Children’s Minnesota is bringing expert pain care to more kids thanks to expanded access within the Pediatric Pain, Palliative Care and Integrated Medicine (PPCIM) Program.
The latest Children’s Minnesota stories in the news and press releases from across our hospitals and clinics.
Star Tribune and Twin Cities PBS showcases how Children’s Minnesota is tackling racial health disparities
Children’s Minnesota made headlines in the Star Tribune and Twin Cities PBS, with in-depth interviews focused on how the health care system is facing racial disparities head-on. The story features James Burroughs, chief equity and inclusion officer at Children's Minnesota, and Dr. Gabrielle Hester, medical director of quality improvement at Children's Minnesota.
Congratulations to Adriene Thornton, BSN, MA, CIC, FAPIC, infection preventionist at Children’s Minnesota, for being honored, as part of the Twin Cities Black Nurses Rock chapter, with a DAISY Award for advancing health equity!
Children’s Minnesota’s pulmonology and diabetes programs recognized among the best programs in the country
Children’s Minnesota NICU at Mercy Hospital expands services to help high-risk mothers deliver closer to home
Families in the Twin Cities north metro now have access to 24/7 neonatal experts providing care for even more prematurely born infants.
Within our cancer and blood disorders program, our team of specialists and subspecialists work both together and independently to treat kids and young adults facing a wide variety of serious conditions, all within a single health system.
Children’s Minnesota announced that it is collaborating with avoMD, a next-gen clinical decision support platform, to enhance its evidence-based clinical guideline offering.
The 2021 meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies kicked off virtually May 1-4. During the opening days of the meeting, Children’s Minnesota shared their pediatric expertise with meeting participants.
Children’s Minnesota is proud to congratulate participants who reached their health goals during Virtual Walk for Amazing.
Children’s Minnesota physician receives Emerging Scientist Award from Children’s Cancer Research Fund
Children’s Minnesota is pleased to announced Dr. Nathan Gossai has received an Emerging Scientist Award for 2021 from Children’s Cancer Research Fund. The award is a $100,000 grant designed to develop the independent research of exceptional investigators still early in their careers.