Board of Regents Approves our New Name!Together, University of Minnesota Physicians, University of Minnesota Medical Center and University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital provide patients innovative, high quality health care.
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Who is your superhero?Did a physician or nurse take extra time to comfort your child? Or do you know a child who valiantly dealt with a difficult illness? Learn about some of our patients' real-life superheros.
Illuminating CuresAt University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital, our experts, care teams and researchers are illuminating cures that save young lives.
Our ground-breaking treatments are improving the lives of children who are ill and are becoming the standards of care for children across the country and around the world.
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A New Kidney for RaeganAt 11-month, Raegan's family was faced with horrible news. "There's nothing else we can do here". Complications during birth had resulted in complete renal shutdown and now Raegan's treatment was losing its effect. Doctors were able to give her the kidney transplant she needed.
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Doctors Build Aulana a New SpineAulana was born without a complete backbone. Because she wasn't able to use her legs, she learned to get around by walking on her hands.
Doctors are rebuilding her spine, which allows her tiny torso to grow and make room for her internal organs.
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Cancer cured for KurtAt age 13, Kurt wanted to spend his summer vacation like many kids - hanging out with friends. Instead, he was diagnosed with lyphoblastic lymphoma and immediately started chemotherapy treatment. Now age 22, Kurt is enjoying life cancer free.
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Register for WineFest today!Tickets for WineFest—A Toast to Children’s Health are on sale now. Don’t miss Minnesota’s premier wine-charity event May 9 and 10, benefiting University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital.
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- Introducing our new name:
University of Minnesota Health
- Florida State’s coach Jimbo Fisher and Kidz 1st Fund Chairwoman, Candi Fisher, are raising awareness for Fanconi Anemia after their son’s diagnosis. Watch them on CNN and the Today Show
- Heart Center Update, Fall 2013. Highlights of our patients, programs and services
- Award Recognition: "2013 Leaders in Health Care - Education and Workforce Development" given to Dept. of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota Medical School
- Physicians named 2013 Top Doctors by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine