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Children’s Minnesota names next president and chief operating officer

Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minn. – (January 5, 2017) – Children’s Minnesota is pleased to welcome Marc Gorelick, MD, as its new president and chief operating officer. Dr. Gorelick, who is chief operating officer and executive vice president of Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin (CHW), will begin his role at Children’s Minnesota on March 20.

Dr. Schultz conducts research on young patient’s Pleuropulmonary Blastoma tumors

Dr. Kris Ann Schultz collected samples from a patient's tumors to conduct research and develop better ways to diagnose and treat the cancer.

Children’s Theatre Company “Cinderella” stars visit patients

Cinderella and Prince Charming visited patients at the hospital.

Hannah Kull, APRN, shares tips on how children can give back to the community

Hannah Kull, APRN, shared tips with KARE-TV about how parents can teach their kids to give back.

Genetic testing increases in popularity and consumer availability

Geoffrey Beek, genetic counselor at Children's Minnesota, shared insights and expressed caution regarding gene testing.

Children’s Minnesota patient Obadiah Gamble goes viral (again)

Children’s Minnesota patient Obadiah Gamble attended a Minnesota Wild hockey game and excitedly celebrated a goal on camera, catching the attention of viewers.

Children’s Minnesota uses Fitbits to monitor diabetic patient activity levels

Fitbits can help monitor patients with type 1 diabetes at Children's Minnesota.

Amazon employees delivers toys to Children’s Minnesota

A major Amazon gift makes the holidays brighter for patients at Children's Minnesota.

Minnesota Wild hockey player performs a mini concert at Children’s Minnesota

Minnesota Wild center Zac Dalpe visited the Child Life Zone in St. Paul.

Angela Kade Goepferd, MD FAAP, shares tips on when to see a specialist

Dr. Angela Kade Goepferd shared advice on when parents should seek a pediatrician’s opinion on common ailments.