The 22-bed unit at the health system’s St. Paul hospital is expected to serve kids and teens beginning in the fall. Securian Financial’s principal gift is the first corporate commitment to the mental health program at Children’s Minnesota.
The Walter Ramsey Award honors a professional who has given their life’s work to the service of others, who has partnered with CHA to make a marked impact in pediatric health care, and who embodies the core CHA values of: integration, innovation, impact, and involvement.
There is a new COVID-19 vaccine targeting new variants approved by CDC for children 6 months and older.
The Midwest Fetal Care Center (MWFCC) is a collaboration between Children's Minnesota and Allina Health to offer mothers and babies a continuum of care that is among the best in the nation. The MWFCC has now become a national referral center with world-class outcomes since it's opening in 2008.
Children’s Minnesota launches Shine Bright for Kids fundraiser to support kids fighting cancer and blood disorders
This September, Children’s Minnesota invites the community to help children fighting cancer and blood disorders by donating to the Shine Bright for Kids fundraising campaign. Donations of any size help support life-saving research, as well as services that ease the care journey for kids and their families, including music therapy and financial assistance.
Children’s Minnesota joined Gov. Tim Walz, Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, the Minnesota Children’s Cabinet, and community advocates for the launch of a Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights – a call to action to the community and commitment by state government agencies to remove barriers and create opportunity for children to be outdoors.
Dr. Marc Gorelick, president and CEO of Children’s Minnesota, shared how the organization is addressing numerous issues impacting the health of kids and the community in a recent CEO Viewpoint interview with Scottsdale Institute.
Children’s Minnesota is proud to be named among the top Minnesota-based Corporate Philanthropists, man inaugural list by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.
Children’s Minnesota is pleased to announce that Dr. Stephanie Fritch Lilla has accepted the role of medical director of the sickle cell program.
Children’s Minnesota to help prepare clinical trials of lab-created pediatric heart vessels that grow with the patients
A Children’s Minnesota surgeon is part of a University of Minnesota-led research team recently awarded a $3.7 million grant to prepare for human clinical trials of artificial, bioengineered pediatric blood vessels that grow with a patient.