More exam rooms and soon walk-in appointments at new Children’s clinic
The latest Children’s Minnesota stories in the news and press releases from across our hospitals and clinics.
Children’s Minnesota announced two appointments to its executive leadership team. Brenda McCormick was appointed chief financial officer and senior vice president of finance. Jennifer Soderholm was appointed chief development officer and president of the Children’s Minnesota Foundation.
Children's Minnesota has garnered extensive national attention on the topic of vaping, and has become the thought leader on the subject.
Congratulations Sue Slocum, chief investment officer, for earning a place on Trusted Insight’s Top 30 Health Care Chief Investment Officers list!
Children’s is proud to announce that Martha Dugan, APRN, CNP, has been named a winner in the 2019 Mpls.St.Paul Magazine “Outstanding Nurses” Awards.
Children’s Minnesota is excited to congratulate our very own Dr. Andrea Lampland, MD, neonatologist, for her recognition from Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as a 2019 Top Doctor in the Twin Cities.
Kare 11 shares the touching story of Alexa Mendoza, a toddler who was one of only about a dozen babies in the world to have survived a rare open fetal surgery to remove a tumor while still in her mother’s womb. Children’s Minnesota is one of just a few hospitals across the country that is able to perform this complex and risky procedure.
Children’s Minnesota released its 2018 Annual Report featuring accomplishments and results from the past year, a message from president and CEO Marc Gorelick, MD, a variety of patient stories, and donor listings.
Congratulations to the 188 Children’s physicians recognized by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as 2019 Top Doctors. The 23rd edition of the list includes more than 819 doctors from across the Twin Cities in 45 specialties. Physicians were asked to nominate one or more doctors (excluding themselves) whom they would choose if they or a loved one were seeking medical care. From there, candidates were grouped into different specialties and on myriad factors, including (but not limited to) peer recognition, professional achievement, extensive research and disciplinary history. Doctors who had the highest scores from each grouping were invited to serve on a blue-ribbon panel that evaluated the other candidates. The Top Doctors are all listed in the July issue of the magazine.
Nearly two thousand participants from across the Twin Cities metro came out Saturday for the second-annual Walk for Amazing, a celebratory fundraising event supporting the many specialty areas at Children’s Minnesota. Energized families, friends, neighbors and coworkers raised more than $320,000 for the state’s largest nonprofit pediatric health system, which serves kids and their families throughout the Upper Midwest.