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.
Star Gala inspires donations to support life-saving critical resources for Children’s Minnesota neonatology program
After a two-year break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, generous donors returned for one of the most impactful philanthropic events in the Twin Cities – the Children’s Minnesota Star Gala. The 30th annual Star Gala benefited the Children’s Minnesota neonatology program, which cares for more newborns than any other program in the region.
Children’s Minnesota: Neonatal Virtual Care program launches new telehealth partnership with CCM Health
Children’s Minnesota has added CCM Health in Montevideo, Minnesota, as a new Children’s Minnesota: Neonatal Virtual Care program partner.
NICU Follow-up Clinic proves crucial for early childhood development and the Barich family can attest
We take great pride in every newborn who graduates from the NICU, but that’s truly just the beginning of their journey. Unfortunately, many premature babies face a range of challenges, including staying on track with growth milestones, delays in speech and fine motor development, and learning differences and disabilities, just to name a few. That’s where Children’s Minnesota’s NICU Follow-up Clinic comes in.
Mycaela Scalzo and Donovan Martin, parents of one with another on the way, were going to their 20-week ultrasound appointment with the typical feelings of anxiousness and excitement parents have. During this appointment, the baby’s size, organs and overall health are checked. But Mycaela and Donovan’s excitement soon turned to fear. During the check-up, an unknown mass was found on their baby’s face. The provider suspected it was oral teratoma – a noncancerous but still potentially dangerous tumor that could block the baby’s airway, create feeding issues and more.