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News for and about the physicians and clinicians in the Children’s professional community.
Ridgeview and Children’s Minnesota expand neonatal services to offer intensive care to premature babies in Waconia
Children’s Minnesota announced the expansion of its neonatal service offerings at Ridgeview’s hospital campus in Waconia, which will now offer families an enhanced Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), caring for babies as young as 30 weeks gestational age.
The new inpatient center will be the first in the east metro to treat kids under 12 years old and will be able to serve children with other complex medical conditions.
The Mayo Clinic – Children’s Minnesota collaborating to enhance cardiovascular fellowship education and deliver the best patient outcomes
Hear from Dr. Brittany Graham, the Mayo Clinic – Children’s Minnesota Cardiovascular Collaboration's first cardiac intensive care fellow.
Dr. Gigi Chawla featured in Metro Doctors, shares her best practices for physicians finding and using their authentic voice
Dr. Gigi Chawla, MD, MHA, vice president and chief of general pediatrics at Children’s Minnesota and medical director of Reach Out and Read Minnesota, was featured in the fall 2021 issue of Metro Doctors titled, “Advocacy beyond the clinic.”
Target Corporation teamed up with Children’s Minnesota to host presentations for their employees on timely topics in child health, including mental and behavioral health, and the impacts of racism on our kids.
Children’s Minnesota is proud to congratulate 185 physicians who were recognized as 2021 Top Doctors by Minnesota Monthly magazine.
Caring for kids is about more than treating their illness or condition—it’s about also caring for the whole family. That’s why family support services for children and families coping with sickle cell disease are a fundamental component of the Hemoglobinopathy and Sickle Cell Program at Children’s Minnesota.
Children’s Minnesota’s Teen Hematology Gynecology Program has a new name: Adolescent and Young Adult Hematology Gynecology Program
Children's Minnesota's Teen Hematology Gynecology Program has a new name: Adolescent and Young Adult Hematology Gynecology Program.
At only 33 weeks pregnant, Danielle was rushed to The Mother Baby Center at Mercy. She was then diagnosed with placental abruption and preeclampsia. She was rushed to the operating room and minutes later, she gave birth to Freya.