Children's Minnesota is prepared to serve all of the highly specialized health care needs of children in our community. As one Children's Minnesota care system, our two hospital campuses, located just 10 miles apart, are uniquely poised to serve both the east and west metro from either location. Regardless of where patients present, every Children’s Minnesota patient will continue to have access to our full range of specialty services that the community has relied on for nearly 100 years.
The American Academy of Pediatrics hosted a successful virtual conference during a year of uncertainty
The 2020 AAP Virtual National Conference & Exhibition took place this year from Oct. 2-5 online with a combination of on-demand, live and pre-recorded sessions for attendees. Despite the pandemic, the AAP continues to make headway on critical pediatric initiatives, including gun safety, the epidemic of vaping use among the youth and prevalent health disparities.
Children’s Minnesota is committed to protecting the security and privacy of our patients. Regrettably, we recently learned of an incident that occurred at one of our vendors, Blackbaud, Inc. (“Blackbaud”), that may have involved some Children’s Minnesota data.
Blackbaud is a vendor that provides Children’s Minnesota Foundation with cloud-based and data solution services related to our donors and fundraising. In July, Blackbaud informed us it had discovered that an unauthorized individual had gained access to Blackbaud’s systems, which impacted many of their customers as well as Children’s Minnesota Foundation.
Children’s Minnesota takes the privacy and security of its patients’ information very seriously. Regrettably, this notice is about an incident that involved some of that information.
As part of efforts to advocate for investment in early childhood development, Children’s Minnesota partnered with local organizations to screen No Small Matter and host a panel discussion on the film's key messages.
Santa, Mrs. Claus and St. Paul police department made their sixteenth annual visit to Children’s Minnesota to bring gifts to kids staying in the St. Paul hospital during the holidays.
Patsy Stinchfield, director of infection prevention and control, discussed the possibility of adding a third MMR booster shot.
WebMD.com walks through the important steps to take in order to select the right pediatrician.
Children’s Minnesota answers questions you may have regarding children with diabetes.