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Three Children’s Minnesota nurses recognized as 2018 Outstanding Nurses

Children’s Minnesota nurses Janyce Majkozak, Natalie Wilson and Bethany Beattie were recognized by Mpls/St.Paul Magazine as three of seventeen Outstanding Nurses in 2018.

Dr. Gigi Chawla speaks on teaching children the value of giving

Dr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics, talked about how parents can teach children the value of giving back to their communities.

Light show brings holiday magic to Children’s Minnesota

Minnesota Snow Lights, a local light enthusiast group, brought an interactive holiday light show to patients at Children’s Minnesota.

Joe Kurland shares tips to prevent the spread of germs

Joe Kurland, vaccine specialist and infection preventionist, sat down with MPR to discuss the prevention of germ spreading during the holiday season.

The Dude and Star Studio help kids be kids at Children’s Minnesota

The Dude shared what it takes to do his job and how Star Studio helps kids be kids at Children’s Minnesota.

Congratulations to Children’s Minnesota endowed chair recipients

Children's is proud to announce the honoring of Joseph B. Lillegard, MD, PhD, inaugural chair holder of the Dr. Jim Sidman Endowed Chair in Fetal Research, and Brad A. Feltis, MD, PhD, inaugural chair holder of the Dr. Carol L. Wells Endowed Chair in Fetal Surgery.

Kimberly Welch joins Children’s Minnesota as vice president of marketing and communications

MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL – (Dec. 3, 2018) – Children’s Minnesota is pleased to welcome Kimberly Welch as its new vice president of marketing and communications, effective Dec. 3.

Children’s Minnesota St. Paul clinic wins award

The Children's Minnesota St. Paul Pediatric Clinic was awarded the HPV Vaccination Initiation award for large clinics by the Minnesota Department of Health

Children’s Minnesota patient volunteers at St. Paul hospital

Seventeen-year-old patient Yesica Mercado volunteers at Children’s Minnesota to bring cheer kids who are admitted.

Children’s Minnesota in the process of becoming a Level I ACS Verified Surgery Center

Children’s is in the process to become a Level I ACS Verified Surgery Center. This is the highest level of distinction for hospitals that perform complex surgical procedures in newborns, children and teens.