardial teratoma, a tumor on the heart of a fetus.

Dr. Angela Goepferd selected as Business of Pride honoree

Dr. Angela Goepferd, director of medical education at Children's, was selected as a 2018 Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal Business of Pride honoree.

Children’s 2018 “Rising Stars” recognized by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine

Congratulations to the 65 Children’s Minnesota physicians recognized by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as 2018 “Rising Stars.” This is the fourth edition of the Top Doctors Rising Stars list, which highlights outstanding physicians who have been fully licensed to practice for approximately 10 years or less.

Jennifer Olson selected as Women in Business honoree

Jennifer Olson, senior vice president system operations and chief strategy officer at Children's, was selected as a 2018 Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal Women in Business honoree.

Community Caregivers: Kendra Gram

Kendra Gram, cardiac intensive care physician at Children's, was profiled in Minnesota Physician for her volunteer work.

MPR: Five tips to help kids become adventurous eaters

Tricia Armstrong, speech pathologist, shared tips to becoming a more adventurous eater.

Children’s Minnesota recognized for record in PICU

Children's Minnesota was recognized for going 3,464 days in total without a central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI).