At Children's Minnesota, we treat children, not diseases. The cardiovascular team knows that helping kids thrive physically is only part of our job. Helping patients and families feel more at ease emotionally is a big also part of what we do. Our first meeting with you sets the tone for everything to come, so we make it as informative and comforting as we can.
The cardiovascular team at Children's Minnesota is nationally renowned. We specialize in diagnosing and treating heart and blood vessel conditions that affect kids. The professionals from Children's Minnesota and the Children's Heart Clinic, along with many collaborating partners, comprise our team and have a wealth of experience. It shows. Our outcomes are some of the best in the country.
Choosing where to bring your child for cardiovascular care is a major decision. We understand you want all the information you can get. And you want it in a clear, straightforward format that helps you make the right choice for your family.
Tovin Kainz, 4, was born with tetralogy of Fallot, a congenital heart defect.
At Children's Minnesota, our pediatric cardiovascular program is one of the largest in the region. We offer the newest techniques for treating kids' cardiovascular and blood vessel conditions plus a megadose of heart in all we do. We provide a full range of services, from imaging tests to pioneering surgeries, for babies, children, teens and adults born with heart defects. The cardiovascular specialists at Children's are among the most experienced around. And our outcomes are some of the best in the country.
24th annual Children’s Star Gala nets more than $2.2 million to support leading cardiovascular program
Eleven hundred people joined together and raised more than $2.2 million for Children's Minnesota's cardiovascular program at Children's annual Star Gala on Saturday, April 25, at the historic Milwaukee Road Depot.
This is the first in a series about Team Superstars runners who will participate in the marathon on behalf of Children’s inaugural charity running team.
Cole Eckes, 4, was diagnosed with cardiac fibroma when he was an infant.
Tyler LaMourea was diagnosed with tachycardia, a faster-than-normal resting heartbeat, when he was 6 years old.