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2011 Mothers’ and Children’s Specialty Directory
A practitioner’s guide for referral
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2011 Mothers’ and Children’s Specialty Directory
A practitioner’s guide for referral
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
D isco v e r i n g B e tt e r
Way s to C a r e f o r K ids
Our new, inspiring facility provides patient- and family-centered care for
mothers and children in more than 50 pediatric and maternal services.
As Minnesota’s first green children’s hospital, the facility features an
environmentally sensitive design, eco-friendly materials and green spaces,
including a healing garden. The 96-bed hospital has a dedicated pediatric
emergency department with 10 treatment rooms, two trauma bays, six stateof-the-art operating suites, and a children’s observation and sedation unit.
Designed for Safety
In our new facility, a team of hospital experts, architects and safety
design professionals worked to create a safer, more effective and efficient
health-care environment. Safety features in the facility include decentralized
team stations, which allow care providers to spend less time outside patient
rooms and eliminate distances and distractions that can undermine safety.
Same-handed rooms encourage repetition and standardization that reduce
the chance for errors.
Designed for Experience
A guiding principle for the hospital has been separation of the “on-stage”
public areas used by patients and families and the “off-stage” areas staff
need to be provide seamless care. On each patient floor, a central corridor
with dedicated service elevators are used to bring all supplies, laundry,
medications and equipments to units, greatly reducing noise and clutter in
the main corridors.
Designed for Teamwork and Collaboration
Patient and family involvement in the treatment of children is central to the
hospital’s approach to care. That’s why the children’s hospital created space
and design features that support parents being at the hospital as much as
possible. Large, private patient rooms, family lounges, and laundry facilities
all allow families to have a more comfortable experience.
Designed for Research and Collaboration
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital partners with one of the
country’s largest research universities — the University of Minnesota and its
Department of Pediatrics. Our treatments, preventions, devices and protocols
are adopted by community hospitals and physicians throughout the United
States and around the world. As a result, we often treat the children no one
else can.
Our physician researchers are leaders in academic medicine, developing the
next generation of best treatments for children and bringing those medical
breakthroughs to our patients. We provide award-winning, internationally
recognized care in areas that include stem-cell therapies, kidney disorders,
cancer, transplantation, cystic fibrosis and more.
How to Refer a Patient
University of Minnesota Physicians has made it easy for you to refer patients to
any of our physicians at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital
through our Physician Referral Service. Through this service, you can schedule
patient appointments or request consultations with our specialists.
There are two easy options for making a referral:
1. Call the number below to speak to a representative of our referral service.
888-KIDS-UMN (888-543-7866)
24-HOUR CONSULTATIONS AND ADMISSIONS
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2. Submit a request online for a consultation or referral.
Pediatrics
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Click on “Pre-Register for a Visit” under “Health Tools” on the home page.
This will take you to an easy-to-complete form that you can submit online.
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you informed of your patients’
care. Our goal is to provide
you with prompt service and
thorough communication about
the patients that you refer to us.
Ta b l e
of
ConTenTs
Index of Providers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128-129
Critical Care (PICU) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-31
Nutrition (see Clinical Nutrition Services)
Map and Directions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126-127
Cystic Fibrosis (The Minnesota Cystic
Fibrosis Center) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-33
Obesity (see Weight Management Program)
Find a Specialist/Clinic
Adolescent Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Adoption Medicine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Allergy and Asthma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Anesthesiology (Support Services) . . . . . 116-117
Anorexia Nervosa
(see Adolescent Health; Eating Disorders)
Anxiety (see Behavioral Health Services)
Attention and Behavior Problems
Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
Disorder (ADHD) (see DevelopmentalBehavioral Services/Psychiatry)
Depression (see Behavioral Health Services)
Dermatology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-35
Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics . . . 36-37
Dialysis (see Nephrology)
Diabetes (see Endocrinology)
Down Syndrome
(see Genetics and Metabolism)
Obstetrics and Gynecology
(see Birthplace, The)
Occupational Therapy
(see Rehabilitation Services)
Oncology (see Hematology-Oncology)
Ophthalmology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78-79
Orthopaedics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80-81
Otolaryngology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82-83
Eating Assessment and Treatment
Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38-39
Pain Management Center . . . . . . . . . . . . 84-85
Emergency Medicine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-41
Pathology (Support Services) . . . . . . . . . . . . .124
Endocrinology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42-43
Palliative Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86
Ear, Nose and Throat (see Otolaryngology)
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)
(see Critical Care)
Audiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11
Epilepsy (see Neurological Care)
Physical Therapy (see Rehabilitation Services)
Autism Spectrum Disorders . . . . . . . . . . 12-13
Epidemiology and Clinical Research
(Support Services) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120-121
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery . . . . . . . .87
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Diagnostic Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Psychotic Disorders
(see Behavioral Health Services)
Bariatric Surgery
(see Weight Management Program)
Behavioral Health Services . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15
Bioethics (Support Services) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Birthplace, The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-18
Blood and Marrow Transplant (BMT) . . 20-21
Blood Disorders (see Hematology-Oncology)
Bulimia Nervosa (see Adolescent Health)
Cancer (see Hematology-Oncology)
Cardiovascular Care (see Heart Center, The)
Center for Safe and Healthy Children. . . . . .22
Chemical Dependency (see Behavioral
Health Services)
Childbirth (see Birthplace, The)
Child Abuse (see Center for Safe
and Healthy Children)
Child-Family Life Services
(Support Services) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Cleft Palate (Cleft and Craniofacial
Center). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25
Clinical Neuroscience (see Neurological Care)
Clinical Nutrition Services . . . . . . . . . . . 26-27
Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH) and
Disorders of Sex Development (DSD). . . 28-29
Counseling Centers/Services
(see Behavioral Health Services)
Gastroenterology, Hepatology
and Nutrition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46-47
General Pediatrics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48-50
Genetics and Metabolism . . . . . . . . . . . . 52-53
Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent . . . . . . 88-89
Psychology (Pediatric) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90
Pediatric Neuropsychology
(see Neurological Care)
Hypnosis (see Medical Hypnosis)
Pulmonology (The Minnesota Cystic
Fibrosis Center) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92-93
Heart Center, The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54-56
Radiation Oncology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94-95
Hematology-Oncology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58-59
Radiology (see Imaging and Sedation)
Home Care and Hospice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
Rehabilitation Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96-97
Hospitalist Program
(Support Services) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122-123
Respiratory Therapy (see Pulmonology)
Imaging and Sedation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62-63
Schizophrenia (see Behavioral Health Services)
Infectious Diseases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64-65
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66-67
International Adoption Medicine Program
(see Adoption Medicine Program, International)
Laboratory Medicine and Pathology
(Support Services) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124
Mental Health (see Behavioral Health Services)
Maternal-Fetal Medicine . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68-69
Medical Hypnosis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70-71
Neonatal Care/Neonatal Intensive
Care Unit (NICU) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72-73
Nephrology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74-75
Rheumatology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98-99
Sleep Disorders (see DevelopmentalBehavioral Pediatrics)
Social Work/Care Management . . . . . . . . .100
Speech-Language Therapy
(see Rehabilitation Services)
Spiritual Health Services
(Support Services) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
Surgery (General and Thoracic ) . . . . . 102-103
Transplant, Solid Organ . . . . . . . . . . . 104-107
Trauma Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108-109
Urology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110-111
Weight Management Program . . . . . . 112-113
Neurological Care (Neurology,
Neuropsychology and Neurosurgery) . . . 76-77
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A d O l ES C E N t H E A lt H
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Pediatric Specialty Care
Explorer Clinic
East Building
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
University of Minnesota
Physicians Pediatric Specialty
Clinic – St. Paul
Nasseff Specialty Center
Fifth Floor, Suite 504
225 N. Smith St.
St. Paul, MN 55102
651-265-7575
Fairview Children’s Clinic
2535 University Ave. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
612-672-2350
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University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital provides a wide
range of health-care services to teens and young adults between the ages
of 13 and 24. Our adolescent-health physicians provide general and
preventive care as well as emotional and behavioral health care.
We provide specialty care for (but not limited to):
• Acne
• Common illnesses
(including influenza
and colds)
• depression and
mood disorders
Pr ov i d e r s
• Eating and weight
disorders
Additional programs
and services:
• Gynecology
• Sexual identity issues
• Sports medicine
• Sexually transmitted
diseases
• HIV/AIdS prevention
and case management
• teens who are
pregnant
• Integrative medicine
Gary Remafedi, M.D., M.P.H.
Adolescent Medicine
Subspecialist
Professor, Pediatrics
(Adolescent Health, Eating
Assessment Treatment
Services (EATS), Youth
and AIDS Projects)
Nimi Singh, M.D., M.P.H.
Pediatric and Adolescent
Health Physician
director, division of
Adolescent Health
and Medicine
(Anxiety, Depression,
Eating Disorders)
612-627-6820
[email protected]
612-672-2350
[email protected]
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A d O P tI O N M Ed I CI N E,
I N t E R N At I O N A l
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
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Contact/Location Information
the International Adoption Medicine Program at University of Minnesota
General Information
612-624-1164
Amplatz Children’s Hospital provides services to children who are
Pediatric Specialty Care
Discovery Clinic
2512 Building, third Floor
2512 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
International Adoption
Medicine Program
Suite 365
717 delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
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adopted from the United States, and countries outside of the U.S.
to date, our International Adoption Medicine Program has provided
care to children from more than 30 different countries.
the International Adoption Medicine Program team provides pre-adoption
consultations — about 100 each month — to parents who have adopted children or
plan to adopt. the consultations provide information on outcomes of various medical
diagnoses and country-specific medical issues. Since the program’s inception in
1986, the team has reviewed pre-adoption medical records of more than 20,000
children worldwide.
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Additional programs and services:
• Cognitive, social-emotional and
behavioral testing (age appropriate)
for children ages 5 and older
• Psychological evaluations to
assess cognitive development
and developmental trajectory
• Information on resources for
children who are adopted and
have unique medical needs
• Referral assistance to various
medical specialties
• Post-adoption specialty clinic care
in collaboration with children’s
primary-care providers
Pr ov i d e r s
Judith Eckerle Kang, M.D.
Pediatrician
Staff International
Adoption Medicine
Specialist
(Adoption Medicine,
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum
Disorders, Global
Pediatrics)
612-624-1164
[email protected]
Cynthia Howard, M.D.,
M.P.H.T.M.
Pediatric Hospitalist
Associate director, Center
for Global Pediatrics
director, International
Adoption Medicine
Program and Clinic
(Adoption Medicine,
Global Pediatrics,
General Pediatrics)
Dana Johnson, M.D., Ph.D.
Pediatrician
Staff International
Adoption Medicine
Specialist
(Adoption Medicine, Global
Pediatrics, Neonatology)
Maria Kroupina, Ph.D.
Child Psychologist
(Adoption Medicine, Global
Pediatrics, Psychology)
612-624-1164
[email protected]
612-624-1164
[email protected]
612-626-1980
[email protected]
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AllERGy ANd AStH M A
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Allergy and asthma specialists at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s
General Information
612-625-2458
Hospital provide comprehensive care for children who have allergies and asthma.
Allergy and Asthma Clinic
Phillips-Wangensteen Building
Fifth Floor, Clinic 5A
516 delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Our specialists perform testing to determine patients’ allergies, and devise treatment
plans accordingly. Our specialists also evaluate patients for hives, and adverse
food and drug reactions, among other conditions that might result from asthma
and allergies.
At University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital, we have a pulmonary
laboratory that offers various state-of-the-art tests to help diagnose pulmonary
illnesses. For patients who already have a confirmed pulmonary-disease diagnosis,
specialists at the pulmonary laboratory can determine the severity of a condition.
Because of the hospital’s onsite laboratory, patients and their families, and their
primary-care physicians, can often receive same-day test results.
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We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
Additional programs and services:
• Allergy shots
• Adverse food and drug reactions
• Headaches
• Bronchoscopies
• Asthma
• Hives
• Education about lifestyle changes
• Autoimmune diseases
• Hypersensitivity lung disease
• Medication
• Contact dermatitis
• Immunodeficiencies
• Pulmonary exercise stress tests
• Gastrointestinal problems
(resulting from adverse immune
reactions to food, drugs, airborne
allergens and stinging insects)
• Nasal polyps
• Pulmonary-function tests
• Rhinitis
• Skin tests
• Wheezing and coughing
• Specialized blood tests for allergic
and immunodeficient conditions
• telemedicine
Pr ov i d e r s
Malcolm Blumenthal, M.D.
Pediatric Allergist
director of Asthma
and Allergy
612-624-5657
[email protected]
Gail Brottman, M.D.
Pediatric Pulmonologist
612-873-3115
[email protected]
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At t E N t I O N A N d B E H AV I O R
PROBlEMS PROGRA M
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
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Contact/Location Information
Physicians and psychologists at University of Minnesota
Intake Nurse
612-273-8710
Amplatz Children’s Hospital provide state-of-the-art diagnostic
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Amplatz Children’s Hospital
West Building
F275/2B
2312 S. Sixth St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
and behavior disorders. We design treatment plans to meet individual needs.
evaluations and assessments to children and teens who have various attention
We provide specialty care for (but not limited to):
• Attention-deficit disorders
• Fear disorders
• learning delays
• temper tantrums
• Issues related to:
– lying and stealing
– Self-image
– Sibling rivalry
– Social adjustment
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Additional programs and services:
• Assistance to families in accessing
support services in communities
• Consulting and advocacy with
children’s schools to address
learning and behavioral concerns
• Counseling for emotional
and self-esteem issues
• Family intervention services
• Medical consultation and medication
management by a child psychiatrist
Pr ov i d e r s
Gerald J. August,
Ph.D., L.P.
Psychologist Consultant
612-273-9727
[email protected]
Michael Bloomquist,
Ph.D., L.P.
Child Psychologist
director, Attention and
Behavior Problems Clinic
612-273-9711
[email protected]
George Realmuto, M.D.
Child/Adolescent
Psychiatrist
Medical director, Clinic
for Attention deficit
and learning disorders
612-273-9711
[email protected]
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AU d I O lO Gy
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Audiologists at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital help children
General Information
612-365-6777
who have hearing loss maximize their communication potential. the audiologists
Minnesota Lions ENT and
Hearing Clinic
Park Plaza Building, Second Floor
701 25th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
Fairview Maple Grove
Medical Center
14500 99th Ave. N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369
763-898-1000
provide aural rehabilitation, and prescribe and program hearing instruments that
include hearing aids and cochlear implants. We have diagnostic technology that
allows us to perform hearing screenings on children beginning in infancy.
Surgeons at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital performed
Minnesota’s first pediatric cochlear implant and first bilateral cochlear
implant surgery on the world’s youngest patient — a 6-month-old.
Our audiology specialists are also part of the lions Children’s Hearing Center
where children can be seen by an interdisciplinary team in one location.
