Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota has a wide-array of nationally-recognized pediatric health experts available for media interviews. Some of our experts are listed below (in alphabetical order) along with information about their specialties and topics of expertise. To arrange interviews with these experts, please contact the media relations team.
To contact the Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota media relations team, please call the media pager at 651-629-2253. This number is monitored during evenings, weekends and holidays.
As one of the largest pediatric health systems in the country, Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota is an excellent resource for local and national news organizations. Our media relations team is committed to providing journalists with thoughtful stories and access to nationally-renowned pediatric specialists. Please contact a member of the media team if you would like to request an interview with a member of our medical staff or one of our patient families.
See the latest listing of recent honors, awards, presentations and published work by Children's professional staff.
We’re proud to honor our talented team by sharing recent honors, awards, presentations and published work from Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota staff.
Epinephrine injection manufacturer Sanofi US has voluntarily recalled all Auvi-Q (epinephrine injection, USP) products on the market, including 0.15 and 0.3 milligrams strength, because they potentially could deliver an inaccurate dosage.
When you work with the most amazing people on earth, you’re bound to have some interesting stories to tell. Every day amazing things happen here at Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota. From a single child’s incredible story to a research breakthrough that helps thousands of kids, we have stories that will change the way you see the world.
Dr. Sencer has been instrumental in founding the integrative medicine and pain and palliative care programs at Children’s.
The new Midwest Fetal Care Center, opening spring 2016, will provide expanded access to prenatal care when an abnormality or condition is identified before birth.
Cancer survivor Lucas Hobbs used his Make-A-Wish to give back to others, including staff, patients and families at Children's Minnesota.