At Children’s Minnesota, we know that good health requires more than good health care. In fact, 80% of a child’s health is tied to where they live, learn and play. That’s why we have the Community Connect program. The program helps connect families in our Minneapolis and St. Paul Primary Care Clinics to existing community resources.
Mindy Torres has dedicated three years to working at Children’s Minnesota. When Mindy was just 22.6 weeks pregnant, her water broke due to a pregnancy complication and her baby Javier was then born at just 24.3 weeks, which meant that he was nearly four months premature! Javier was immediately brought to the NICU where he spent 133 days slowly getting stronger and stronger every day.
Recently, Elliot, diagnosed with spina bifida before he was born, set one very important goal for himself: he wanted to ride the bus to school. But there was one thing in his way. He needed to learn to climb the bus stairs by himself.
National Coming Out Day: Ari Elfenbein, emergency medical technician (EMT), shares why we celebrate and the importance of the day.
There is a lot of information about additional COVID-19 vaccine doses going around and it may seem confusing. Don’t worry, you’re not alone! Read on for more information about the COVID-19 vaccine doses and boosters available now and who qualifies.
Get to know Mariana Quiroga, senior director of marketing, and learn how she is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month!
Hannah Butzman, M.S., CCC-SLP, talks about being a speech language pathologist at Children’s Minnesota
National Rehabilitation Awareness Week is celebrated and recognized Sept. 19-25, 2021! In honor of this special month, we talked with Hannah Butzman, M.S., CCC-SLP, speech language pathologist at Children’s Minnesota.
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In the summer of 2019, the Ortega-Hohe family’s lives were turned upside down when they found out 10-year-old Andrew had stage 2A Lymphocyte-Predominant Hodgkin Lymphoma.