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Work Here Wednesday: Hiring cooks in Minneapolis

Learn more about Children's Minnesota nutrition services employees Michael Ryan, executive chef, and Sam Scharber, cook in Minneapolis.

New COVID-19 visiting standards at Children’s Minnesota

Effective Tuesday, March 10, 2020, we are implementing the following COVID-19 enhanced visiting standards for the safety of your family and others in our care.

Window safety recommendations

The three most common types of falls in the home that can cause injury to children can be easily avoided. Find safety recommendations here.

Investing in children means investing in our future

Kelly Wolfe, director of public affairs and advocacy at Children’s Minnesota, shares more about structural changes and budget proposals that could impact Medicaid and the health of children across the country.

Health professional doing hygeine for preventable harm

Top five things health care professionals can do to prepare for COVID-19

Patsy Stinchfield, PNP, senior director of infection prevention and control at Children's Minnesota, has shared her tips for keeping yourself, your family and your patients and their families safe from coronavirus, or COVID-19.

Children’s Minnesota patient interviewed during MSHSL boy’s hockey tournament

Children’s Minnesota cancer patient was interviewed during MSHSL boy’s hockey tournament on Wednesday, March 4, 2020.

Celebrating Child Life Month at Children’s Minnesota

Rachel Calvert, child life manager, joined WCCO’s Mid-Morning Show to explain the unique role child life plays at Children’s Minnesota.

Work Here Wednesday: Case cart/anesthesia technician

Children’s Minnesota is looking to add a case cart/anesthesia technician to our central processing department.

Teen not wearing a helmet, not wearing her helmet

Brain injuries: Signs parents, coaches and teachers need to know

During Brain Injury Awareness month (March), we want to explain what brain injuries are and provide tips to parents, coaches and teachers so they know what to do if one happens.

Puberty: What parents and kids should know

Everybody goes through puberty, but it can still be hard to talk about it. We’re sharing what parents and kids need to know about the changes happening to their bodies at this age.