As its latest investment in mental health services for children and teens, Children’s Minnesota is announcing plans to open a second partial hospitalization program (PHP) in Roseville in early 2023.
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In the Talking Pediatrics podcast Health Equity Actions: When Racial Bias is Built Into Our Medical Tools, guest host Adriene Thornton dives into this complex area of health equity with Siman Nuurali, a change management consultant at Children’s Minnesota. Thornton is the manager of health equity at Children’s Minnesota.
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 is thrilled to announce our innovative The Kid Experts™ At Home monitoring program is now available exclusively at both of our hospital campuses in Minneapolis and St. Paul, and also Mercy hospital in Coon Rapids.
Radiologists are health professionals who use imaging techniques to diagnose various patient conditions. While you're probably familiar with some, there are many different types of radiology specialties, each with its tools and methodologies. Explore the radiology specialties list below for more inspiration if you're looking into medical imaging careers.
In addition to a comprehensive benefit and compensation package, a pharmacy career at Children’s Minnesota allows you to focus on pediatric pharmacy and provide outstanding care to kids and their families in the upper Midwest.
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.