Children’s Minnesota’s work on health equity goes beyond the advocacy department. However, we are proud to be engaged in efforts geared toward ensuring every child is supported in his or her health and wellbeing. We are doing this in general ways through active relationship-building with communities of color as well as through more specific efforts. For example, in 2014, Children’s initiated an American Indian Community Collaboration, which is driven by our American Indian liaison and guided through a co-leadership structure with members of the American Indian community. This work is focused on enhancing patient/family experience within our system, identifying and addressing specific disparities and fostering external relationships that can support health and wellbeing for American Indian children in their community and through their own cultural assets.
Please contact a member of our team if you’d like to learn more about our work.