Are your kids stuck at home and acting out?

Behavior Checker® is a new tool to solve 150 common child behavior issues, like excess screen time, and create a more peaceful home.

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COVID-19 (Coronavirus): What parents need to know

Children’s Minnesota discusses the concerns, and what you should do if you develop symptoms.

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Walk-in hours for sick care are available Monday through Thursday 8 am-5 pm and Friday 8 am-4 pm. Bring your child in for a sick visit at our West St. Paul clinic–no appointment needed!

Our clinic moved!

As of Aug. 26, our new location is at 963 S. Robert St. To learn more about our new location, click below.

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Online scheduling is available for current patients!

Well-child checkups, sick visits, asthma care, behavioral concerns, medication checks, and pre-op exams.

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What if getting shots didn’t hurt?

At Children’s Minnesota, we’ve made a promise to our patients. We call it Children’s Comfort Promise. It means we will do everything possible to prevent and treat pain.
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At Children’s West St. Paul Clinic your child receives personalized care that reflects our values of compassion, integrity and service. Our pediatricians and staff are experts in their field and are equipped with the latest medical technology and knowledge to ensure that your child’s visit is complete and concise. Our comprehensive clinics offers onsite diagnostic x-ray and full laboratory services, patient education, behavioral services and more. For your convenience, we offer same day appointments for illnesses and injuries that can’t wait.

Make an appointment online!

Online scheduling is now available to our current patients for:

  • Well-child checkups
  • Sick visits
  • Asthma care
  • ADHD/ADD/behavioral concerns
  • Medication checks
  • Pre-op exams

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Call to schedule if this is your first visit or if you need interpreter services.

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Four things parents should know about the flu shot

The best way to protect yourself and your kids against the flu is to receive an annual influenza vaccination.

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Newborn screenings help identify potential concerns

If you’re an expecting parent or have recently had a baby, learn more about the newborn screening program in Minnesota and what to do with an abnormal screen.

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