Additional programs and services:
• Auditory brain-stem response (ABR)
testing, including stacked ABR
and cochlear hydrops analysis
masking procedure (CHAMP)
• Auditory-processing evaluations
• Facial-nerve testing
(electroneuronography)
• Hearing aids, fittings and dispensing
• Otoacoustic-emission testing
• Aural (hearing) rehabilitation
• tinnitus evaluations and
prescription of noise generators
• Bone-anchored hearing aids
• Vestibular evaluations
• Cochlear implants
• diagnostic-hearing evaluations
• Electrocochleography
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Pr ov i d e r s
Shanna Allen, Au.D.
Audiologist
Christopher Boys, Ph.D., L.P.
Pediatric Neuropsychologist
612-273-7363
[email protected]
612-624-9910
[email protected]
Erika King, M.A., CCC-SLP
Speech-language
Pathologist
Allison Kohtz, Au.D.,
CCC-A
Audiologist
[email protected]
612-624-7699
[email protected]
Lisa Schimmenti, M.D.
Geneticist and Metabolic
Specialist
Jennifer Ward, Au.D.
Audiologist
612-624-5965
[email protected]
Melissa Ferrello, Au.D.,
CCC-A
Audiologist
Barbara Friedman, Au.D.,
CCC-A
Audiologist
612-273-9679
[email protected]
612-626-3163
[email protected]
Sara Oberg, M.A.,
CCC-SLP
Speech-Language
Pathologist
Melisa Oblander, Au.D.,
CCC-A
Audiologist
612-273-4118
[email protected]
612-624-0654
[email protected]
Tina Huang, M.D.
Neurotologist
612-626-0486
[email protected]
Frank Rimell, M.D.
Otolaryngologist
612-625-3200
[email protected]
612-626-6518
[email protected]
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AUtISM SPECtRUM dISORdERS
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and admissions:
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Contact/Location Information
the department of Pediatrics Autism and Neurodevelopmental disorders Program at
Autism Spectrum and
Neurodevelopmental Disorders Clinic
Suite 340
717 delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612-625-3617
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital has comprehensive services for
Fairview Children’s Clinic
2535 University Ave. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
612-672-2350
children and adolescents (infants to age 18) who have an autism spectrum disorder
(ASd) or other neurodevelopmental disorders. the Program has a multidisciplinary
team of clinicians, researchers and families who collaborate to provide best
practice in care for children with an ASd or a neurodevelopmental abnormality.
We provide specialty care for (but not limited to):
• Autism
• Pervasive-development disorder
• Asperger’s syndrome
• Children being considered for an ASd diagnosis
• Fragile X syndrome
• AdHd and related disorders (oppositional defiant, anxiety, depressive)
• Sleep disruption
• Genetic syndromes with developmental and behavioral components
• developmental delays
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Additional programs and services:
Autism Spectrum and
Neurodevelopmental Disorders Clinic
• diagnostic evaluations by
an interdisciplinary team
• Genetic, laboratory and
neuroimaging evaluations as needed
Fairview Children’s Clinic
• Cognitive, developmental,
adaptive functioning, and
speech/language assessments
• Care coordination
• Management of medical issues
• General primary medical care
• Medication management
• Neuropsychological assessments
• developmental monitoring for infants
and toddlers at-risk for an ASd
• developmental behavioral
pediatrics evaluation
• Social-skills groups
Pr ov i d e r s
Amy Esler, Ph.D., L.P.
licensed Psychologist
director, Fragile X Clinic
(Early Diagnosis of ASD,
Fragile X, Multicultural
Issues in Diagnosis and
Intervention)
612-624-0171
[email protected]
Michael Reiff, M.D.
developmentalBehavioral Pediatrician
director, Autism
Spectrum and
Neurodevelopmental
disorders Clinic
(Autism Spectrum Disorder,
Developmental Behavioral
Pediatrics, Pediatric
Neurological Care)
612-624-0171
[email protected]
Robin Rumsey, Ph.D., L.P.
Pediatric Neuropsychologist
(Early Identification of
Autism Spectrum Disorders,
Neuropsychological
Assessment, Care
Coordination Facilitation)
612-624-0171
[email protected]
Nimi Singh, M.D., M.P.H.
Pediatric and Adolescent
Health Physician
director, division of
Adolescent Health
and Medicine
(Adolescent Health, General
Pediatrics, Chronic Illnesses
and Disorders)
612-672-2350
[email protected]
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B E H AV I O R A l H E A lt H S E R V I C E S
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and admissions:
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Contact/Location Information
Behavioral Health Services at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s
(Various metro and non-metro
locations available)
Hospital provides comprehensive mental-health and substance-abuse services
Inpatient Programs
612-672-6600
services exclusively for children ages 12 and younger. In addition, we have
Outpatient, Day, Partial and
Residential Programs
612-672-2736
Fairview Counseling Services
612-672-6999
All Programs
800-233-7503 (toll-Free)
to children and adolescents. We have Minnesota’s only behavioral unit with
one of the largest inpatient mental-health programs for children in the nation.
Behavioral Health Services at University of Minnesota Amplatz
Children’s Hospital has a national reputation for mental-health and
substance-abuse care. the Behavioral Health Services staff has credentials,
certification and/or licenses in their particular disciplines.
the staff collaborates with Behavioral Healthcare Providers (BHP), a large
network of psychologists, therapists and psychiatrists, to provide a full range of
mental-health and chemical-dependency services. Within the BHP network are
nurses, clinical supervisors, chemical-dependency counselors, special-education
teachers, recreational therapists, chaplains, family therapists and cultural liaisons.
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We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
Additional programs and services:
• Anxiety
• Emergency care
• Behavioral or adjustment difficulties
• Inpatient chemical dependency
and dual diagnosis evaluation
program for adolescents
• depression
• dual diagnoses
• day-therapy programs
• Residential substance-abuse
treatment
• Psychotic disorders
• Inpatient programs (for children
and teens who will benefit
most from intensive therapy)
• Schizophrenia
• Partial-hospitalization programs
• Substance abuse
• Residential subacute crisis assessment
and stabilization program
• learning or coping disorders
• Short-term stabilization
Pr ov i d e r s
Kathryn Cullen, M.D.
Child/Adolescent
Psychiatrist
(Depression, Bipolar
Disorder, Self-Injurious
Behaviors)
612-273-9825
[email protected]
William Davis, D.O.
Child Psychiatrist
952-920-6748
Jonathan Jensen, M.D.
Child/Adolescent
Psychiatrist
H. Berit Midelfort, M.D.
Child/Adolescent
Psychiatrist
612-273-9711
[email protected]
952-924-0798
[email protected]
Suzy Peterson, D.O.
Child/Adolescent
Psychiatrist
(Depression, Anxiety,
ADHD Concerns)
612-273-9370
[email protected]
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tHE BIRtHPl ACE
Contact/Location Information
Each year, approximately 2,400 babies are born at the Birthplace at University of
General Information
612-273-4040
Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview. Our staff, which includes physicians, nurses, nurse
The Birthplace at University of
Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview
East Building, Fourth Floor
2414 Seventh St. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Fairview Riverside Women’s Clinic
Fourth Floor, Suite 402
701 25th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-672-2900
University of Minnesota Physicians
Women’s Health
Riverside Professional Building
third Floor, Suite 300
606 24th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-273-7111
practitioners and certified nurse midwives, provides care for routine to complex births.
the Birthplace team collaborates with various pediatric physician specialists at
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital.
the Birthplace has a Newborn Nursery that offers 24-hour-a-day care for newborn
infants who need specialized care and attention. All of the labor and birthing rooms
at the Birthplace are private and offer mothers and their families a warm and
up-to-date décor that is in close proximity to our level III-C Neonatal Intensive Care
Unit (see page 72).
Additional programs and services:
• Antepartum care
• Birthing-technique options (natural or medication assistance)
• Postpartum care
• tours
• An Evening at the Birthplace (education session)
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f a i r v i e w r i v e r s i d e wo m e n’s C l i n i C P r o v i d e r s
Michelle Brechon, C.N.M.
Certified Nurse Midwife
John Eads, C.N.M.
Certified Nurse Midwife
Elizabeth Eckhardt, M.D.
OB/GyN
Janis Keil-Day, C.N.M.
Certified Nurse Midwife
Kristen McCullough, C.N.M.
Certified Nurse Midwife
Karen McMenimen, C.N.M.
Certified Nurse Midwife
Ann Megas, M.D.
OB/GyN
David Nagel, M.D.
OB/GyN
Amanda Olson, M.D.,
M.P.H.
OB/GyN
Louise Ou-Yang, M.D.
OB/GyN
Jennifer Percy, M.D.
OB/GyN
Jennifer Ramsey, C.N.M.
Certified Nurse Midwife
Jill Sandeen, C.N.M.
Certified Nurse Midwife
Linda Turner, M.D.
OB/GyN
Jill Yungerberg, M.D.
OB/GyN
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tHE BIRtHPl ACE
Un i ve r s i T y
Suzanne Darnell, M.D.
OB/GyN
of
(CONtINUEd)
m i n n e s o T a P h y s i C i a n s wo m e n’s h e a l T h
Ann Forster Page, C.N.M.
Certified Nurse Midwife
Rebecca French, M.D.,
OB/GyN
Samantha Hoffman, M.D.
OB/GyN
Kathryn Lindquist, C.N.M.,
N.P., M.S.N.
Certified Nurse Midwife
Nurse Practitioner
NO PHOtO
AVAIlABlE
Mary Mahoney, M.D.
OB/GyN
Carrie Neerland, C.N.M.
Certified Nurse Midwife
Mary Pukite, M.D.
OB/GyN
Deb Reinisch, C.N.M.
Certified Nurse Midwife
Carrie Ann Terrell, M.D.
OB/GyN
division director, Obstetrics
and Gynecology
Marsha Travis, C.N.M.
Certified Nurse Midwife
Preston Williams, M.D.
OB/GyN
Maternal-Fetal
Medicine Physician
Carrie Sauter, C.N.M.
Certified Nurse Midwife
NO PHOtO
AVAIlABlE
Margaret Szondy, C.N.M.
Certified Nurse Midwife
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B lO O d A N d M A RROW t R A NSPl A Nt
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
For more than 40 years, University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital
New referral or consultation
612-273-2800 or 888-601-0787
has led the field in developing novel therapies and providing compassionate,
Center for Pediatric Blood and
Marrow Transplantation
Journey Clinic
East Building, Ninth Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
Mailing address:
Blood and Marrow Transplant
Program
MMC 803
420 delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
innovative care to those in need of blood and marrow transplants. Our pediatric
blood and marrow transplant (BMt) team offers the highest quality treatment
along with personalized care that is based on each child’s situation and needs.
Using the expertise of University of Minnesota Physicians, in combination with
new discoveries at the University, we continually improve the safety and effectiveness
of transplant therapy. We also have the world’s largest adult and pediatric umbilical
cord blood transplant program, making BMt an option for nearly all patients.
We provide specialty care for (but not limited to):
• Acute and chronic leukemia, lymphoma and Myelodysplastic Syndrome
• Aplastic anemia
• Epidermolysis bullosa
• Familial erythrophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis and other histiocytic disorders
• Fanconi anemia and other congenital marrow-failure disorders
• Hemoglobinopathies (sickle cell, beta thalassemia)
• Hurler syndrome, adrenoleukodystrophy (Ald) and
other inherited metabolic disorders
• Malignancies, including neuroblastoma and brain tumors
• SCId and other inherited immune system disorders
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Pr ov i d e r s
Kathryn Adams, P.N.P.
Pediatric Nurse
Practitioner
612-626-6965
[email protected]
Bruce Blazar, M.D.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
Section Chief, Blood and
Marrow transplantation
Program
Mary Dentz, P.N.P.
Pediatric Nurse
Practitioner
Erica Drake, P.N.P.
Pediatric Nurse
Practitioner
612-625-2439
[email protected]
612-626-6898
[email protected]
Weston Miller, M.D.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
612-626-1926
[email protected]
Troy Lund, M.D.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
Margaret MacMillan, M.D.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
Paul Metz, P.A.
Physician Assistant
612-625-4185
[email protected]
612-626-2778
[email protected]
[email protected]
612-626-4878
612-626-2778
[email protected]
Jessica Greenberg, M.S.,
C.G.C.
Genetic Counselor
(Inherited Metabolic and
Storage Diseases)
952-924-8053
[email protected]
Paul Orchard, M.D.
Pediatric Hematologist-Oncologist
Medical director, Inherited
Metabolic and Storage
diseases, Blood and Marrow
transplantation Program
612-626-2961
[email protected]
Angela Smith, M.D., M.S.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
Heather Stefanski, M.D.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
Deanna Thomasson, P.N.P.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
612-626-2815
[email protected]
612-626-4699
[email protected]
[email protected]
umphysicians.umn.edu
John Wagner, M.D.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
director, division of
Hematology-Oncology/
Blood and Marrow
transplantation
Heather Zierhut, M.S.,
C.G.C.
Genetic Counselor
(Fanconi Anemia and
Epidermolysis Bullosa)
612-626-2961
[email protected]
612-626-6743
[email protected]
612-626-2663
Jakub Tolar, M.D., Ph.D.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
Michael Verneris, M.D.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
612-626-5501
[email protected]
612-626-2961
[email protected]
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CENtER FOR SAFE ANd
H E A lt H y C H I l d R E N
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
the Center for Safe and Healthy Children at University of Minnesota
We work with children in hospital
settings — including emergency
departments, specialty clinics or
locations that are convenient or
necessary.
Amplatz Children’s Hospital is dedicated to caring for victims — or potential
victims — of child and adolescent maltreatment, abuse and neglect.
We provide consultation, education and support for medical providers
and community caregivers on abuse and neglect-related topics.
We provide specialty care for (but not limited to):
Children who are victims (or possible victims) of:
• Emotional, physical and/or sexual abuse
Pr ov i d e r s
• Maltreatment
• Neglect (including medical neglect)
• Sexual assault
Additional programs and services:
• Abuse and neglect prevention
• In-house consultation services
Rich Kaplan, M.D.
Pediatrician
Medical director, Center for
Safe and Healthy Children
• On-call (24/7) pediatrician who specializes in child abuse and responds to
providers’ questions and/or concerns regarding possible child maltreatment
• Specialized medical and multidisciplinary training for providers, medical students,
residents and other community professionals who respond to child maltreatment
612-273-SAFE (7233)
[email protected]
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t H E C l E F t PA l At E A N d
C R A N I O FA C I A l C E N t E R
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
the Cleft and Craniofacial Center at University of Minnesota School of dentistry
General Information
612-625-5945
has cleft palate, craniofacial, and 22q (VCFS / diGeorge syndrome) teams that
Appointments
612-625-5945
Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital. Our interdisciplinary teams collaborate
Coordinator
612-626-3478
Cleft and Craniofacial Program
6-296 Moos tower
515 delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612-625-5945
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provide advanced specialty care for inpatients and outpatients at University of
to deliver family-centered care for a variety of conditions that relate to facial
and dental anomalies. Our teams meet face-to-face to provide comprehensive
information about patients’ diagnoses, treatment needs and priorities, and longterm care necessities. We use state-of-the-art diagnostic services including 3-d
reconstruction models and advanced analysis of speech disorders. Individual
consults are available upon request, including prenatal and pre-adoption consults.
