Children’s is proud to congratulate the 173 physicians who were recognized as 2019 Top Doctors by Minnesota Monthly magazine. The annual list is determined by a survey of 10,000 licensed Minnesota doctors who were asked to name up to three doctors in a specialty category. The list is published in the September issue of the magazine and online.
News for and about the physicians and clinicians in the Children’s professional community.
The Minnesota Perinatal Organization conference is Sept. 19-20, 2019. Four Children’s-affiliated speakers are presenting state-of-the-art information on obstetric and newborn care practices.
Mark Bergeron, MD, MPH Medical Director of Children’s Minnesota Special Care Nurseries, Neonatal Virtual Care and Associate Medical Director of Level IV NICU, discussed the strides made in virtual care at Children’s Minnesota, including the latest expansion into Neonatal Virtual Care with MetroDoctors.
We are excited to bring you the first annual collaborative conference between Children's Minnesota and the University of Minnesota, Department of Pediatrics. This two-day program offers practical information to help you stay current on relevant topics and recent advances in pediatrics important to your practice.
More exam rooms and soon walk-in appointments at new Children’s clinic
Children’s Minnesota announced two appointments to its executive leadership team. Brenda McCormick was appointed chief financial officer and senior vice president of finance. Jennifer Soderholm was appointed chief development officer and president of the Children’s Minnesota Foundation.
Children’s Minnesota is excited to congratulate our very own Dr. Andrea Lampland, MD, neonatologist, for her recognition from Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as a 2019 Top Doctor in the Twin Cities.
Congratulations to the 188 Children’s physicians recognized by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as 2019 Top Doctors. The 23rd edition of the list includes more than 819 doctors from across the Twin Cities in 45 specialties. Physicians 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 different specialties and on myriad factors, including (but not limited to) peer recognition, professional achievement, extensive research and disciplinary history. Doctors who had the highest scores from each grouping were invited to serve on a blue-ribbon panel that evaluated the other candidates. The Top Doctors are all listed in the July issue of the magazine.
Redesigning the care experience to better meet our patients’ needs is a strategic pillar for Children's Minnesota 2020 vision.
The Children's Minnesota Simulation team provides education and training to physicians and clinicians throughout the region.