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Some Children’s Minnesota clinics re-opening walk-in care

We now have six clinics that offer walk-in care to help your child receive care for injury and illness or to get a COVID-19 test. A visit with a provider is required as part of the COVID-19 testing. Walk-in care is typically available during regular office hours.

COVID-19 testing for kids at Children’s Minnesota

We are currently offering COVID-19 testing for kids, with or without symptoms, at Children’s Minnesota at any of our 12 Children's Minnesota primary care clinics.

Reinventing health care: Children’s Minnesota responds to COVID-19

In the latest issue of MetroDocs, the membership journal of the Twin Cities Medical Society, Dr. Razaan Byrne, primary care pediatrician at Children’s Minnesota, writes about Children’s Minnesota’s response to COVID-19, and the organization’s extensive efforts to reinvent health care to meet the changing needs of patients in the midst of the global pandemic.

Primary Care – Somali

Wax kasta oo aan sameyno waxaa ugu muhiimsan in waalidka lagu caawiyo farxadda iyo caafimaadka ilmaha

Primary Care – Hmong

Txhua yam peb ua yog puag ncig txoj kev pab koj tu xyuas kom muaj cov me nyuam kaj siab, noj qab haus huv, zoo tshaj plaws.

Primary Care – Spanish

Nuestra meta es ayudar a su hijo a crecer sano y feliz.

Children’s Minnesota takes extra steps to provide safe care

Children’s Minnesota remains a safe place for kids to get the care they need—from routine well-child check-ups to emergency care to surgeries.

Five things parents should look for when choosing a primary care provider

Many factors go into choosing a primary care provider, and Children's Minnesota is here to help you through the process. Here are five things parents should look for.

Kid outside in the winter with scarf and hat on.

Why does my child’s asthma get worse in the winter?

This winter, keep your child healthy and safe from asthma flare-ups by knowing more about what triggers their asthma.

Dad with sick baby

Protecting your child from RSV

This year, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) has been spreading quickly and affecting infants and young children in Minnesota. The trouble is, RSV can oftentimes be confused for the common cold or the flu when in fact, this illness is more serious and can sometimes be deadly. Learn what RSV is, how it spreads and how you can prevent it.