Children’s Minnesota is excited to announce updates to the leadership of our neonatal program. We welcome Dr. Tara Zamora in the role of medical director of our NICU in Minneapolis. And Dr. Lia Gravari has assumed the position of the ECMO director for the NICU, in her role as an associate medical director, ECMO for Children’s Minnesota.
The latest Children’s Minnesota stories in the news and press releases from across our hospitals and clinics.
Children’s Minnesota PA brings personal experience to caring for girls and young women with bleeding disorders
Children’s Minnesota physician assistant (PA) Skye Peltier, PA-C was featured in a recent issue of HemAware magazine. In the article – How Women in the Bleeding Disorders Community are Fighting for Change – Skye, who has factor VII deficiency, was one of 6 women who shared their personal stories of living with bleeding disorders while giving advice and offering support to others with similar conditions.
Andrew Redmann, MD, pediatric otolaryngologist, Children’s Minnesota ENT and Facial Plastics, recently presented to a group of pediatric clinicians in Western Wisconsin with the support of the Children’s Minnesota Speakers Bureau.
The Mother Baby Center, a partnership between Children’s Minnesota and Allina Health, is expanding its neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) services. The Center will enhance neonatal care at its Mercy Hospital location in Coon Rapids, shifting from a Level II special care nursery to a Level III NICU.
Children’s Minnesota announced the appointment of four new members to its Hospital Board of Directors, as well as the full slate of officers and board members for 2021. Joining the Hospital Board of Directors are Dr. Archelle Georgiou, Chris Hedberg, Damu McCoy and Dr. Brooke Moore.
Transport service is available around the clock, seven days a week — the neonatal team is equipped to implement treatments such as nitric oxide and active cooling therapies immediately upon arrival at the hospital and during the transport.
The new specialty center expands Children’s Minnesota’s presence into the south metro, giving families a more accessible and convenient option for pediatric specialty care.
The Mother Baby Center, a partnership between Allina Health and Children’s Minnesota, announced the launch of its rebrand campaign which includes illustrations by a local artist, Kprecia Ambers, depicting images of the diverse communities it serves.
Soon you’ll be able to find the Children’s Minnesota care you trust in the south metro! The new Children’s Minnesota Specialty Center – Lakeville will offer rehabilitation and behavioral health services in 2021.
Join us in congratulating 2020’s recipient of the Excellence in Patient- and Family-Centered Care (EPFCC) Award: Deb Lindberg, registered nurse (RN) on 7th floor at the Minneapolis hospital.