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Use our Find a Doctor tool to search over 1,800 members of Children’s Minnesota clinical staff. Our directory includes physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, dentists, oral surgeons, psychologists, podiatrists, pharmacists, genetic counselors and social workers.
How to get the help you need — when you need it
Children’s Minnesota offers a breadth of services to get the health care your child needs, because we care about your child’s health and well-being.
From the seriously sick to the critically injured, we’re ready for anything. Patients who come to Children’s Minnesota emergency rooms and trauma centers receive specialized care for everything from broken bones to brain injuries — because everything at Children’s is built just for kids. Learn more about the conditions we treat in our emergency rooms.
Well child check-ups and preventative care are important as children grow into young adults. Children’s Minnesota has 12 pediatric primary care clinics around the metro area so your family can get comprehensive care close to home. Find a clinic at a location convenient to you.
Walk-in Ready Care is available at some of our primary care clinics for families’ convenience — no appointment is needed.
With more than 60 pediatric specialties — from anesthesiology to vascular anomalies — Children’s provides the largest and broadest team of pediatric experts in the region.
Family resources at Children’s
One reason Children’s Minnesota stands apart from other children’s health care options is the invaluable family services and resources we offer to all patients and families. From Child Life specialists, to faith and spiritual resources, support groups, music therapists and interpreter services, we offer a wealth of activities and resources to make your time here as comfortable as possible.
When it comes to safety and quality of care, “good enough” is never good enough. At Children’s Minnesota, we strive for excellence. We will never stop learning, and we never stop improving.
To help us keep getting better, we regularly measure our progress and share those results with the public. We survey families after they visit us, we consult with our Family Advisory Council (made up of parents of past and present patients), and set quarterly improvement goals in all areas of care.
Read more about our quality of care and outcomes.