Black History Month is more than a celebration of the richness of African American history. It is a chance to correct the historical record.
The Midwest Fetal Care Center: A combination of experts from Children’s Minnesota and Allina Health produce exceptional outcomes
The Midwest Fetal Care Center (MWFCC) team is attending the Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine’s (SMFM) 40th annual pregnancy meeting in Grapevine, Texas, from Feb. 3-8, 2020. This annual meeting is a place for leaders and colleagues in maternal-fetal medicine get together and learn about cutting-edge obstetrics updates through workshops, forums and presentations.
The newly formed Children’s Minnesota Nurses of Color Employee Resource Group (NOC ERG) kicked off its first meeting on the St. Paul campus on Jan. 29. The NOC ERG, which now has more than 100 members, was created in the fall by a core group of nurses, leaders and the equity and inclusion team at Children’s Minnesota.
Burns are one of the most common childhood accidents and often occur in the home. Read on to learn what types of burns to watch out for and simple steps you can take to prevent these accidents.
Dr. Marc Gorelick, Children's Minnesota president and CEO, joined top health care executives to talk about each organization’s top priorities moving into 2020.
Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) leaders and champions from throughout the Twin Cities joined Children’s Minnesota and 3M on Jan. 23 for the DEI Collective: Our Twin Cities Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Employee Resource Group/Network Partnership.
According to Children's employee Ed Ji, Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in China. Learn more about how Ed celebrates the holiday,
One of the most dangerous things that can happen in a home is when natural gases, like radon, become exposed. January is Radon Action Month and Children’s Minnesota wants to keep you and your family safe from dangerous natural gases like radon.
Coronavirus is a respiratory illness that looks similar to the common cold, influenza or pneumonia with symptoms like a fever, a cough or difficulty breathing. Here's what parents need to know about coronavirus, or COVID-19.
The heart of the dietary aide job is making families’ hospital stays easier and being a bright spot in a child’s day. Learn how you can help make sure everyone at Children's gets the nourishment they need to thrive.