Children’s Minnesota’s pulmonology and diabetes programs recognized among the best programs in the country
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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.
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.
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.
Hillery Smith Shay, MBA, joins Children’s Minnesota as vice president of marketing and communications
Children’s Minnesota is pleased to announce Hillery Smith Shay, MBA, as its new vice president of marketing and communications, effective immediately. In her new role, Shay will provide leadership and strategic direction for organizational communications, marketing and brand strategy, and outreach functions.
MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL (March 22, 2021) –Caroline (Ndungu) Njau, MBA, BSN, RN, NEA-BC is joining Children’s Minnesota as its new senior vice president of patient care services and chief nursing officer (CNO) effective immediately. In her new role, Njau will be responsible for patient care operations across two hospital campuses, including nursing and patient and family services, as well as nursing strategy, education, and professional development. She is a member of the Children’s Minnesota Executive Leadership team.
The fundraising event encourages participants to connect with family and friends through virtual healthy activities during two weeks in May.
Children’s Minnesota announced it received the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) certification of its Heart Failure and Heart Transplant program.