Are your kids stuck at home and acting out?

Behavior Checker is a new tool to solve 150 common childhood behavior issues, like tantrums or anxiety, 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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Parenting help is just a phone call away

Get practical advice from behavioral health specialists to deal with typical child behavior issues & mental health concerns. Call our Parenting Line for help.
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Drive-up care is now available

Your child can get their scheduled immunizations without leaving the car.
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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.

Now offering virtual care

Some types of appointments may be offered as online virtual visits so you can receive care from the comfort of your home. When scheduling your appointment, ask if virtual care is available.

What’s New

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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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For your convenience: Text reminders are available

This clinic has expanded its texting abilities as another way to communicate with you about your child’s care. Families who have opted in for mobile messaging already receive reminders about upcoming appointments. The new messages include information about wait times, rescheduling appointments, upcoming care like: vaccinations and well-child check-ups, and more. If you’d like to receive text messages, sign up at the front desk of the clinic. (No action is needed if you already receive texts from the clinic.) You have the option to opt out at any time.