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Our Cleft Palate team
provides specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Cleft lip and palate
• Pierre Robin Sequence
• Congenital and acquired
velopharyngeal dysfunction
(nasal speech)
• Structural speech disorders
• Severe malocclusion requiring
interdisciplinary management
Our Craniofacial team provides
specialty care for (but not limited to):
Our 22q team provides specialty
care for (but not limited to):
• Craniofacial genetic and non-genetic
conditions such as Goldenhar
(OAV), treacher Collins, Apert’s
and Crouzon syndromes
• Velocardiofacial syndrome
• Craniosynostosis and
deformational Plagiocephaly
• diGeorge syndrome
• 22q11.2 deletion and
duplication syndrome
• Severe facial or dental anomalies
related to chromosome anomalies,
trauma or radiation treatment
during early development
Te a m l e a d e r s :
Craniofacial
Gary Anderson, D.D.S., M.S.
director/Prosthodontist
Soraya Beiraghi, D.D.S., M.S., M.S.D.
Pediatric dentist
Jane Carlstrom, M.A., Au.D., CCC-A
Audiologist
Gary Anderson, D.D.S., M.S.
director/Prosthodontist
(Cleft and Craniofacial
Interdisciplinary Care,
Orofacial Pain and
Temporomandibular
Disorders, Dental/Skeletal
Malocclusions)
612-624-3908
[email protected]
Anna Thurmes, M.A., CCC-SLP
Coordinator/Speechlanguage Pathologist
(Interdisciplinary Cleft and
Craniofacial Care, Speech
and Feeding Therapy for
Orofacial and Palatal
Disorders, 22q VCFS/
DiGeorge syndrome)
612-626-3478
[email protected]
Heather Conrad, D.D.S., M.S.
Prosthodontist
Nanci De Felippe, D.D.S., M.S.
Orthodontist
Stephen Haines, M.D.
Neurosurgeon
David D. Hamlar, M.D., D.D.S.
Otolaryngologist/Facial Plastics
Andrew Harrison, M.D.
Oculoplastic Surgeon
Martin Lacey, M.D.
Craniofacial Surgeon/Plastic Surgeon
Brent E. Larson, D.D.S., M.S.
Orthodontist
Wendy Looman, Ph.D., C.N.P., R.N.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Heather Sesma, Ph.D., L.P.
Neuropsychologist
James Swift, D.D.S.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon
Anna Thurmes, M.A., CCC-SLP
Coordinator/Speech-language Pathologist
Judy Wulff, R.N.
Neurosurgery
22q (Velocardiofacial/
DiGeorge syndromes)
Gary Anderson, D.D.S., M.S.
director/Prosthodontist
Soraya Beiraghi, D.D.S., M.S., M.S.D.
Pediatric dentist
Bryce Binstadt, M.D., Ph.D.
Pediatric Rheumatologist
Jane Carlstrom, M.A., Au.D., CCC-A
Audiologist
Marie Christensen, M.D.
Plastic Surgeon
David Hamlar, M.D., D.D.S
Otolaryngologist/Facial Plastic Surgeon
Jamie Lohr, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
Wendy Looman, Ph.D., C.N.P., R.N.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Bradley Miller, M.D., Ph.D.
Pediatric Endocrinologist
Karol Rubin, M.S., C.G.C.
Genetic Counselor
Lisa Schimmenti, M.D.
Geneticist and Metabolic Specialist
Rabindra Tambyraja, M.D.
Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
Anna Thurmes, M.A., CCC-SLP
Coordinator/Speech-language Pathologist
Richard Vehe, M.D.
Pediatric Rheumatologist
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ClINICAl NUtRItION SERVICES
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
the pediatric clinical nutrition team at University of Minnesota Amplatz
Pediatric Specialty Care
Discovery Clinic
2512 Building, third Floor
2512 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
Children’s Hospital works with health-care providers and families to ensure that
Pediatric Specialty Care
Explorer Clinic
East Building, 12th Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
pediatric patients receive proper nutrition in the hospital and at home. Our
dietitians create customized nutrition plans that address each patient’s condition.
We provide specialty nutrition services for various conditions, including:
• Cancer
• Pediatric obesity
• Cardiac abnormalities
• Phenylketonuria and other
metabolic disorders
• Celiac disease
• Crohn’s disease
• Cystic fibrosis
• diabetes
• Food allergies
• Prematurity
• Renal disease – including peritoneal
dialysis and hemodialysis
• Short-bowel syndrome
• Issues that relate to growth and weight
Additional programs and services:
• Nutritional consultations for various medical conditions
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Pr ov i d e r s
Jenny Bock, R.D., L.D.
Registered dietitian
(Diabetes, Inborn Errors
of Metabolism, Weight
Management)
Felicia Loney, R.D., L.D.
Registered dietitian
(Pediatric Critical Care,
Cardiology/CVTS)
Lindsay Makinen, R.D.,
L.D.
Registered dietitian
(Renal Disorders)
612-273-5764
[email protected]
612-273-3661
[email protected]
Gina Parolini, R.D., L.D.
Registered Dietitian
(Weight Management, GI
Disorders)
Kathy Schissel, R.D.,
L.D.
Registered dietitian
(Cystic Fibrosis)
Jenni Super, R.D., L.D.
Registered dietitian
(Neonatal Intensive Care)
612-273-5543
[email protected]
612-273-3946
[email protected]
612-273-6867
[email protected]
Dorothy Markowitz, R.D.,
L.D.
Registered dietitian
(Clinical Nutrition Manager,
PKU and Inborn Errors of
Metabolism)
Kelly McCormick, R.D.,
L.D., C.N.S.C.
Registered Dietitian
(Blood and Marrow
Transplant, Hematology/
Oncology)
612-273-5508
[email protected]
612-273-0069
[email protected]
612-273-1861
[email protected]
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CO N G E N I tA l A d R E N A l H y P E R P l A S I A
A N d d I S O R d E RS O F S E X d E V E lO PM E N t
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Providers at the leo Fung Center for Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH) and
General Information
612-624-5409
disorders of Sex development (dSd) at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s
Pediatric Specialty Care
Explorer Clinic
East Building, 12th Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
Hospital provide care for patients who have sex-development disorders. Such
rare and complex disorders require medical management from birth onward.
the Center has the distinction of being the first multidisciplinary clinic and
research center in the country where specialty providers collaborate in a single
clinic location to care for patients who have CAH and dSd. As a group, the
Center’s providers discuss each patient’s condition and uniformly monitor the
full range of care. the CAH and dSd team include pediatric endocrinologists,
urologists, obstetricians and gynecologists, geneticists, nurses and psychologists.
We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Complete or partial Androgen
Insensitivity syndrome
• Complete or partial
gonadal dysgenesis
• Congenital adrenal hyperplasia
• 5-Reductase deficiency
• Kallmann syndrome
• Ovotesticular dSd
• Persistent Müllerian duct syndrome
• Sex-chromosome mosaicism
• testosterone synthesis defects
• turner syndrome
• XX testicular dSd
• Klinefelter syndrome
• leydig cell hypoplasia
• Mayer, Rokitansky, Kuster,
Hauser syndrome
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Additional programs and services:
• Child-Family life
• Education, counseling and
support to patients and families
• Genetic counseling and testing
• Referrals to communitybased services
• Surgical reconstruction
Pr ov i d e r s
Dianne Berg, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist
(CAH)
Walter Bockting, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist
(CAH)
612-625-1500
[email protected]
612-625-1500
[email protected]
Kyriakie Sarafoglou, M.D.
Pediatric Endocrinologist
and Metabolic Specialist
(CAH, Endocrinology and
Diabetes, Genetics and
Metabolism)
Aseem Shukla, M.D.
Pediatric Urologist
(CAH, Pediatric Urology)
612-624-5409
[email protected]
612-625-9117
[email protected]
Anne Boisclair-Fahey,
D.N.P., C.P.N.P., R.N.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
(CAH, Pediatric Urology)
Jane Lewis, M.D.
Pediatric Urologist
and Surgeon
(CAH, Pediatric Urology)
612-626-8403
[email protected]
612-625-9117
[email protected]
Cindy Pham Lorentz, M.S.,
C.G.C.
Genetic Counselor
(CAH, Genetics and
Metabolism)
612-624-6467
[email protected]
Carrie Ann Terrell, M.D.
OB/GyN
division director, Obstetrics
and Gynecology
(Obstetrics and Gynecology,
CAH, Human Papillomavirus
(HPV))
612-273-7111
[email protected]
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CRItICAl CARE
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at University of Minnesota Amplatz
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Children’s Hospital provides exceptional care to critically ill infants, children
and adolescents. A special feature in the new facility includes 360 degree
access to PICU patients by placing the bed in the middle of the patients’
rooms. In addition, ICU booms are in each of the PICU rooms to provide
direct access to critical care equipment and minimize unnecessary clutter.
Our PICU team collaborates with various pediatric subspecialists to
achieve the best possible outcomes. the Pediatric Risk of Mortality
(PRISM) score — a national ranking — indicates a greater survival
rate for children who receive care at University of Minnesota Amplatz
Children’s Hospital’s PICU than those who receive care at other PICUs.
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Additional programs and services:
• Acute management of asthma
• Esophageal atresia repair
• Extracorporeal membrane
oxygenation (ECMO)
• High frequency oscillatory ventilation
• Nitric-oxide therapy
• Specialized ear, nose and
throat (ENt) procedures
• toxic ingestions care
• treatment of many infectious
conditions such as pneumonia and
respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)
• Ventricular-assist devices
• Open-heart procedures
and heart transplants
• Solid-organ transplants
Pr ov i d e r s
Caroline George, M.D.
Pediatric Critical Care
Physician
(ARDS, Child Abuse, Sepsis)
[email protected]
Sameer Gupta, M.D.
Pediatric Critical Care
Physician
(ARDS, Cardiac
Intensive Care, Quality
Improvement)
[email protected]
Neil Kooy, M.D.
Pediatric Critical Care
Physician
director, Pediatric Critical
Care and Pediatric
Sedation Services
(Cardiac Intensive Care,
Sepsis, Trauma)
Ashley Loomis, M.D.
Pediatric Critical Care
Physician
(ECMO, Liver Failure,
Transplantation)
Arif Somani, M.D.
Pediatric Critical Care
Physician
(Bioethics, Critical Care,
Heart Failure)
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Marie Steiner, M.S., M.D.
Pediatric Critical Care
Physician
Hematologist-Oncologist
(Blood and Marrow
Transplant, HematologyOncology)
[email protected]
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CyStIC FIBROSIS
( t H E M I N N ES OtA C yS t I C FI B RO S I S C EN t E R )
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
For 50 years, the Minnesota Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Center at University of Minnesota
General Information
612-625-5995
Amplatz Children’s Hospital has provided care to children throughout the world
Pediatric Specialty Care
Discovery Clinic
2512 Building, third Floor
2512 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
who have CF. the philosophy of the Minnesota CF Center is to diagnose and
start appropriate treatment at the earliest age possible to prevent or attenuate
the rate of disease progression.
Our CF team’s clinical research applied to patient care, has led to our
patients — ages 6 to 17 years old — having the best lung function in
the nation. As part of the the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s therapeutics
development Network, our patients are among the first to participate
in the development of better treatments for this disease. In addition, our
Center was the first program in Minnesota to offer infant pulmonaryfunction testing, and nasal potential-difference testing.
Because CF often affects several body organs and functions — and related
complications can vary by patient age — our CF experts, specialists,
geneticists and counselors work together as a team. Our team approach,
which includes patients and their families in care and treatment planning,
ensures that the most comprehensive care is provided to each patient.
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Additional programs and services:
Newborn Screening Program
the CF Center provides diagnostic
evaluation of infants who test positive
for CF on newborn screening. As well,
the center provides comprehensive
treatment and management for
those infants and children who are
diagnosed with CF later.
A dedicated coordinator works
with the families and referring
physicians to provide information
and guidance throughout the
process. the coordinator arranges
same-day consultations with a CF
provider as needed, or genetic
counseling for the families whose
child is not diagnosed with CF.
Pr ov i d e r s
Terri A. Laguna, M.D.
Pediatric Pulmonologist
Amy Powers, C.G.C.
Genetic Counselor
612-625-5995
[email protected]
612-624-5721
[email protected]
Warren Regelmann, M.D.
Pediatric Pulmonologist
director, CF Pediatric
Program
612-625-5995
[email protected]
Carlye Tomczyk, C.N.P.,
M.S., B.S.N.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
612-625-5995
[email protected]
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d E R M AtO lO Gy
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
dermatologists at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital
Pediatric Specialty Care
Explorer Clinic
Riverside East Building, 12th Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
diagnose and treat medical and cosmetic skin conditions that affect
Dermatological Surgery
and Laser Center
Phillips-Wangensteen Building
Fourth Floor, Clinic 4-175
516 delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612-626-6999
our dermatologists work collaboratively with physicians in genetics,
children and adolescents.
We offer patients the latest technologies, including laser treatments.
For complex conditions and conditions requiring multispecialty care,
hematology, interventional radiology, neonatology, oncology,
ophthalmology, otolaryngology, plastic surgery and rheumatology.
Fairview Maple Grove
Medical Center
14500 99th Ave. N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369
763-898-1000
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We provide specialty care
for (but not limited to):
• Hair loss
• Psoriasis
• Hemangiomas, congenital disorders
• Acne
• Rashes (dermatitis)
• Hirsutism
• Actinic keratosis
• Rosacea
• Hives
• Alopecia areata
• Scars
• Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
• Atopic dermatitis
• Scleroderma
• Inherited skin diseases
• Basal cell carcinoma
• Shingles
• Itching
• Birthmarks
• Skin cancer
• Keloids
• Boils (abcesses)
• Skin lesions
• lichen planus
• Connective-tissue diseases
• Skin tags
• lupus
• Cutaneous t-cell lymphoma
• tinea versicolor
• Melanoma
• dandruff
• Warts
• Nail fungus
• dermatitis
• Weber-Christian disease
• Photodamage
• dermatologic photography
• Vitiligo
• Pigmented lesions
• Eczema
• Wrinkles
• Poison ivy, oak, sumac
Pr ov i d e r s
NO PHOtO
AVAIlABlE
Kathleen deManivel, M.D.
dermatologist
763-898-1000
[email protected]
Bart Endrizzi, M.D., Ph.D.
dermatologist
(Pediatric Dermatology and
Dermatology Surgery)
612-624-9964
[email protected]
Maria Hordinsky, M.D.
dermatologist
Chair, department of
dermatology
Peter Lee, M.D., Ph.D.
dermatologist
director, dermatologic
Surgery and laser Center
612-625-6118
[email protected]
612-625-5199
[email protected]u
David Groth, M.D.
dermatologist
612-625-8625
[email protected]
Kristen Hook, M.D.
dermatologist
director, Pediatric
(Dermatology and
Dermatology Surgery)
H. Spencer Holmes, M.D.
dermatologist
612-625-5656
[email protected]
612-624-9964
[email protected]
Steven Prawer, M.D., Ph.D.
dermatologist
612-625-8625
[email protected]
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d E V E l O P M E N t A l -B E H A V I O R A l
P E d I At R I C S
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Developmental-Behavioral
Pediatrics Clinic
Suite 371
717 delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
612-626-4260
At University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital, we’ve helped
thousands of families understand their child’s developmental and/or behavioral
issues. We have experts who can diagnose, monitor and treat complex
developmental, behavioral, learning, and genetic disorders. Whatever a child’s
particular challenges, our team will design an effective management plan — with the
input of the patient’s family — that can ensure the best possible future for the child.
the expert developmental and behavioral pediatricians are knowledgeable
about the continuum of services and support. We evaluate children’s
strengths and challenges, and work to develop a care plan that meets a
child’s ongoing developmental, behavioral and learning successes.
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We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Headaches (migraine, tension
and chronic types)
• Anxiety
• Nail biting, thumb
sucking, hair pulling
• Attention deficit hyperactivity
disorder (AdHd)
• Recurrent pain
Additional programs and services:
• Assistance to families in identifying
support services and programs
• Biofeedback
• Autism (see page 12)
• Sleep-cycle problems
• Consultation referral for
rehabilitative therapies
• depression
• tics and tourette’s disorder
• Inpatient and outpatient consultation
• Medical hypnosis (see page 70)
• disorders of elimination
(bedwetting and soiling)
• Medication management
• Habit disorders
Pr ov i d e r s
Andrew J. Barnes, M.D.
developmental-Behavioral
Pediatrician
(Medical Hypnosis, MindBody Pediatrics, SelfRegulation)
612-672-2350
952-892-2910
[email protected]
Daniel Kohen, M.D.
developmental-Behavioral
Pediatrician
director, developmentalBehavioral Pediatrics
Program
(Develpmental Behavioral
Pediatrics, General
Pediatrics, Medical
Hypnosis)
612-626-3014
[email protected]
Katherine (Betsy) Murray,
M.D., M.P.H.
developmental-Behavioral
Pediatrician
Associate director,
developmental-Behavioral
Pediatrics Program
(Developmental Behavioral
Pediatrics, General
Pediatrics, Medical
Hypnosis)
612-626-0126
[email protected]
Michael Reiff, M.D.
developmental-Behavioral
Pediatrician
director, Autism Spectrum
and Neurodevelopmental
disorders Clinic
(Autism Spectrum Disorders,
ADHD, Developmental
Behavioral Pediatrics,
Pediatric Neurological
Care)
Michele Strachan, M.D.,
M.P.H.
developmental-Behavioral
Pediatrician
(Developmental Behavioral
Pediatrics, Medical
Hypnosis)
612-626-4260
[email protected]
612-625-7466
612-626-7777 (Appointments)
[email protected]
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E At I N G A S S ES S M EN t A N d
t R E AtM EN t S E RV I C ES
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
At University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital, we believe
Pediatric Specialty Care
Explorer Clinic
East Building,12th Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
that early and effective treatment for eating problems leads to the best
University of Minnesota Physicians
Pediatric Specialty Clinic — St. Paul
Nasseff Specialty Center
Suite 504
225 N. Smith Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55102
651-265-7575
outcomes. through our Eating Assessment and treatment Services (EAtS)
program, we care for children, adolescents and young adults (up to age 25)
and work with families and primary-care providers to assess eating issues,
rule out alternative medical explanations, identify health complications, and
provide treatment and referral to comprehensive services as needed.
We provide specialty care for (but not limited to):
• disorders of eating and weight
- Anorexia
- Binge-eating disorder
- Bulimia nervosa
• Compulsive overeating
• Atypical eating problems that relate to emotional
distress, medications and/or selective eating
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Additional programs and services:
• Initial assessment of possible eating
disorders, compulsive overeating
and atypical eating problems
• Ongoing medical management
of eating and weight concerns
and their complications
• detection of other medical and
mental-health conditions that
might present with disturbed
appetite, eating or weight
• Help with setting goals for optimal
eating, weight and exercise
• Comprehensive evaluation
of the medical complications
of disordered eating
• Consultation and coordination of
care with families, primary-care
providers and subspecialists
Pr ov i d e r
Gary Remafedi, M.D.,
M.P.H.
Adolescent Medicine
Subspecialist
Professor, Pediatrics
(Anorexia and Bulimia
Nervosa, Binge or
Compulsive Eating,
Atypical Eating or Weight
Disorders)
612-627-6820
[email protected]
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EMERGENCy MEdICINE
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Emergency Medicine physicians at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s
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Hospital provide care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We treat children
University of Minnesota Amplatz
Children’s Hospital
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
The Pediatric Emergency Department is
located on the west side of the children’s
hospital and can be accessed from
24th Avenue.
of all ages who have major and minor injuries, and complications that
result from chronic illnesses such as asthma and diabetes. Our pediatric
emergency medicine physicians are part of the trauma Services team
and are board-eligible/certified in pediatric emergency medicine.
the emergency department is housed in our new state-of-the-art facility, and includes
two trauma/resuscitation bays and an observation unit. University of Minnesota
Amplatz Children’s Hospital offers more than 50 pediatric specialties — more
than any other hospital in the state — including ophthalmology, orthopaedics, oral
surgery, hematology-oncology, cardiology, dermatology and inpatient psychiatry.
Our emergency medicine physicians and nurses are leaders in pediatric
advanced life support education, and conduct and participate in various
research studies that aim to improve emergency-care treatments and services.
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We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Acute medical conditions
• Complications of chronic illnesses
- Asthma
- Cancer
- diabetes
- Allergic reactions
- dehydration
• Major injuries
- difficulty breathing
- High or persistent fevers
- Car crashes, falls and
sports injuries
- Infections
- Fractures
- Seizures
- Head injuries
-Intra-abdominal and intrathoracic injuries
• Minor injuries
- Animal bites
- Cuts
- Sprains
• Poisoning or overdoses
Additional programs and services:
• Child-Family life
Pr ov i d e r s
Ronald Furnival, M.D.
Pediatric Emergency
Medicine Physician
director, division of
Pediatric Emergency
Medicine
(Pediatric Pre-Hospital Care,
Pediatric Trauma)
612-625-6678
[email protected]
Tom Hellmich, M.D., M.B.A.
Pediatric Emergency
Medicine Physician
(Pediatric Trauma)
612-625-6678
[email protected]
Marissa Hendrickson, M.D.
Pediatric Emergency
Medicine Physician
(Quality, Performance
Measurement)
612-625-6678
[email protected]
Anupam Kharbanda,
M.D., M.S.
Pediatric Emergency
Medicine Physician
Research director
(Acute Abdominal Pain,
Pediatric Appendicitis,
Pediatric Trauma)
Jeffrey Louie, M.D.
Pediatric Emergency
Medicine Physician
(Pediatric Trauma)
612-625-6678
[email protected]
612-625-6678
[email protected]
Mark G. Roback, M.D.
Pediatric Emergency
Medicine Physician
director, division of Pediatric
Emergency Medicine
(Resusitation, Procedural
Sedation and Analgesia)
612-625-6678
[email protected]
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EN d O CRI N O lO Gy
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital is ranked by U.S. News &
General Information
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World Report among the best children’s hospitals in the nation for treating
Pediatric Specialty Care
Explorer Clinic
East Building, 12th Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
2512 Building
12th Floor
2512 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Specialty Clinic for Children
Suite 372
303 E. Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337
952-892-2910
Fairview Maple Grove
Medical Center
14500 99th Ave. N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369
763-898-1000
diabetes and endocrine disorders. Patients have access to leading-edge
research studies and investigational therapies for diabetes, growth problems,
delayed or early puberty, disorders of sexual development, calcium and
bone disorders, thyroid and adrenal disease, and other endocrine problems.
Our clinical investigators are closely involved in research relating to special
populations with endocrine disorders such as international adoptees, children
who have had cancer treatment, children with chronic pancreatitis, and children
with Fanconi anemia, fetal alcohol syndrome or storage diseases.
Pediatric endocrinologists are involved in providing care for children with endocrine
disorders in conjunction with multispecialty clinics for children with brain tumors or
neurofibromatosis.
We are a leading clinical site for trialNet, an international network of clinicians who
are exploring ways to prevent, delay and reverse the progression of type 1
diabetes; only 19 clinical centers in the world are part of this network. At University
of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital, physicians work with diabetes nurse
educators, dieticians and pyschologists to teach patients and their families about
diabetes, insulin-management strategies and how to live well with diabetes.
the leo Fung Center for Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH) and disorders of Sex
development (see page 28) addresses the needs of patients with these rare disorders.
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We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Adrenal disorders (congenital
adrenal hyperplasia, adrenal
insufficiency, Cushing’s syndrome)
Additional programs and services:
• diabetes education and selfmanagement training
• Pre-diabetes/metabolic syndrome
• Puberty disorders (precocious
and delayed puberty, irregular
menstruation, polycystic
ovarian syndrome)
• Growth hormone and
IGF-1 treatment
• Cystic fibrosis-related diabetes
• Short stature (Russell-Silver
syndrome, Noonan syndrome)
• Hormone-replacement therapy
• Endocrine disorders in survivors
of childhood cancer
• thyroid dysfunction (hypothyroidism,
thyroid cancer and hyperthyroidism)
• Pituitary diseases (hypopituitarism,
growth hormone deficiency,
diabetes insipidus, pituitary tumors)
• turner syndrome
• Bone and mineral disorders (rickets,
hypocalcemia, hypercalcemia,
osteogenesis imperfecta)
• therapy to suppress
precocious puberty
• Insulin therapy (insulin pumps,
continuous glucose sensors)
• Oral hypoglycemic agents
• type 1 and type 2 diabetes
Pr ov i d e r s
Melena Bellin, M.D.
Pediatric Endocrinologist
(Pediatric Diabetes
(Type 1 and Type 2),
General Pediatric
Endocrinology, Diabetes in
Chronic Pancreatitis)
Brigitte Frohnert, M.D., Ph.D.
Pediatric Endocrinologist
(Pediatric Diabetes
(Type 1 and Type 2),
Disorders of Pubertal
Development, General
Pediatric Endocrinology)
612-624-5409
[email protected]
612-624-5409
[email protected]
Anna Petryk, M.D.
Pediatric Endocrinologist
(Disorders of Growth,
Pubertal Development
and Thyroid Function,
Endocrine Late Effects in
Long-Term Survivors of
Childhood Cancer and/
or Blood and Marrow
Transplantation, Growth
and Puberty in International
Adoptees and Endocrine
Function in Children with
Fanconi Anemia)
Lynda Polgreen, M.D.
Pediatric Endocrinologist
(Bone and Mineral
Disorders, Pediatric
Endocrinology)
612-624-5409
[email protected]
612-624-5409
[email protected]
Bradley Miller, M.D., Ph.D.
Pediatric Endocrinologist
(Growth and Puberty
Disorders, Endocrine
Disorders in Children With
Brain Tumors, Endocrine
Disorders in Children Adopted
from outside the U.S.)
612-624-5409
[email protected]
Antoinette Moran, M.D.
Pediatric Endocrinologist
(Pediatric Diabetes
(Type 1 and Type 2)
Diabetes Prevention Trials,
Cystic Fibrosis Related
Diabetes)
Brandon Nathan, M.D.
Pediatric Endocrinologist
(Pediatric Diabetes
(Type 1 and Type 2),
Pediatric Thyroid Disease,
Disorders of Growth and
Pubertal Development)
612-624-5409
[email protected]
612-624-5409
[email protected]
Kyriakie Sarafoglou, M.D.
Pediatric Endocrinologist
and Metabolic Specialist
CAH, Pediatric Endocrinology
and Diabetes, Pediatric
Genetics and Metabolism)
612-624-5409
[email protected]
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FE tA l A lCO H O l S P E C t R U M
dISORdER dIAGNOStIC PROGR A M
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum disorders are the single highest cause of developmental
General Information
612-626-3491
disabilities in children. the effects of the disorders include physical, neurocognitive,
Pediatric Specialty Care
Discovery Clinic
2512 Building, third Floor
2512 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
behavioral and/or learning disabilities, which all have life-long implications.
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital has one of the largest
programs in the U.S. for diagnosis of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum disorders.
We provide specialty care for (but not limited to):
• Assessment/diagnosis of the neurocognitive
implications of prenatal alcohol exposure
Pr ov i d e r s
• Systemic parent-training programs
• Educational programming assistance
Additional programs and services:
• Case-management coordination
• History and physical examinations
• Neurobehavioral assessment
• Referral assistance to other specialties and services
Christopher Boys, Ph.D., L.P.
Pediatric Neuropsychologist
(Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders,
Adjustment/Adherence to Chronic
Medical Conditions, Premature
Infant Follow-Up Care)
• Screening and referral
• treatment
612-624-9910
[email protected]
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G A S t R O E N t E R O l O G y,
H E PAtO lO G y A N d N U t R I t I O N
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Pediatric providers at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital are
Pediatric Specialty Care
Discovery Clinic
2512 Building, third Floor
2512 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
nationally known for their expertise in childhood liver disease and transplantation
University of Minnesota Physicians
Pediatric Specialty Clinic – St. Paul
Nasseff Specialty Center
Suite 504
225 N. Smith Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55102
651-265-7575
provide multidisciplinary care when necessary. All pediatric gastrointestinal diagnostic
Fairview Maple Grove
Medical Center
14500 99th Ave. N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369
763-898-1000
Fairview Lakes Medical Center
5200 Fairview Blvd.
Wyoming, MN 55092
651-982-7340
Specialty Clinic for Children
Suite 372
303 E. Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337
952-892-2910
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care. Our team also has a national reputation for treating newborn jaundice,
complications of cystic fibrosis, chronic pancreatitis and esophageal atresia.
Our outpatient clinics include a team of dietitians and psychology professionals who
and treatment procedures using anesthesia are completed in a child-friendly setting.
Mankato Clinic
1230 E. Main St.
Mankato, MN 56002
507-389-8591
St. Cloud Medical Group
1301 33rd St. S.
St. Cloud, MN 56301
320-529-4751
CentraCare Women’s and
Children’s Clinic
1900 CentraCare Cr.
St. Cloud, MN 56303
320-654-3610
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We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
Additional programs and services:
• Intestinal rehabilitation
• Abdominal pain
• Eosinophilic esophagitis
• Celiac disease
• Failure to thrive and
malnutrition issues
• Chronic and acute pancreatitis
• Chronic diarrhea
• Chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction
• Constipation and encopresis
• Crohn’s disease
• disease of the liver (including
neonatal cholestasis, biliary atresia,
metabolic-liver disease and hepatitis)
• liver transplant evaluation
and management
• Motility disorders
• Gastrointestinal complications of
chronic diseases (including cystic
fibrosis, esophageal atresia,
autism, congenital cardiac
disease and childhood cancer)
• Pancreatectomy and islet
auto transplantation
• Short-bowel syndrome
• Swallowing disorders
• Vomiting, nausea and
gastroesophageal reflux disease
• Ulcerative colitis
Pr ov i d e r s
Nissa Erickson, M.D.
