Children’s Minnesota is pleased to announce Sam Githinji has accepted the role of chief information security officer. In the role, Sam will be responsible for ensuring Children’s Minnesota has the processes and procedures in place to protect patient, employee and business information.
The Mother Baby Centers at United and Mercy recognized among best hospitals for maternity in the U.S.
The U.S. News & World Report’s inaugural list recognizes hospitals for their overall quality of care for uncomplicated pregnancies.
Congratulations to Dr. Michael Richards for being awarded a $50,000 infrastructure grant from the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, the largest non-government funder of childhood cancer research grants. The grant will support the Cancer and Blood Disorders program at Children’s Minnesota in offering clinical trials for state-of-the-art pediatric cancer therapies.
Dr. Angela Kade Goepferd, medical director of the Gender Health program at Children’s Minnesota, was invited to the governor’s order to talk about why the ban is important for LGBTQ kids.
Jennifer Olson, MBA, has been named senior vice president, chief operating officer (COO) of Children’s Minnesota.
Children’s Minnesota is launching neonatal virtual care partnerships with six hospitals across Minnesota and in Wisconsin, giving them 24/7 access to Level IV neonatal expertise.
Children’s Minnesota announces Dave Lundal as Chief Information Officer and Vice President of Information Technology Services
As CIO, Lundal is responsible for the strategic direction and technical support of all information systems supporting Children’s Minnesota. He has more than 25 years of experience in health care information technology and leadership.
U.S. News & World Report announced that Children’s Minnesota has been named one of America’s Best Children’s Hospitals, ranking the pediatric system for three key specialty areas in its 2019-2020 rankings released online Tuesday. Children’s is among the top 50 facilities, ranking No. 38 in pulmonology, No. 42 in diabetes and endocrinology, No. 43 in neonatology, and No. 28 in nephrology as a joint program partnership with the Masonic Children's Hospital.
Children’s Minnesota Trauma Center receives Level I re-verification status from the American College of Surgeons
Children’s Minnesota received re-verification by the American College Surgeons (ACS) as a Level I pediatric trauma center on its Minneapolis campus, the highest level offered by the organization’s Committee on Trauma.
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