We talked with Children’s Minnesota employees about the significance and meaning of Black History Month.
As we continue to be virtual in 2021, we encourage you to find creative ways to celebrate the Lunar New Year, whether it be exchanging little gifts and treats or decorating with your own family. We wish you all a Happy Lunar New Year!
Hunter was diagnosed with Dextro-Transposition of the Great Arteries, or d-TGA, a ventricular septal defect (VSD) and a restrictive atrial septal defect (ASD) at birth. Today, Hunter is a happy and healthy 17 month old.
Allison Kimmes is a mother of two, Kashton and Annistyn. In this blog, she outlines her family’s experience with the congenital heart defect Kasthon was born with.
Grants from CHA support programs across the health care system, from child life in the emergency department to mental health services for vulnerable children.
Leaders from Children’s Minnesota employee resource groups presented “Why should I get the COVID-19 vaccine?” Panelists spoke on medical mistrust in communities of color, shared why they will take the vaccine and provided science-based information to help individuals make an informed decision on whether or not to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
We all understand how important helmets are when biking, but what about sledding? Children's Minnesota nurse, Jessica, shares how a helmet protected her daughter's head while sledding.
From Jan. 25 through Feb. 5, Children’s Minnesota is hosting a virtual interview event for medical assistants and licensed practical nurses (LPNs)—we’re interviewing all qualified candidates.
Remi and Reese were born as conjoined twins. Read their amazing story of resilience and strength through their separation surgery.