Pediatric Gastroenterologist
and Hepatologist
Medical director, Pediatric
liver transplant Program
(Hepatology, Liver Disease,
Liver Transplant)
612-624-1133
[email protected]
Robin Shannon, M.S.,
R.N., C.P.N.P.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
(Chronic Abdominal
Pain, Constipation,
Gastroesophageal Reflux
Disease)
612-624-1133
[email protected]
Deborah Goldman, M.D.
Pediatric Gastroenterologist
(Celiac Disease,
Inflammatory Bowel
Disease, Motility Disorders)
612-624-1133
[email protected]
Glenn Gourley, M.D.
Pediatric Gastroenterologist
director, Pediatric
Gastroenterology Research
(Inflammatory Bowel
Disease, Jaundice,
Liver Disease)
612-624-1133
[email protected]
Gina Parolini, R.D., L.D.,
Registered dietitian
(Weight Management,
GI Disorders)
612-273-5543
[email protected]
Sarah Jane Schwarzenberg,
M.D.
Pediatric Gastroenterologist
and Hepatologist
director, division of
Pediatric Gastroenterology,
Hepatology and Nutrition
(Cystic Fibrosis, Liver
Disease, Pancreatic Disease)
612-624-1133
[email protected]
Boris Sudel, M.D.
Pediatric Gastroenterologist
director, Pediatric
Inflammatory disease
Center
(Celiac Disease,
Gastrointestinal Diseases,
Inflammatory Bowel
Disease)
612-624-1133
[email protected]
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G EN E R A l P E d I At R I C S
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Pediatricians at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital provide
Fairview Children’s Clinic
2535 University Ave. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
612-672-2350
family-centered, comprehensive medical care to children from infancy to
Primary Care Center
Clinic 3-150
516 delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612-624-9499
Our team of providers conduct research and apply what they learn to help
young adulthood. All pediatricians are board certified and provide care
for a variety of acute and chronic conditions, including preventative care.
prevent and treat pediatric illnesses throughout the world.
Additional programs and services:
• Comprehensive physical exams
• developmental and behavioral assessments
• Family and child psychological therapy
• Neuropsychological testing
• Patient education
• teen care
• Well-baby checks
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Pr ov i d e r s
John Andrews, M.D.
Pediatrician and Hospitalist
(Medical Education)
612-624-4477
[email protected]
Michael Aylward, M.D.
Pediatrician and Internist
Associate Program director,
Internal Medicine and
Pediatrics Residency
Program
(Medical Education,
Preventative Medicine)
612-638-0700
[email protected]
Iris Borowsky, M.D., Ph.D.
Pediatrician
(Medical Education,
Parenting Education,
Pediatric Primary Care)
612-626-1980
[email protected]
David Hanson, M.D.
Pediatrician and Hospitalist
612-626-1980
[email protected]
Christopher Boys, Ph.D., L.P.
Pediatric Neuropsychologist
(Cystic Fibrosis,
Metabolic Disorders,
Neurodevelopment
Disorders)
Andrew J. Barnes, M.D.
developmental-Behavioral
Pediatrician
(Medical Hypnosis, MindBody Pediatrics, SelfRegulation)
612-624-1167
[email protected]
Bradley Benson, M.D.
Pediatrician and Internist
Program director, Internal
Medicine and Pediatrics
Residency Program
(Evidence-Based Medicine,
Primary Care)
Emily Borman-Shoap, M.D.
Associate director, Pediatric
Residency Program
(Medical Education)
612-672-2350
[email protected]
612-625-3665
[email protected]
Karl Chun, M.D.
Pediatrician
Janelle Dailey, M.D.
Pediatrician
612-672-2350
[email protected]
612-672-2350
[email protected]
Cynthia Howard, M.D.,
M.P.H.T.M.
Pediatric Hospitalist
Associate director, Center
for Global Pediatrics
director, International
Adoption Medicine
Program
Abraham (Abe) Jacob, M.D.
Pediatric Hospitalist
Pediatrician and Internist
director, Pediatric
Hospitalist Program
(Patient Safety, Resident
Education)
Allison Golnik, M.D., M.P.H.
Pediatrician
(Autism, Child Development,
Integrative Medicine)
612-672-2350
[email protected]
612-626-4260
[email protected]
Pamela Heggie, M.D.
Pediatrician
Medical director, Pediatrics,
lactation Consultant
(Biomedical Ethics, Breastfeeding, Children with
Disabilities)
612-672-2350
[email protected]
612-626-1980
[email protected]
Rich Kaplan, M.D.
Pediatrician
(Child Abuse and Neglect)
612-273-SAFE
[email protected]
612-626-2998
[email protected]
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Pr ov i d e r s
continued
Michael Kim, M.D.
Pediatric Hospitalist
Pediatrician and Internist
(Adolescent Health,
Pediatrics)
Daniel Kohen, M.D.
Pediatrician
(Developmental Behavioral
Pediatrics, Medical
Hypnosis)
612-626-1980
[email protected]
612-626-4260
[email protected]
L. James Nixon, M.D.
Pediatrician and Internist
(Internal Medicine,
Pediatrics)
Leon Satran, M.D.
Pediatrician
612-624-8984
[email protected]
Nimi Singh, M.D., M.P.H.
Pediatric and Adolescent
Health Physician
director, division of
Adolescent Health
and Medicine
(Anxiety, Depression and
Eating Disorders)
612-672-2350
[email protected]
Carolyn McKay, M.D.
Pediatrician
(Preventive Care)
612-672-2350
[email protected]
Katherine (Betsy) Murray,
M.D., M.P.H.
Pediatrician
(Child Psychiatry,
Developmental Behavioral
Pediatrics)
612-626-4260
[email protected]
Peter Scal, M.D., M.P.H.
Pediatrician
(Chronic Illness, Disabilities
in Children, Transition to
Adulthood)
612-624-7141
[email protected]
Julie Seiler, M.D.
Pediatrician
612-672-2350
[email protected]
Mumtaz (Taj) Mustapha,
M.D.
Pediatrician and Internist
(Adolescent Medicine,
Medical Education,
Transition to Adult
Medicine)
612-626-6403
[email protected]
Brian Sick, M.D.
Pediatrician and Internist
Medical director, Primary
Care Center
(Preventive Medicine,
Primary Care)
612-624-8984
[email protected]
Nancy Waller, M.D.
Pediatrician
612-672-2350
[email protected]
612-672-2350
[email protected]
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G E N E t I C S A N d M E tA B O l I S M
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital provides a broad spectrum
General Information
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of genetic and metabolic services. Our team of physicians, nurse practitioners,
Pediatric Specialty Care
Explorer Clinic
East Building, 12th Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
genetic counselors and metabolic nutritionists work together to diagnose, evaluate
and manage genetic diseases, birth defects, and chromosomal abnormalities,
particularly following newborn screenings. We have the only program in Minnesota
that diagnoses and cares for patients with inborn errors of metabolism.
We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Autism
• Hypoglycemia
• Chromosome abnormalities:
• Mental retardation
- down syndrome
- Klinefelter syndrome
- turner syndrome
- 22q deletion
- Prader-Willi syndrome
- Amino-acid disorders
- Fatty acid oxidation defects
- Galactosemias
- Glycogen-storage disorders
• deafness
- lysosomal-storage disorders
• Failure-to-thrive issues
- Organic acidurias
• Fragile X syndrome
- Phenylketonuria (PKU)
• Genetic disorders (known
or suspected):
- Urea cycle defects
• Multiple miscarriages
- Fetal abnormalities
• Neurofibromatosis
- Neurologic or pulmonary problems
• Noonan syndrome
- Skeletal/muscular disorders
• Genetic-vision loss
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• Metabolic disorders
• Growth abnormalities
• Persons who have a family
history of birth defects
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Additional programs and services:
• Genetic counseling
• Infusion therapy
• Management following an abnormal
newborn genetic screening
• Nutritional services
• Prenatal diagnosis
Pr ov i d e r s
Kristi Bentler, C.N.P., M.S.,
R.N., P.H.N.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Newborn Screening
Coordinator
612-624-5965
Karol Rubin, M.S., C.G.C.
Genetic Counselor
(Maternal-Fetal Medicine,
Genetics and Metabolism)
612-625-2472
[email protected]
Susan Berry, M.D.
Geneticist and Metabolic
Specialist
612-624-5965
[email protected]
Sara Elsbecker, C.P.N.P.,
M.S., R.N.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Study Coordinator for Urea
Cycle disorders
(Pediatric Metabolism)
612-626-5275
[email protected]
umn.edu
Kyriakie Sarafoglou, M.D.
Pediatric Endocrinologist
and Metabolic Specialist
(Metabolic disorders, CAH,
hypoglycemia)
612-624-5965
[email protected]
Lisa Schimmenti, M.D.
Geneticist and Metabolic
Specialist
612-624-5965
[email protected]
Cindy Pham Lorentz, M.S.,
C.G.C.
Genetic Counselor
(CAH, Genetics and
Metabolism)
Krista Redlinger-Grosse,
M.S., C.G.C.
Genetic Counselor
(Maternal-Fetal Medicine,
Genetics and Metabolism)
612-624-6467
[email protected]
612-273-2235
[email protected]
Cheri Schoonveld, M.S.,
C.G.C.
Genetic Counselor
(Maternal-Fetal Medicine,
Genetics and Metabolism)
Chester Whitley, M.D.,
Ph.D.
Geneticist and Metabolic
Specialist
952-924-5574
[email protected]
612-624-5965
[email protected]
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tHE HEARt CENtER
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
the Heart Center at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital provides a
Pediatric Specialty Care
Explorer Clinic
East Building, 12th Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
full range of care to children who have congenital and acquired heart defects. Our
University of Minnesota Physicians
Pediatric Specialty Clinic – St. Paul
Nasseff Specialty Center
Suite 504
225 N. Smith Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55102
651-265-7575
Pediatric Heart Clinic at Fairview
Southdale Hospital
6401 France Ave. S.
Edina, MN 55435
888-543-7866
Fairview Maple Grove
Medical Center
14500 99th Ave. N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369
763-898-1000
Specialty Clinic for Children
Suite 372
303 E. Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337
952-892-2910
cardiologists see patients at five locations in the twin Cities area and offer state-of-theart services such as ablation, ventricular-assist devices, catheterization, surgery and
transplantation. We also offer the new Melody transcatheter Pulmonary Valve® — the
first transcatheter valve approved for commercial use in the U.S.
Our new state-of-the-art hospital includes a dedicated pediatric hybrid catheterization
lab that combines surgery and catheter-based treatments.
Physicians at the Heart Center performed the world’s first:
• Successful open-heart surgery using hypothermia
• Repair of a ventricular-septal defect
• Repair of tetralogy of Fallot
• Use of a pacemaker
We also implanted the first Berlin Heart® EXCOR® Pediatric ventricular-assist device in
Minnesota, and conducted the first Stage I Hybrid Norwood in the Upper Midwest.
We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Acquired heart diseases
• Adult congenital heart disease
- Cardiomyopathy
• All congenital heart defects
in neonates and children
- Endocarditis
- Kawasaki disease
- Myocarditis
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- Rheumatic fever
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• Cardiac arrhythmias
• Cardiac catheterization
- Heart block
• Cardiac surgery (complete range)
- Palpitations
• Echocardiography
- Prolonged Q-t syndrome
• Electrophysiology studies including
radiofrequency ablation and
cryoablation of accessory pathways
- tachycardia/bradycardia
- Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome
• Chest pain
• Congestive heart failure/
cardiac transplantation
• Fainting disorders
• Hyperlipidemia
• Murmurs
Additional programs and services:
• Angiography
• Cardiac-assist devices (Berlin
Heart ®, HeartMate II®)
• Electrophysiology testing
including EKG, Holter monitoring
and event recorders
- Coil occlusion of collateral vessels
- Patent ductus arteriosus occlusion
- Stent procedures
• Pacemaker, defibrillators and
loop-event monitors placement
• Prenatal diagnosis and screening
(including fetal echocardiography)
• Extracorporeal membrane
oxygenation (ECMO)
• Stage I Hybrid Norwood
• Exercise testing
• transplantation
• Melody transcatheter
Pulmonary Valve®
Specialized programs:
• Nonsurgical and minimally
invasive hybrid procedure for:
- Balloon angioplasty
- Balloon valvuloplasty
• Cardiac Ct and MRI
- Closure of atrial and
ventricular septal defects
• tilt-table testing
• Adult Congenital Heart disease and
Cardiovascular Genetics Program
• Heart-Failure Program
• lipid Clinic
• Preventive-Cardiology Program
Pr ov i d e r s
Rebecca K. Ameduri, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
director, Heart Failure
Co-director, Pediatric Heart
transplant
(Heart Failure, Pediatric
Transplantation, VentricularAssist Devices)
612-626-2710
[email protected]
Ann Dunnigan, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
(Electrophysiology,
Palpitations, Syncope)
651-626-2755
[email protected]
John Bass, M.D.
director, Pediatric
Cardiology
Co-director, the Heart
Center
(Echocardiography,
Interventional Cardiology)
612-626-2755
[email protected]
Caroline George, M.D.
Pediatric Critical Care
Medicine Physician
612-626-2963
[email protected]
Elizabeth Braunlin, M.D.,
Ph.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
(Heart Failure, Pediatric
Transplantation, VentricularAssist Devices)
612-626-2755
[email protected]
Daniel Gruenstein, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
director, Pediatric
Cardiac Catheterization
(Interventional Cardiology)
612-626-2755
[email protected]
Roosevelt Bryant III, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiothoracic
Surgeon
(Transplantation)
612-626-2755
[email protected]
Parvin Dorostkar, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
director, Pediatric
Electrophysiolgy
(Electrophysiology,
Palpitations, Syncope)
Sameer Gupta, M.D.
Pediatric Critical Care
Medicine Physician
Edward Kaplan, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
(Infectious Diseases)
612-626-2916
[email protected]
612-624-1112
[email protected]
612-626-2755
[email protected]
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Pr ov i d e r s
continued
Mindi Khan, M.P.H.,
R.D., L.D.
Pediatric Cardiology
dietitian
lipid Clinic Coordinator
(Hyperlipidemia)
612-626-3077
[email protected]
Edward (Chip) Martin, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
(Echocardiography)
612-626-2755
[email protected]
Shanthi Sivanandam, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
director, Fetal
Echocardiography
Program
(Fetal Diagnosis and
Treatment)
612-626-2782
[email protected]
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(CONtINUEd)
Lazaros Kochilas, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
director, Pediatric Cardiac
Care Consortium
(Outcomes)
612-626-2755
[email protected]
Neil Kooy, M.D.
