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Broken Bones and Fractures

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Care during a pandemic: J.J.’s and Bridget’s stories

Kelly Anderson, an active volunteer with Families as Partners, shares her daughters' Children’s Minnesota stories, and why she wouldn't bring her kids to any other hospital.

Locations and Contact Us

Visiting us? Get all the information you need to get to our locations and contact us.


We know you may want to dig for more information, so we gathered these easy-to-digest materials and resources from pediatric organizations in Minnesota and beyond.

What to expect

Depending on the level of care needed, your child may be seen in a hospital (inpatient) or clinic (outpatient) setting. Inpatient services can include general surgery, consultations and follow-up care.

Meet the team

Patients at Children’s Minnesota have access to some of the best pediatric orthopedic specialists with 24/7 orthopedic coverage in our emergency/trauma departments. Starting in 2022, this orthopedic coverage expanded so that patients up to age 18 can receive this type of care. We also have dedicated pediatric orthopedic physicians on campus weekdays for inpatient consultations as well as outpatient follow-up care for general orthopedic concerns. The orthopedics team includes:

Outcomes and Research

Choosing where to bring your child for care is a major decision. We understand you want all the information you can get. And you want it in a clear, straightforward form that helps you make the right choice for your family. That's why we share our outcomes with you. In medicine, "outcomes" measure the end results of a treatment. By comparing our outcomes with those of other hospitals, locally and nationally, you can see how we rank in terms of keeping patients safe and healthy.

Conditions and Services

At Children’s Minnesota, our orthopedic surgeons treat a wide range of pediatric orthopedic conditions, including fracture, bone tumors, bone infections and other issues.


At Children's Minnesota, we see a wide variety of conditions that affect the muscles, joints and bones of children and teenagers. When children and young adults experience these orthopedic problems, they need specialized care—because they're still sprouting, their growing bones and muscles are much more complex than an adult's. Our fellowship-trained pediatric orthopedists offer the needed expertise and provide the best care for a wide variety of orthopedic injuries and conditions.