Meet the team

The Children’s Minnesota primary care team includes pediatricians, nurses and medical assistants who specialize in care for children, teens and young adults. Some clinics also have pediatric nurse practitioners, pediatric physician assistants, social workers, psychologists, care coordinators and lactation consultants. Helpful support staff members assist with scheduling appointments, billing and checking you in when you arrive.

Primary care doctors work closely with specialists, such as allergists and speech pathologists. A pediatrician may also refer patients to other programs and services in the Children’s Minnesota network. For example, if a primary care doctor suspects that a teen has an eating disorder, the doctor may refer the teen to the Children’s  Minnesota Center for the Treatment of Eating Disorders.

Choosing a pediatrician

You want the very best for your child and choosing a pediatrician and clinic is an important decision. Every one of our clinics provides the warm, friendly care you expect from Children’s Minnesota. Your pediatrician will partner with you to care for the health and well-being of your child for many years. Many factors go in to choosing a pediatrician/clinic and we’re here to help you through the process with our three-step guide to choosing a pediatrician. To get to know our pediatricians and pediatric nurse practitioners we have them sorted by clinic location with links to their biographies.

Primary care leadership

The Children’s Minnesota primary care clinic program is led by Gigi Chawla, MD, chief of general pediatrics.

Find by location

Hours, maps, and directions, plus team members and specialty services at each Children’s Minnesota location.