Pediatric Critical Care
Medicine Physician
director, Pediatric Critical
Care and Pediatric
Sedation Services
612-626-2970
[email protected]
James Moller, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
(Adult Congenital Heart
Disease)
Lee Pyles, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
(Echocardiography, Adult
Congenital Heart Disease)
612-626-2790
[email protected]
612-626-2755
[email protected]
Arif Somani, M.D.
Pediatric Critical Care
Medicine Physician
612-626-2916
[email protected]
Julia Steinberger, M.D., M.S.
Pediatric Cardiologist
director, Pediatric
Echocardiography
director, Preventive
Cardiology Program
(Lipids, Echocardiography,
Cardiac Risk)
Jamie Lohr, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
(Adult Congenital Heart
Disease)
Ashley Loomis, M.D.
Pediatric Critical Care
Medicine Physician
612-626-2916
[email protected]
612-626-2755
[email protected]
Charles Shepard, M.D.
Pediatric Noninvasive
Imaging
(Echocardiography,
Magnetic Resonance,
Computed Tomography)
612-626-2755
[email protected]
James St. Louis, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiothoracic
Surgeon
director, Pediatric
Cardiac Surgery
Co-director, the Heart
Center
612-625-3902
[email protected]
Marie Steiner, M.D., M.S.
Pediatric Critical Care
Medicine Physician
Hematologist-Oncologist
(Coagulation)
612-626-2778
[email protected]
612-626-2755
[email protected]
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H E M AtO lO Gy- O N CO lO Gy
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
At University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital, a nationally and
General Information
612-626-2778
internationally recognized team of pediatric hematologists-oncologists provides
Center for Pediatric Cancer and
Blood Diseases
Journey Clinic
East Building, Ninth Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
Expert consultation and management is available for children with anemias, blood-
University of Minnesota Physicians
Pediatric Specialty Clinic - St. Paul
Nasseff Specialty Center
Suite 504
225 N. Smith Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55102
651-265-7575
Fairview Maple Grove
Medical Center
14500 99th Ave. N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369
763-898-1000
comprehensive care for children who have malignant and non-malignant diseases.
clotting disorders (both bleeding and thrombotic disorders), cancer, and immune
deficiency. We also provide care for long-term survivors of childhood cancers.
At University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital, we have access to
conventional and innovative therapies created at the University of Minnesota and
throughout the United States. University of Minnesota Physicians developed many
new treatments for cancer, which are now part of national treatment standards.
We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Brain and spinal-cord cancers
• Hodgkin’s disease
• disorders of coagulation
(blood-clotting problems)
• leukemia and solid tumors
- Acute lymphoblastic leukemia
- Von Willebrand’s disease
- Acute myelogenous leukemia
- thrombophilia
- Chronic myelogenous leukemia
- Bleeding tendencies
- Juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia
• Hematologic conditions
- Anemia
- Fanconi anemia
- Aplastic anemia
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diamond Blackfan anemia
Sickle-cell disease
Hemoglobinopathies
thalassemia
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• Retinoblastoma
Additional programs and services:
• Anti-cancer biological therapies
• Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
• Soft-tissue sarcoma such as
rhabdomyosarcoma
• Neuroblastoma
• Other conditions
• Myeloma/Myelodysplastic
syndromes
• Osteosarcoma, Ewing’s sarcoma,
and other bone tumors
• Blood and marrow
transplantation (BMt)
- Hemangiomas
• Blood brain barrier disruption
- langerhan’s cell histiocytosis
• Chemotherapy, including new
and developing therapies
(Phase 1 agents)
- Mastocytosis
• long-term Follow-Up Clinic
• Radiation therapy
Pr ov i d e r s
Michael Burke, M.D.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
612-626-2778
[email protected]
Melissa Claar, C.P.N.P., R.N.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
612-626-2778
[email protected]
Emily Lipsitz, M.D.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
Alexis Maciej, C.N.P.,
M.S., R.N.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
612-626-2778
[email protected]
612-625-2994
[email protected]
Marie Steiner, M.D., M.S.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
Pediatric Critical Care
Brenda Weigel, M.D., M.Sc.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
612-626-2778
[email protected]
Jodell Dahl, C.N.P., M.S.,
R.N.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Tambra Dahlheimer, C.N.P.,
M.S., R.N.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
612-626-2778
[email protected]
612-626-2778
[email protected]
umn.edu
Christopher Moertel, M.D.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
Clinical director, Pediatric
Neuro-Oncology Program
Daniel Mulrooney, M.D.,
M.S.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
612-626-2778
[email protected]
612-626-2778
[email protected]
Jill Lee, C.P.N.P.-A.C., R.N.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
612-626-2778
[email protected]
Joseph Neglia, M.D., M.P.H.
Pediatric HematologistOncologist
612-626-2778
[email protected]
612-626-5501
[email protected]
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HOME CARE ANd HOSPICE
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
When a child is experiencing an illness or injury, or a terminal
Fairview Home Care and Hospice
2450 26th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55406
612-728-2468
866-827-5039 (toll-Free)
disease, Fairview Home Care and Hospice can provide
limited services, primarily private duty nursing care.
Working with a physician, our private duty case manager will
develop a plan that addresses each family’s situation.
Additional programs and services:
• Assistance with insurance and coverage information
• Home-health aides
• lifeline personal response system
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I M AG I N G A N d S E dAt I O N
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Pediatric radiologists, intensive-care physicians, and anesthesiologists staff
Radiology Scheduling
612-273-7330
the Children’s Imaging and Sedation Center at University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota
Amplatz Children’s Hospital
Children’s Imaging and
Sedation Center
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
to provide imaging and sedation services to children and adolescents.
Fairview Ridges Hospital
201 E. Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337
952-892-2000
Select services available
have sedation, recover and receive discharge instructions in the same area.
Amplatz Children’s Hospital. they collaborate with nurses and technologists
In one location, we offer patients a range of radiology services including ultrasound,
Ct and MRI scans. We also provide sedation services for various imaging and
non-imaging procedures. By providing services in one location, patients can
Additional programs and services:
• Bone-marrow biopsies
• Computed tomography (Ct)
• diagnostic radiology
• Interventional radiology
- Kidney biopsies
- laser treatments
• MRI (including fetal MRI)
- liver biopsies
• Nuclear medicine
- lumbar punctures and lP
with chemo treatments
• Ultrasound
• Sedations for:
- Auditory brainstem response tests
- Ct
- Electromyography
- Eye exams
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- Interventional procedures
including PICC line placements
and tunneled catheter removal
- MRI
- Muscle biopsies
- Port access
- Pulmonary-function tests
- Skin biopsies
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im a g i n g Pr ov i d e r s
Charles Dietz Jr., M.D.
Radiologist
Chair, department of
Radiology
612-626-3343
[email protected]
Eric Hoggard, M.D.
Radiologist
612-273-7337 or
612-626-5548
[email protected]
Tara Holm, M.D.
Radiologist
(Pediatric Radiology, Fetal
MRI, Ultrasound)
612-273-7337 or
612-626-5548
[email protected]
David Nascene, M.D.
Radiologist
(Malformations of Brain
Development, Congenital
Hearing Loss, Imaging of
Brain Tumors)
612-273-7337 or
612-626-5548
[email protected]
F. Glen Seidel, M.D.
Radiologist
Section Head,
Pediatric Radiology
612-273-7337 or
612-626-5548
[email protected]
se d a T i o n Pr ov i d e r s
Kumar Belani, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Tom Laberge, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Michael Sweeney, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
612-624-0180
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
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INFECtIOUS dISEASES
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Infectious disease and immunology experts at University of Minnesota Amplatz
Pediatric Specialty Care
Discovery Clinic
2512 Building, third Floor
2512 S. 7th St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
Children’s Hospital provide leading-edge treatments to children who
Delaware Street Clinic
(HIV Only)
Phillips-Wangensteen Building
Sixth Floor, Clinic 6B
516 delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612-625-4680
Our infectious-disease physicians also participate in the Collaborative Antiviral
have serious infections or unusual susceptibility to infections. Many of our
treatments are the result of extensive research that we conduct through
our Center for Infectious diseases and Microbiology translational Research.
Study Group, a multi-institutional network that conducts clinical trials on
therapies for viral infections.
We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
Additional programs and services:
• AIdS
• Consultations
• Bacterial and viral infections
• disease management
• Bacterial meningitis in newborns
• E-coli
• Antimicrobials
- Immune deficiency
- Infectious disease
• Fevers of unknown origin
• Evaluations
• Food-borne illnesses
• International and immigrant health
• Frequent/recurrent infections
• Medication
• Hospital-acquired illnesses
• Preventive protocols
• Immunodeficiency disorders
• Vaccines
• Meningitis
• Pneumonia
• Salmonella
• Sepsis
• Viral meningitis
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Pr ov i d e r s
Richard Andersen, M.D.
Pediatric Infectious diseases
Physician
Kiran Belani, M.D.
Pediatric Infectious diseases
Physician
Patricia Ferrieri, M.D.
Pediatric Infectious diseases
Physician
Jin-Young Han, M.D., Ph.D.
Pediatric Infectious diseases
Physician
Laura Hoyt, M.D.
Pediatric Infectious diseases
Physician
651-220-6444
[email protected]
612-813-6104
[email protected]
612-624-1948
[email protected]
612-626-9929
[email protected]
651-220-6444
[email protected]
Chandy John, M.D., M.S.
Pediatric Infectious diseases
Physician
director, Center for Global
Pediatrics
Edward Kaplan, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
Pediatric Infectious diseases
Physician
Stacene Maroushek, M.D.,
Ph.D.
Pediatric Infectious diseases
Physician
Bazak Sharon, M.D.
Pediatric Infectious diseases
Physician
612-624-1112
[email protected]
612-873-2677
[email protected]
Mark Schleiss, M.D.
Pediatric Infectious diseases
Physician
director, division of
Pediatric Infectious
diseases
612-625-8383
[email protected]
612-624-1112
[email protected]
612-624-1966
[email protected]
Sing Sing Way, M.D., Ph.D.
Pediatric Infectious diseases
Physician
612-625-2526
[email protected]
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I N Fl A M M AtO Ry B OW E l
dISEASE PROGRA M
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Our team of pediatric gastroenterologists at University of Minnesota Amplatz
Pediatric Specialty Care
Discovery Clinic
2512 Building, third Floor
2512 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
Children’s Hospital provide outstanding care to patients who have inflammatory
University of Minnesota Physicians
Pediatric Specialty Clinic - St. Paul
Nasseff Specialty Center
Suite 504
225 N. Smith Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55102
651-265-7575
innovative, evidence-based care into everyday practice. Our pediatric
Fairview Maple Grove
Medical Center
14500 99th Ave. N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369
763-898-1000
Mankato Clinic
1230 E. Main St.
Mankato, MN 56002
507-389-8591
Fairview Lakes Medical Center
5200 Fairview Blvd.
Wyoming, MN 55092
651-982-7340
Specialty Clinic for Children
Suite 372
303 E. Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337
952-892-2910
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bowel disease (IBd). Of the million people in the United States that are
affected by IBd, 25 percent developed the disease during childhood.
At University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital, we incorporate
experts are part of various IBd research projects and collaborate with
other medical specialists to provide individual plans to patients.
St. Cloud Medical Group
1301 33rd St. S.
St. Cloud, MN 56301
320-529-4751
CentraCare Women’s and
Children’s Clinic
1900 CentraCare Cr.
St. Cloud, MN 56303
320-654-3610
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We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
Additional programs and services:
• Crohn’s disease (involving any
region of the gastrointestinal tract,
mouth, esophagus, stomach,
small intestine or colon)
• Growth assessment and treatment
• Eosinophilic gastroenteritis
• Indeterminate colitis
• Proctitis
• Ulcerative colitis (involving
only the large intestine)
• Complete IBd diagnostic evaluations
• Individual treatment planning
and follow-up care
• Nutritional evaluations
• Nutritional therapy for
Crohn’s disease
• Parental oversight and
support committee
• Referrals to other specialties
(including ophthalmology,
endocrinology, rheumatology
and surgery)
Pr ov i d e r s
Nissa Erickson, M.D.
Pediatric Gastroenterologist
and Hepatologist
Medical director, Pediatric
liver transplant Program
(Hepatology, Liver Disease,
Liver Transplant)
612-624-1133
[email protected]
Deborah Goldman, M.D.
Pediatric Gastroenterologist
(Celiac Disease, Failure to
Thrive, Inflammatory Bowel
Disease)
612-624-1133
[email protected]
Glenn Gourley, M.D.
Pediatric Gastroenterologist
director of Research
for Pediatric
Gastroenterology
(Inflammatory Bowel
Disease, Jaundice, Liver
Disease)
612-624-1133
[email protected]
Sarah Jane Schwarzenberg,
M.D.
Pediatric Gastroenterologist
and Hepatologist
director, division of
Pediatric Gastroenterology,
Hepatology and Nutrition
(Cystic Fibrosis, Liver
Disease, Obesity)
612-624-1133
[email protected]
Robin Shannon, C.P.N.P.,
M.S., R.N.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
(Chronic Abdominal
Pain, Constipation,
Gastroesophageal Reflux
Disease)
612-624-1133
[email protected]
Boris Sudel, M.D.
Pediatric Gastroenterologist
director, Pediatric
Inflammatory disease Center
(Celiac Disease,
Gastrointestinal Diseases,
Inflammatory Bowel
Disease)
612-624-1133
[email protected]
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M At E R N A l- FE tA l M E d I C I N E
24-hour emergency referrals or
consultations:
800-MFM-FOR-U
(800-636-3678)
Contact/Location Information
Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialists at University of Minnesota Medical Center,
Appointments
Minneapolis
Edina
Burnsville
Fairview, provide care at three locations for pregnant women who are or who have
612-273-2223
952-924-5250
952-892-2270
Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Centers Locations
Minneapolis
University of Minnesota
Medical Center, Fairview
Riverside Professional Building
Suite 400
606 24th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Edina
Southdale Medical Building
Suite 250
6545 France Ave. S.
Edina, MN 55435
Burnsville
Ridgeview Medical Building
Suite 363
303 E. Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337
high risks of experiencing a medically complicated pregnancy. We provide care in
Burnsville, Edina and Minneapolis. Our Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialists are all
board-certified.
Our Maternal-Fetal Medicine Centers are part of the University of Minnesota
National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health, which serves as a national
model to provide innovative, comprehensive and interdisciplinary care for women.
We often collaborate with the various specialists on patients’ care.
