Children`s Hospital - St. Paul

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Children's Hospital - St. Paul is situated on the western edge of St. Paul, Minnesota. It is one of the two hospitals of Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota - the largest childrenís health care organization in the upper Midwest. The hospital is affiliated with the University of Minnesota Medical School at Minneapolis.

Since its inception in 1920, the 126-bed free-standing facility has been providing comprehensive and integrated medical and surgical pediatric services to the community.

Some of the areas of specialization are cardiology, dermatology, endocrinology, hematology/oncology, neurology, and orthopedics.

Kohlís Powercubed Exercise Center, McNeely Pediatric Diabetes Center and Endocrinology Clinic, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and Pediatric Intensive Care Unit are included in the medical facilities.

The Family Resource Center offers library services and information about local hotels and restaurants.

In addition, the hospital campus features outdoor play areas, play rooms, family lounges, chapel, and cafeteria.

Off-site search results for ""Children's Hospital" AND "St. Paul""...

Participating Institutions
Second and Third year residents spend 4 weeks at Children's hospital St. Paul. Children's Hospital St. Paul Emergency Department has seven full-time pediatric emergency physicians who supervise residents. Residents see all pediatric emergency ...
http://www.regionsem.org/institution/participating.php

Children's of Minnesota
Paul (Hwy. 5). Proceed east on Hwy. 5 across Mississippi River and into St. Paul. Hwy. 5 becomes Fort Rd. Proceed on Fort Rd. to Grand Av. Turn north (left) on Grand Ave. Proceed on Grand Av. two blocks to Children's Hospitals and Clinics, which ...
http://www.childrenshc.org/Locations/SaintPaul.asp

ARTHUR FOOTE II: THE CELEBRATION OF LIFE
Probably only our move to St. Paul, with its fine Children's Hospital, saved his life. That was twelve years ago. So full have these years been it is difficult even to summarize. They have seen Fran become a high school graduate and now a ...
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