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Children’s Minnesota Minnetonka Surgery and Specialty Center reopens after two-year pause during COVID-19 pandemic
Children’s Minnesota is excited to announce the reopening of the Children’s Minnesota Minnetonka Surgery and Specialty Center following a two-year pause on outpatient procedures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Children’s Minnesota is honored to have 173 physicians recognized by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as 2022 Top Doctors. The 26th edition of the list includes hundreds of local physicians from across the Twin Cities in multiple specialties.
Children’s Minnesota’s innovative The Kid Experts™ At Home monitoring program is now available at all three of the organization’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit locations.
Children’s Minnesota and PrairieCare are pleased to announce a new partnership that will deliver high-quality psychiatric care to kids as young as six years old. As Children’s Minnesota prepares to open its first inpatient mental health unit this fall, PrairieCare will provide programmatic guidance and joint clinical leadership for the new unit.
Children’s Minnesota offers three therapies for treating or preventing COVID-19 in kids: Paxlovid, Bebtelovimab and Evusheld. These therapies are authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for kids 12 and older who weigh at least 88 pounds.
The Kid Experts at Children’s Minnesota have once again been recognized as a Best Children’s Hospital by U.S. News & World Report, sharing a ranking for cardiology and heart surgery with Mayo Clinic, as well as ranking for pulmonology and lung surgery and nephrology.
A cutting-edge program at Children’s Minnesota helps preterm babies, like Finn, go home sooner.
We’re seeking qualified candidates to join the laboratories at Children’s Minnesota. Our laboratories are full-service facilities that offer a complete spectrum of laboratory techniques for the evaluation of pediatric disorders.
A new study co-authored by Dr. Andrew Kiragu, critical care physician at Children’s Minnesota, reveals guns are now the leading cause of death among kids 0 to 19 years old in the United States.