We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Women who are:
- Of advanced maternal age
- Pregnant with a child who has
indications of an abnormality, such
as spina bifida or down syndrome
- Pregnant with multiples
• Women who have:
- A history of preterm labor
and/or delivery
- Cervical insufficiency
(incompetent cervix)
- Gestational diabetes
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- History of pre-eclampsia
- Pre-existing medical
conditions, such as cardiac
disease or cystic fibrosis
- Prior fetal or neonatal death
- Recurrent pregnancy losses
Additional programs and services:
• Chorionic villus sampling (CVS)
• Integrated first trimester
nuchal translucency/
biochemical marker screens
• Second trimester serum screening
• Voluson® E8 (4-d) ultrasounds
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Pr ov i d e r s
Matt Bower, M.S., C.G.C.
Genetic Counselor
(Blood Clotting and Bleeding
Disorders, Neurogentics,
Molecular Diagnostics)
612-624-8948
[email protected]
Jessica Nyholm, M.D.
Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Physician
(Infectious Diseases,
Preeclampsia, Diabetes in
Pregnancy)
612-627-4187
[email protected]
Meg Eilers, M.S., C.G.C.
Genetic Counselor, Coordinator,
Fetal diagnosis and treatment
Center
(Prenatal Screening and Testing
Pregnancies with Anomalies,
Family History Concerns)
612-273-5635
952-892-2272
[email protected]
Tracy Prosen, M.D.
Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Physician
director, Fetal diagnosis
and treatment Center
(Structural and Genetic
Abnormalities, Prenatal
Diagnosis, Chorionic Villus
Sampling, Fetal Therapy)
Jessica Greenberg, M.S.,
C.G.C.
Genetic Counselor
(Blood Clotting and Bleeding
Disorders, Neurogenetics,
Molecular Diagnostics)
Elizabeth Janoski, M.S.,
C.G.C.
Genetic Counselor
(Prenatal Genetic
Counseling, Pediatric
Metabolism Clinic)
612-273-2235
[email protected]
952-892-2825
[email protected]
Kirk Ramin, M.D.
Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Physician
(Multi-Fetal Gestation,
Recurrent Pregnancy
Loss, Decreased Cervical
Competency)
Phillip Rauk, M.D.
Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Physician
(High-Risk Obstetric
Complications, Preterm
Labor, Infectious Diseases)
612-627-4187
[email protected]
612-627-4187
[email protected]
Daniel Landers, M.D.
Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Physician
director, Maternal-Fetal
Medicine division
(Thrombophilias, Infectious
Diseases, Intrauterine
Growth Restriction)
612-627-4187
[email protected]
Karol Rubin, M.S., C.G.C.
Genetic Counselor
(Prenatal Genetics,
NICU/PICU Consults,
Neurofibromatosis, Velocardio-Facial Syndrome,
Down Syndrome)
612-273-2243
[email protected]
612-627-4187
[email protected]
Cheri Schoonveld, M.S.,
C.G.C.
Genetic Counselor
(Recurrent Pregnancy Loss,
Infertility, Maternal-Fetal
Genetic Conditions,
Genetic Eye Disorders)
612-273-2236
[email protected]
Shanthi Sivanandam, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
director, Fetal
Echocardiography
Program
(Fetal Echocardiography,
Fetal Arrhythmias, Fetal
Diagnosis of Congenital
Heart Disease)
612-626-2782
[email protected]
Preston Williams, M.D.
Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Physician
(Autoimmune Disorders,
Diabetes Mellitus,
Hypertensive Disorders)
612-627-4187
[email protected]
Yasuko Yamamura, M.D.
Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Physician
(Decreased Cervical
Competence, Preterm
Birth, Maternal-Fetal Red
Blood Cell and Platelet
Incompatibility)
612-627-4187
[email protected]
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MEdICAl HyPNOSIS
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Children and adolescents who have chronic medical or emotional conditions often
Developmental-Behavioral
Pediatrics Clinic
Suite 371
717 delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
612-626-4260
benefit from learning self-hypnosis. Clinical hypnosis is often very effective
with children and adolescents, and most are empowered by and learn the
self-regulation techniques easily.
Physicians at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital teach selfhypnosis, a therapeutic approach based upon the relationship between mind and
body. the medical community has recognized clinical hypnosis since the 1950s.
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We provide specialty care
for (but not limited to):
Additional programs and services:
• Biofeedback
• Anxiety/depression
• Side effects of other treatments
• Medical self-hypnosis
• Arthritis
• Sleep disorders
• Pain management
• Back pain
• Stomach aches/abdominal pain
• Bedwetting
• Stress
• Cancer-related conditions
• tic disorders (tourette’s syndrome)
• dermatological disorders
• Weight-control issues
• Gastrointestinal disorders
• Habit disorders
• Headaches
Pr ov i d e r s
Andrew J. Barnes, M.D.
developmental Behavioral
Pediatrician
(Mind-Body Pediatrics, SelfRegulation)
612-624-1167
[email protected]
Daniel Kohen, M.D.
developmental-Behavioral
Pediatrician
director, developmentalBehavioral Pediatrics
Program
(Developmental-Behavioral
Pediatrics, General
Pediatrics)
612-626-3014
[email protected]
Katherine (Betsy) Murray,
M.D., M.P.H.
developmentalBehavioral Pediatrician
(Developmental-Behavioral
Pediatrics, General
Pediatrics)
612-626-0126
[email protected]
Michele Strachan, M.D.,
M.P.H.
developmentalBehavioral Pediatrician
(Developmental-Behavioral
Pediatrics)
612-626-4260
[email protected]
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N E O N AtA l C A R E/N E O N AtA l
INtENSIVE CARE UNIt
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s
Consultation/Transport
612-273-7032
Hospital has a level III-C NICU — the highest level of intensive care for neonates.
Level III-C NICU
University of Minnesota Amplatz
Children’s Hospital
2414 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-273-7032
Level lll-A NICU
Fairview Ridges Hospital
201 Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337
952-892-2402
Level III-A NICU
Fairview Southdale Hospital
6401 France Ave. S.
Edina, MN 55435
952-924-5205
Outpatient
Pediatric Specialty Care
Explorer Clinic
East Building, 12th Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
Specialty Clinic for Children
Suite 372
303 E. Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337
952-892-2910
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We provide comprehensive care in close proximity to the Birthplace at University of
Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview.
We provide specialty care for (but not limited to):
• Acute and chronic bacterial
and viral infections
• Intrauterine growth retardation
• Blood conditions
• Neurological conditions
• Cancer and tumors
• Orthopaedic problems
• Cardiac abnormalities
• Prematurity (including
low-birth weight)
• Congenital anomalies
• Metabolic/endocrine conditions
• Ear, nose and throat conditions
(ophthalmology and otolaryngology)
• Pulmonary disorders/conditions
• Gastrointestinal disorders/problems
• Skin disorders
• Renal conditions
Additional programs and services:
• Extracorporeal membrane
oxygenation (ECMO)
• Center for Neurobehavioral
development
• Hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis
• NICU follow-up clinic
• Nitric-oxide therapy
• therapeutic hypothermia for
hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy
(whole-body cooling)
• High-frequency ventilation
• Neonatal nutrition support
• Neonatal surgical treatments
– common to complex
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Pr ov i d e r s
Indu Agarwal, M.D.
Neonatologist
(Perinatal and Neonatal
Nutrition, NICU Graduate
Follow-Up Care)
612-624-1986
[email protected]
Catherine Bendel, M.D.
Neonatologist
(Neonatal Infectious
Diseases, Neonatal
Candidiasis, Necrotizing
Enterocolitis)
Nancy Fahim, M.D.
Neonatologist
612-626-0644
[email protected]
Cheryl Gale, M.D.
Neonatologist
(Neonatal Infections,
Neonatal Gut Microbiome,
Fungal Disease)
612-624-1982
[email protected]
612-626-3250
[email protected]
Thomas George, M.D.
Neonatologist
Medical director, Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit
(Inhaled Nitric Oxide
in Preterm Infants,
Management of Chronic
Lung Disease Secondary
to Pulmonary Hypoplasia,
High-Frequency Ventilation
in Neonates)
612-624-6595
[email protected]
Michael Georgieff, M.D.
Neonatologist
director, division of
Neonatology
director, Center for
Neurobehavioral
development
(Neonatal Nutrition,
Neonatal Follow-Up,
Neonatal Neurology)
Sixto Guiang, M.D.
Neonatologist
612-626-4792
[email protected]
Dana Johnson, M.D., Ph.D.
Neonatologist
(Short- and long-term
effects of early social and
nutritional deprivation,
Outcomes of International
Adoption)
612-626-0644
[email protected]
Mary Pylipow, M.D.
Neonatologist
(GBS Infection, Respiratory
Physiology, Developmental
Follow-Up)
612-626-0644
[email protected]
612-626-0644
[email protected]
612-626-0644
[email protected]
Raghavendra Rao, M.D.
Neonatologist
(Neuroprotective Strategies
in the NICU, Disorders of
Glucose Metabolism, NonTherapy for Preterm Infants)
612-625-3260
[email protected]
Kari Roberts, M.D.
Neonatologist
(Newborn Resuscitation,
Pain and Physiologic
Responses During Invasive
Procedures, Simulation
Training)
612-626-0644
[email protected]
Erin Stepka, M.D.
Neonatologist
(Late infant, Prevention
of NEC in the ELBW,
Prevention of IVH in the
ELBW Infant)
612-626-0644
[email protected]
Sara Ramel, M.D.
Neonatologist
(Neonatal Nutrition,
Growth and Body
Composition, Neonatal
Follow-Up, Neonatal
Neurodevelopmental
Outcomes)
Theodore Thompson, M.D.
Neonatologist
Medical director, South
Metro Neonatal Intensive
Care Units
(Problems of the Late Preterm
Infant, Ethical Dilemmas
on the NICU, Neonatal
Stabilization and Transport)
612-626-2841
[email protected]
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N EPH RO lO Gy
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital provides a full range
Pediatric Specialty Care
Discovery Clinic
2512 Building, third Floor
2512 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
of nephrology care for infants, children and adolescents who have kidney
University of Minnesota Physicians
Pediatric Specialty Clinic – St. Paul
Nasseff Specialty Center Building
Suite 504
225 N. Smith Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55102
651-265-7575
Ranked in 2011 by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top
disease. Our board-certified pediatric nephrologists work closely with experts
in other specialties including pediatric urology, transplant surgery, psychology,
nutrition and social work, to provide multidisciplinary care for patients.
pediatric nephrology programs in the nation, University of Minnesota
Amplatz Children’s Hospital has performed the largest number
of pediatric kidney transplants in the world and has the highest
reported infant kidney transplant success rate in the world.
We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Hemolytic Uremic syndrome
• Complications of kidney
transplantation
• Kidney (renal) failure of any
cause (acute or chronic)
• Congenital malformations of
the kidney and bladder
• diabetic kidney disease
• End-stage renal disease (ESRd)
• Enuresis (bedwetting)
• Genetic kidney diseases, including
familial nephritis (Alport syndrome)
• Glomerulonephritis, acute and chronic
• Hematuria
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• Hypertension
• Kidney stones
• Nephrotic syndrome
• Polycystic kidney disease
• Prenatally diagnosed
kidney abnormalities
• Proteinuria
• Urinary-tract infections
• Vesicoureteral reflux
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Additional programs and services:
• dialysis
- Continuous venovenous
hemofiltration (CVVH)
- Hemodialysis
- Peritoneal dialysis
• Kidney biopsy
• Kidney transplantation, including
laparascopic kidney donation
Pr ov i d e r s
Blanche Chavers, M.D.
Pediatric Nephrologist
612 626-2922
[email protected]
Clifford Kashtan, M.D.
Pediatric Nephrologist
director, division of
Pediatric Nephrology
Lydia Najera, M.D.
Pediatric Nephrologist
Thomas Nevins, M.D.
Pediatric Nephrologist
Michelle Rheault, M.D.
Pediatric Nephrologist
Priya Verghese, M.D., M.P.H.
Pediatric Nephrologist
612-626-2922
[email protected]
612-626-2922
[email protected]
612-626-2922
[email protected]
612-626-2922
[email protected]
612-626-2922
[email protected]
Avi Katz, M.D.
Pediatric Nephrologist
Youngki Kim, M.D.
Pediatric Nephrologist
Michael Mauer, M.D.
Pediatric Nephrologist
612-626-2922
[email protected]
612-626-2922
[email protected]
612-626-2922
[email protected]
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N EU RO lO G I CA l CA RE
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Experts in neurology, neurosurgery and neuropsychology at University of
Pediatric Specialty Care
Explorer Clinic
East Building, 12th Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital specialize in diagnosing and treating
Specialty Clinic for Children
Suite 372
303 E. Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337
952-892-2910
innovative treatment options while conducting award-winning brain-tumor research.
the full spectrum of comprehensive pediatric neurological conditions.
Since 1982, University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital has had a
multidisciplinary brain-tumor program. today, we are treating patients with
We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Autism
Additional programs and services:
• Brain, spinal cord and other
neurological surgery
• Brain tumors and neurological
complications of cancer
• deep-brain stimulation
• Brain, spinal cord and spinal injury
• Neuropsychological consultations
• Cerebral palsy
• Chiari malformations
• Neuropsychological testing
and diagnostic assessments
• Complications of prematurity
• Neurosurgery
• Epilepsy and other
paroxysmal disorders
• Radiosurgery (minimally invasive
techniques effective for some
tumors and other disorders)
• Headaches
• Hydrocephalus
• learning and behavior disorders
• Movement disorders
• Muscle diseases
• Neurogenetic and
neurodegenerative diseases
• Experimental brain-tumor therapies
- Fractionated stereotactic
radiosurgery
- tomotherapy
- Gamma Knife®
- Radiosurgery
• Peripheral neuropathies
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• Spina bifida
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Pe d i a T r i C n e U r o s U r g e r y
Stephen Haines, M.D.
Pediatric Neurosurgeon
(Brain Tumors,
Hydrocephalus, Chiari
Malformations and
Syringomyelia)
Pe d i a T r i C n e U r o l o g y
Cornelius Lam, M.D.
Pediatric Neurosurgeon
Peter Karachunski, M.D.
Pediatric Neurologist
John MacDonald, M.D.
Pediatric Neurologist
612-624-6666
[email protected]
612-625-7466
[email protected]
612-625-7466
[email protected]
612-624-6666
[email protected]
Steven Rothman, M.D.
Pediatric Neurologist
director, Pediatric Clinical
Neuroscience
(Headaches, Epilepsy, Bone
Marrow Transplantation for
Neurogenetic Diseases)
612-625-7466
[email protected]
Pe d i a T r i C n e U r o P s y C h o l o g y
Alicia Kunin-Batson, Ph.D.,
L.P.
Pediatric Neuropsychologist
612-625-7466
[email protected]
Michael Potegal, Ph.D., L.P.
Pediatric Neuropsychologist
(ADHD, Learning Disorders,
Epilepsy, Sanfilippo
Syndrome)
612-624-0171
[email protected]
612-625-7466
[email protected]
612-625-7466
[email protected]
aU T i s m sP e C T r U m
Michael Reiff, M.D.
developmentalBehavioral Pediatrician
director, Autism
Spectrum and
Neurodevelopmental
disorders Clinic
(Autism Spectrum Disorder,
Developmental Behavioral
Pediatrics, Pediatric
Neurological Care)
Heather Sesma, Ph.D., L.P.
