Several videos produced by Children’s Minnesota have won industry awards from the Viddy Awards, Communicator Awards, and Telly Awards.
Baby Harriet’s heart condition was so rare, only 55 cases were reported worldwide over a 20-year span.
System Medical Director of Neonatology at Children’s Minnesota selected as a Notable Leader in Health Care
Dr. Thomas George, system medical director of neonatology at Children’s Minnesota, was named a 2022 Notable Leader in Health Care by Twin Cities Business magazine.
Mpls.St.Paul Magazine showcases Children’s Minnesota kid experts on advancements in pediatric care in 2022 Top Doctors
In addition to more than 170 Children’s Minnesota physicians selected by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as 2022 Top Doctors, several Children’s Minnesota kid experts were featured in an in-depth article highlighting enhancements in delivering outcomes.
Children’s Minnesota is thrilled to announce our innovative The Kid Experts™ At Home monitoring program is now available exclusively at both of our hospital campuses in Minneapolis and St. Paul, and also Mercy hospital in Coon Rapids.
Roselyn’s recovery: Children’s Minnesota’s Neonatal Virtual Care program brings expert care to more babies
Children’s Minnesota’s Neonatal Virtual Care program provides on-demand care management for newborns, like baby Roselyn, needing immediate acute stabilization and resuscitation at partnering hospitals.
Children’s Minnesota’s innovative The Kid Experts™ At Home monitoring program is now available at all three of the organization’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit locations.
A new program at Children’s Minnesota, called The Kid Experts™ At Home monitoring program, allows eligible preterm newborns to go home early.
Michaela and Nic were excited to welcome their first baby, Xander. The pregnancy was going smoothly until a growth scan at 32 weeks. Only a week before Christmas, Michaela was told her baby was in heart failure and she needed to get to a hospital that provided expert fetal and neonatal he needed.
Baby Ellie spent 21 days recovering in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Children's Minnesota after she was born with a rare condition that required immediate surgery. She's now home and all smiles.