80% of the brain develops in the first 3 years

The key to unlocking the potential couldn’t be simpler. It’s you.
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For expectant parents and new families

For expectant parents and new families
Sign up to meet the pediatrician, tour the clinic, and Q & As.
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Flu prevention tips

To prevent the flu get vaccinated; always wash your hands and cover your cough and sneeze. And if you do get sick, stay home.
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At Children’s Hugo Clinic we’ve been caring for kids in our community for more than 20 years. New patients are always welcome. Complimentary/no obligation expectant parent and new family classes are offered each month, just call or e-mail us for a reservation.

We’ve expanded our services at our clinic in Hugo where you experience the same high level of care and compassion as you have come to expect from our pediatricians and staff.

  • Extended clinic hours
  • Same day appointments
  • Walk in Ready Care without an appointment
  • Access to Children’s pediatric specialists/resources
  • Onsite lab and radiology services
  • We accept most insurance plans

What’s New

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9 Things to Know About Lyme Disease

Learn more about prevention and treatment of Lyme disease and other tick-transmitted diseases.

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Well Child Exams

Listen to Dr. Gigi Chawla, senior medical director of primary care, on Children’s Pedcast as she answers questions and provides helpful information on well child visits. (36 min. audio)

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Early childhood development

Children’s Pedcast: Developing the infant-toddler brain

Gigi Chawla, MD, Children’s Minnesota senior medical director of primary care; andMike Troy, PhD, clinical psychologist and medical director of behavioral health services and associate medical director of Children’s Neuroscience Institute, from Children’s Minnesota discuss the importance of early childhood development for the infant-toddler brain between birth and age 3.

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