Emily Chapman, vice chief medical officer, shared insights on healthy caffeine intake for children and teens.
As part of her "Ask the Pediatrician" column in Minnesota Parent magazine, Dr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics, explained that milk can be divided into two categories - plant-based and animal-based - and underscored why the benefits of cow's milk make it the best option. Read the full article: What kind of milk is best for our child?
Dr. Julie Lesser, medical director of the Center for Treatment of Eating Disorders, lead the treatment of a young girl diagnosed with anorexia nervosa.
Children's Minnesota was selected as the April SPS Hospital of the Month.
Kelly Wolfe, public policy director at Children's Minnesota spoke with Minnesota Public Radio regarding the value of Medicaid.
Joy Johnson-Lind, director of child and family services, talked about the alternative therapies available to patients during their stay at Children's.
A high school athlete dedicated his golf game to raising money for Children’s Minnesota.
Congratulations to the 79 Children’s Minnesota physicians recognized by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as 2017 “Rising Stars.” This is the third 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. This year’s list includes 383 doctors in 43 specialties, who were selected after a peer-nomination process. Candidates were evaluated on myriad factors, including (but not limited to) professional achievement, review by an expert physician panel, extensive research and disciplinary history. Only doctors who received the highest total points from the surveys, research and blue-ribbon panel were selected to this list.
A partnership between Children’s Minnesota and the Life Is Good Kids Foundation has contributed to the training of nearly 80 Children’s staff members to be “playmakers.”
Patsy Stinchfield discussed the Children's Minnesota St. Paul PICU's record 2,570 days without a central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI).