Dr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics, appeared in a five-part TPT-PBS docu-series about adverse childhood experiences and trauma.
Eriq Nelson, Star Studio producer and talent, explains the how the wrap-around care services, such as Star Studio, offered at Children’s Minnesota help kids and families.
Dr. Stephen Nelson, medical director of the vascular anomalies center at Children’s Minnesota, and Ray Blaylark, sickle cell patient health advocate, attended the Minnesota Sickle Cell Coalition to speak on racial disparities in sickle cell disease and the need for people of color on patient care teams.
Dr. Pamela Niksich, pediatrician at Partners in Pediatrics Brooklyn Park Clinic, wrote on the importance of HPV vaccinations and best practices for pediatricians and general practitioners.
Children’s Level 4 Pediatric Epilepsy Center uses combination of new technologies to help patients with epilepsy
Dr. Nitin Agarwal, an epileptologist, and Dr. Joseph Petronio, a neurosurgeon, used a combination of new technologies - stereoelectroencephalography (sEEG) and the Rosa robot - to eliminate seizures for 10-year-old epilepsy patient Nicole.
Santa, Mrs. Claus and St. Paul police department made their sixteenth annual visit to Children’s Minnesota to bring gifts to kids staying in the St. Paul hospital during the holidays.
Dr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics, appeared on the WCCO Mid-Morning show to talk about age-appropriate New Year’s resolutions for families and children.
Children’s Minnesota nurses Janyce Majkozak, Natalie Wilson and Bethany Beattie were recognized by Mpls/St.Paul Magazine as three of seventeen Outstanding Nurses in 2018.
Dr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics, talked about how parents can teach children the value of giving back to their communities.
Minnesota Snow Lights, a local light enthusiast group, brought an interactive holiday light show to patients at Children’s Minnesota.