Congratulations to the 205 Children’s physicians recognized by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as 2016 Top Doctors. The 20th edition of the list includes nearly 864 doctors from across the Twin Cities. More than 5,000 licensed metro-area physicians and registered nurses were asked to nominate one or more doctors (excluding themselves) whom they would choose if they or a loved one were seeking medical care. From there, candidates were grouped into 45 specialties and evaluated by a blue-ribbon panel for their peer recognition, professional achievement and disciplinary history.
Dr. Gigi Chawla provided expertise on how to talk to your baby at an early age.
Hannah Kull, APRN, nurse practitioner, joined KARE-TV to provide summer safety tips for parents.
Children’s Minnesota is teaming up with Mayor Betsy Hodges to promote healthy early childhood brain development.
Children’s Minnesota was honored by U.S. News & World Report as a Best Children’s Hospital for 2016-2017, ranking both the pulmonology program and the diabetes and endocrinology program.
Todd Ostendorf, Children's Minnesota CFO, was named one of Becker’s Hospital Reviews’ 150 Hospital and Health System CFOs to Know.
The Michael and Ann Ciresi Midwest Fetal Care Center was featured in Minnesota Parent.
Congratulations to the 61 Children’s Minnesota physicians recognized by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as 2016 “Rising Stars”. This is the second 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 318 doctors in 44 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 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.
Dr. Carrie Borchardt sat down with KARE-TV to discuss anxiety and depression in kids and teens.
Laurel Edinburgh from the Midwest Children’s Resource Center explains how she helps trafficked youth get the care and treatment they need.