The Department of Pediatric Emergency Medicine is comprised of our staff physicians, nurse practitioners, and ancillary staff. We are one of the largest groups in the nation. Both of our main hospitals are staffed 24/7/365 with BC/BE PEM physicians. In addition to a complete array of pediatric subspecialists, we have numerous resources available in our emergency departments including interpreter services, social services, child life specialists, pharmacists, respiratory therapists, medical scribes and research assistants.
Welcome to the Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) fellowship program at Children's Minnesota. You have chosen to explore one of the country's premiere PEM fellowship programs – for over 25 years we have trained fellows to be experts in the field of pediatric emergency medicine. We work hard to provide an environment where fellows can push themselves to be their best; a place filled with a culture of learning, and advancement of our craft.
Children’s Minnesota supports health professionals throughout the Upper Midwest who provide emergency and trauma care to children in several ways.
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Our UnitedHealthcare® Pediatric Emergency Department and Level I Trauma Center in Minneapolis is Minnesota's only Level I pediatric trauma center in a hospital dedicated solely to kids.
At Children’s Minnesota, our staff understands how stressful an emergency visit can be. We’ll do our best to reduce anxiety for you and your child.
Our team is the largest and most experienced in treating childhood injuries and acute illness in the region.
Whether you and your child come to us with a high fever or by ambulance after an accident, we’re ready to help. Take a minute to learn more about what we can do.
At Children’s Minnesota, we have more than 90,000 visits to our emergency rooms each year. In fact, we care for more pediatric emergency and trauma patients than any other healthcare system in our region.
Caring for children is a privilege. And, we always do our best to live up to it. That’s why, whether it’s for a flu vaccination or a brain tumor, we will never stop trying to develop better ways to treat children. We will continually reimagine what it means to provide the best health care.