Congratulations to the 65 Children’s Minnesota physicians recognized by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as 2018 “Rising Stars.” This is the fourth edition of the Top Doctors Rising Stars list, which highlights outstanding physicians who have been fully licensed to practice for approximately 10 years or less.
Jennifer Olson, senior vice president system operations and chief strategy officer at Children's, was selected as a 2018 Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal Women in Business honoree.
Kelly Wolfe, director of public affairs and policy, was selected as one of 59 scholars chosen for the 2018 Class of Presidential Leadership Scholars fourth annual class.
Dr. Laura Hoyt, the Medical Director of the Minnesota Perinatal and Pediatric HIV Program at Children's received the Betty Hubbard Award.
Children's Minnesota was recognized by the Minnesota Department of Health as a "gold status" facility for efforts around antimicrobial stewardship.
Children’s Minnesota is proud to congratulate our 155 physicians who were recognized as 2017 Top Doctors by Minnesota Monthly magazine.
Children’s Minnesota was selected as the best hospital in Twin Cities Business Magazine's Best of Business 2017 list.
Mpls.St.Paul Magazine celebrated excellence in Twin Cities nursing by toasting 82 finalists and recognizing 16 winners of the coveted Outstanding Nurses Awards, including two winning Children's Minnesota nurses.
The 21st edition of the list includes more than 800 doctors from across the Twin Cities, and 196 from Children's.
Congratulations to the 196 Children’s physicians recognized by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as 2017 Top Doctors. The 21st edition of the list includes more than 800 doctors from across the Twin Cities. 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 45 specialties and on myriad factors, including (but not limited to) peer recognition, professional achievement, 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.