Children’s Minnesota is pleased to announce Sam Githinji has accepted the role of chief information security officer. In the role, Sam will be responsible for ensuring Children’s Minnesota has the processes and procedures in place to protect patient, employee and business information.
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Children’s Minnesota hosts MDH Commissioner Jan Malcolm to commemorate first year of COVID-19 vaccine
Children's Minnesota hosted MDH Commissioner Jan Malcom and other health care leaders as part of the state’s Celebrate Safely campaign, and to mark the one-year anniversary of the first COVID-19 vaccine doses being administered in the state.
CEOs from nine Minnesota health systems have come together to raise the alarm in a public plea to help a health care system that is overwhelmed. As COVID-19 continues to surge, leaders have taken out a full-page ad in major newspapers across the state this week that highlight the critical nature of the situation, the heartbreaking realities facing hospitals and how the community can help.
Pine Tree Apple Classic Fund presents $256,000 gift to Children’s Minnesota supporting targeted cancer research efforts
Pine Tree Apple Classic Fund President Kevin Werwie and its Board of Directors presented Children’s Minnesota with a $256,000 check supporting targeted children’s cancer research efforts.
The Mother Baby Centers at United and Mercy recognized among best hospitals for maternity in the U.S.
The U.S. News & World Report’s inaugural list recognizes hospitals for their overall quality of care for uncomplicated pregnancies.
We are pleased to announce that the Community Connect program at Children’s Minnesota has been selected as a Top Finalist for the inaugural Bernard J. Tyson National Award for Excellence in Pursuit of Healthcare Equity by The Joint Commission and Kaiser Permanente.
Congratulations to James Burroughs, vice president, chief equity and inclusion officer, for being honored with the 2021 Champion of Change Award from the Minnesota Urban Debate League (MNUDL).
Ridgeview and Children’s Minnesota expand neonatal services to offer intensive care to premature babies in Waconia
Children’s Minnesota announced the expansion of its neonatal service offerings at Ridgeview’s hospital campus in Waconia, which will now offer families an enhanced Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), caring for babies as young as 30 weeks gestational age.
The new inpatient center will be the first in the east metro to treat kids under 12 years old and will be able to serve children with other complex medical conditions.
Children’s Minnesota is proud to congratulate 185 physicians who were recognized as 2021 Top Doctors by Minnesota Monthly magazine.