Pediatric Neuropsychologist
and
Elsa Shapiro, Ph.D.,
A.B.P.P., L.P.
Pediatric Neuropsychologist
612-625-7466
[email protected]
Richard Ziegler, Ph.D., L.P.
Pediatric Neuropsychologist
director, Pediatric
Neuropsychologist
612-625-7466
[email protected]
n e U r o d e ve l o P m e n T a l d i s o r d e r s
Amy Esler, Ph.D., L.P.
Psychologist
(Early diagnosis, Fragile
X, Multicultural Issues in
Diagnosis and Intervention)
612-624-0171
[email protected]
Robin Rumsey, Ph.D., L.P.
Pediatric Neuropsychologist
(Early identification of
Autism Spectrum Disorders,
Neuropsychological
Assessment, Care
Coordination Facilitation)
612-624-0171
[email protected]
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O PHtHA l MO lO Gy
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital has one of the country’s largest
Minnesota Lions Children’s Eye Clinic
Park Plaza Building, third Floor
701 25th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
pediatric ophthalmology programs and provides care to children and adolescents
Specialty Clinic for Children
Suite 372
303 E. Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337
952-892-2910
geneticists and rheumatologists, among other specialists, to provide care to
Fairview Maple Grove
Medical Center
14500 99th Ave. N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369
763-898-1000
beginning in infancy. Our ophthalmologists work closely with orthoptists who
have special training in examining children’s vision and other eye disorders.
In addition, our ophthalmologists often collaborate with neurologists, oncologists,
patients who have eye anomalies that result from other conditions. In addition,
care is often coordinated with our ophthalmic colleagues who specialize in
oculoplastics, cornea, contact lens, retina, neuro-opthalmology and glaucoma.
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital collaborates with the
National Institutes of Health Pediatric Eye disease Investigator Group on
researching and incorporating study findings into treatment plans for various
eye conditions. We also conduct research studies that affect international
treatment protocols.
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We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Optic-nerve disorders
Additional programs and services:
• Pediatric cataracts
• Eye glasses
• Amblyopia (lazy eye)
• Pediatric glaucoma
• Eye surgery
• Eye and periorbital trauma
• Ptosis (droopy eyelid)
• Medication
• Eye problems related to
other conditions
• Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP)
• Non-surgical treatment
• Strabismus (eye misalignment)
• Patches
- developmental abnormalities
- Syndromes that involve/affect eyes
- thyroid eye disease
- turned-out eye (exotropia)
- Cross-eyed (esotropia)
• tear drainage abnormalities
• Genetic eye disorders
- Blocked tear duct
- Albinism
- Chromosomal abnormalities
- Retinal abnormalities
• Screening examinations and
treatment for tumors
• Screening examinations for
retinopathy of prematurity (ROP)
• tumors of the eye, eyelid
and periorbital area
- Hemangioma (blood vessel)
• Inflammation of the eye
- Retinoblastoma
- Arthritis-related
- lymphangioma (lymph vessel)
- Infection-related
Pr ov i d e r s
Jill Anderson, M.D.
Ophthalmologist
(Retinoblastoma, Pediatric
Cataract, Strabismus)
Erick Bothun, M.D.
Ophthalmologist
(Pediatric Cataract, Pediatric
Glaucoma, Strabismus)
612-625-4400
[email protected]
612-625-4400
[email protected]
Kim Merrill, C.O.
Orthoptist
C. Gail Summers, M.D.
Ophthalmologist
(Albinism, Developmental
Ocular Abnormalities,
Strabismus)
612-625-4400
[email protected]
612-625-4400
[email protected]
Inge De Becker, M.D.
Ophthalmologist
(Strabismus, Ocular
Genetics, Vision Problems
of Prematurity)
Anna de Melo, C.O.
Orthoptist
Kathy Hogue, C.O.
Orthoptist
612-625-4400
612-625-4400
[email protected] [email protected]
612-645-4400
[email protected]
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O R t H O PA E d I C S
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital provides comprehensive
General Information
612-273-9400
orthopaedic care for children and adolescents who have common and complex
Orthopaedic Clinic
First Floor, R102
2512 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
disorders. Our physicians also are experts in scoliosis and spinal surgery.
Fairview Maple Grove
Medical Center
14500 99th Ave. N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369
pediatric orthopaedic conditions including fractures, sports injuries or developmental
Orthopaedic oncologists on our staff have national recognition for their work in bone
and soft-tissue tumors, and reconstructive surgery after oncology treatment.
We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
- labral tears
• dysplasias
- Spinal-cord injury
- Bone dysplasia
- Hip dysplasia
• limb disorders
- Blount’s disease
- Clubfoot deformity
- Congenital hand and foot deformities
- Fractures
- leg-length discrepancy
- limb deformity
- Slipped capital epiphysis
- Sports injuries
- Webbed fingers, extra digits
• Neuromuscular disorders
- Carpal-tunnel syndrome
- Cerebral palsy
- Femoroacetabular impingement
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- Hip pain
- Hemophilia musculoskeletal problems
• Orthopaedic bone and
soft-tissue tumors
• Spine disorders
-
Kyphosis
Scoliosis
Spinal deformities
Spondylolysis
Additional programs and services:
• Medical/non-operative treatment
- Medications
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
• Orthopaedic surgery
• Sports medicine
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Pr ov i d e r s
A. Noelle Larson, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
(Pediatric Spine, Hip,
Fracture Care)
612-899-9323
[email protected]
Denis Clohisy, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
(Oncology, Hemophilia)
612-273-1177
[email protected]
Fernando Pena, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
612-273-1177
[email protected]
Jonathan Sembrano, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
(Spine)
612-273-1177
[email protected]
Julie Adams, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
612-273-1177
[email protected]
Alicia Harrison, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
612-273-1177
[email protected]
David Polly Jr., M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
(Spine)
612-273-1177
[email protected]
Steve Stovitz, M.D.
Family Medicine Physician
612-273-9400
[email protected]
Elizabeth A. Arendt, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
(Sports Medicine)
612-273-1177
[email protected]
Patrick Morgan, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
(Hip Care)
612-273-1177
[email protected]
Matthew Putnam, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
612-273-1177
[email protected]
Jonathan Braman, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
612-273-1177
[email protected]
Patrick Morris, M.D.
Family Medicine Physician
612-624-9499
[email protected]
Edward Santos, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
(Spine)
612-273-1177
[email protected]
Edward Y. Cheng, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
(Oncology)
612-273-1177
[email protected]
Christian Ogilvie, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
(Oncology, Fracture Care)
612-273-1177
[email protected]
Joseph Schuster, D.P.M.
Podiatrist
612-273-1177
[email protected]
Ann Van Heest, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
(Hand Deformity)
612-273-1177
[email protected]
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E A R, N O S E A N d t H ROAt
(OtO l A RyN G O lO Gy )
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Otolaryngologists at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital
General Information
612-625-7400
specialize in diagnosing and treating pediatric ear, nose and throat disorders,
Minnesota Lions ENT
and Hearing Clinic
Park Plaza Building, Second Floor
701 25th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
as well as conditions that affect the head and neck. We treat ear infections,
hearing loss, sinus disease, sleep apnea and tonsillitis, among other conditions.
Our leading-edge technology and affiliation with the University of Minnesota
allows us to offer the latest treatments to our patients. Such treatments
include balloon sinuplasty, bone-anchored hearing aids, cleft lip and/or
palate repair, esophagoscopy, laryngeal surgery, microvascular reconstruction,
surgical reconstruction of microtia, and bilateral cochlear implants.
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We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Cosmetic procedures and surgery
• Adenoiditis
• deafness
• Allergies
• dysphagia
• Basal cell carcinoma
• dysphonia
• Birth defects
• Eustachian tubes
• Brain tumors
• Carcinoma
• Gastroesophageal reflux
disease (GERd)
• Chronic rhinitis
• Head and neck cancer
• Cleft lip and/or palate
• Head and neck reconstruction
• Congenital anomalies
• Headaches
• Craniofacial skull-base surgery
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• Hearing loss
• Sjogren’s syndrome
Additional programs and services:
• Implantable electronic
hearing devices
• Sleep disorders
• Cochlear implants
• Sore/strep throat
• Craniofacial skull-base surgery
• laryngeal cancer
• throat cancer
• lions Children’s Hearing Center
• Melanoma
• thyroid cancer
• Microtia repair
• Ménière’s disease
• tinnitus
• Plastic surgery
• Meningitis
• tonsillitis
• Reconstructive surgery
• Nasal problems
• Usher syndrome
• Neck pain
• Vascular malformations
• Oral cancer
• Vertigo
• Otitis
• Vestibular-balance disorders
• Sinus problems
• Voice problems
• Sinusitis
• trauma-related injuries
Pr ov i d e r s
NO PHOtO
AVAIlABlE
David D. Hamlar, M.D.,
D.D.S.
Cranial Facial Skull-Base
Surgeon
612-625-7400
[email protected]
Tina Huang, M.D.
Neurotologist
Samuel Levine, M.D.
Neurotologist
Abby Meyer, M.D.
Pediatric Otolaryngologist
Frank Rimell, M.D.
Pediatric Otolaryngologist
612-625-7400
[email protected]
612-625-7400
[email protected]
612-625-7400
[email protected]
612-625-7400
[email protected]
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PA I N M A N A G E M E N t
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
the Pain Management Center at University of Minnesota Amplatz
General Information
612-273-5400
Children’s Hospital is dedicated to improving lives through state-of-the-
Pain Management Center
606 24th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55455
art expertise in pain assessment and management. We use a patientcentered, biopsychosocial approach that incorporates interventional,
medical, physical and psychological therapies. Each is tailored to the
patient’s needs and is in collaboration with their primary-care providers.
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital takes a multidisciplinary
approach to the prevention, evaluation, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of
painful disorders. Our team of specialists includes pain experts from neurology,
physical medicine, rehabilitation and psychology. Such specialists offer advanced
therapies, including drug treatment, pain rehabilitation and management, injection
therapies, and implants to address complex and multidimensional pain.
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We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
Additional programs and services:
• Abdominal pain
• Injection therapies
• Cancer pain
• Implants
• Headaches
• Pain rehabilitation and management
• Neck, back and joint pain
• Physical therapy
• drug treatment
• Neuropathic pain
• Pain from terminal illness
• Visceral pain
Pr ov i d e r s
Miles Belgrade, M.D.
Neurologist
612-273-5400
[email protected]
Orlando Charry, M.D.
Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation Specialist
612-273-5400
[email protected]
Georgia Panopoulas, Ph.D., L.P.
Psychologist
612-273-5400
[email protected]
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PA l l I At I V E C A R E
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Palliative-care specialists at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital
General Information
612-672-6362
address the physical, psychosocial and spiritual needs of children and adolescents
University of Minnesota
Amplatz Children’s Hospital
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
who are living with life-threatening conditions. Palliative-care specialists bring
knowledge in managing the symptoms associated with treatment to support the best
quality of life for children.
A team of physicians, nurses, Child-Family life specialists, social workers, and
chaplains provide palliative-care services at our hospital. the team offers these
services simultaneously with a child’s other medical treatments.
As part of our pediatric palliative-care services, art, poetry and music therapists work
work with children and their families to manage stress, alleviate pain, express feelings,
and enhance communication.
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PlAStIC ANd
RECO NStRU CtIVE SU RGERy
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Plastic and reconstructive surgery specialists at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s
Contact/Location Information
Hospital provide personalized and compassionate care to infants, children and young
General Information
612-625-1188
adults. We use the most innovative treatment techniques for a variety of physical
abnormalities that children are born with or acquire as a result of injury or accident.
We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Birthmarks and nevi
• Gynecomastia
• Wound healing
Additional programs and services:
• Cleft palate
• Consultations
• Facial reconstruction
• Nasal trauma/nasal deformity
(septoplasty)
• Cranial-molding helmets
• Scar revision
Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgery Clinic
Phillips-Wangensteen Building
First Floor, Clinic 1E
516 delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
University of Minnesota
Breast Center
Masonic Cancer Center
M160
424 Harvard St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Pr ov i d e r s
Marie-Claire Buckley, M.D.
Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgeon
(Cleft Palate, Craniofacial
Pediatric Surgery, Facial
Reconstruction)
Umar Choudry, M.D.
Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgeon
(Cancer Reconstruction
Surgery, Skin Cancer,
Wound Healing)
612-625-1188
[email protected]
612-625-1188
[email protected]
Bruce Cunningham, M.D.
Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgeon
(Facial Reconstruction,
Rhinoplasty)
612-625-1188
[email protected]
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ANd AdOlESCENt
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital child and adolescent
Psychiatry Clinic –
Individual Therapy
612-273-8705
psychiatrists and psychologists offer comprehensive mental-health services to
Inpatient Programs
612-672-6600
Outpatient Programs
612-672-2736
University of MInnesota Amplatz
Children’s Hospital
2312 S. Sixth St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
children and adolescents. they provide assessments, services and treatment for
various diagnoses so that children and adolescents grow in their understanding
of themselves and develop skills to achieve healthier and happier lives.
We provide specialty care for (but not limited to):
• Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
• Anxiety disorders
• Autism (see page 12)
• Mood disorders
• Schizophrenia-spectrum disorders
Additional programs and services:
• AdHd testing
• Anxiety disorders, mood disorders and youth psychosis
• Child and adolescent neuropsychological clinic
• Cognitive behavioral therapy
• dialectical behavioral therapy
• Parent and family skills training
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Pr ov i d e r s
Afshan Anjum, M.D.
Child/Adolescent
Psychiatrist
612-273-9822
[email protected]
Gail Bernstein, M.D.
Child/Adolescent
Psychiatrist
(Anxiety Disorders,
Obsessive-Compulsive
Disorders)
612-273-9711
[email protected]
Sanjiv Kumra, M.D.
Child/Adolescent
Psychiatrist
division Head, Child and
Adolescent Psychiatry
612-273-9775
[email protected]
Steven Manning, M.D.
Child/Adolescent
Psychiatrist
612-273-9711
[email protected]
Michael Bloomquist,
Ph.D., L.P.
Child Psychologist
(Attention and Behavior
Problems)
612-273-9711
[email protected]
Joel Oberstar, M.D.
Child/Adolescent
Psychiatrist
(Mood Disorders and
Psychosis, Autism Spectrum
Disorders, Forensic
Psychiatry)
612-273-9822
[email protected]
Kathryn Cullen, M.D.
Child/Adolescent
Psychiatrist
(Depression, Bipolar
Disorder, Self-Injurious
Behaviors)
Jonathan Jensen, M.D.
Child/Adolescent
Psychiatrist
612-273-9711
[email protected]
612-624-0752
[email protected]
George Realmuto, M.D.
Child/Adolescent
Psychiatrist
(Attention and Behavior
Problems)
612-273-9711
[email protected]
Rabindra Tambyraja, M.D.
Child/Adolescent
Psychiatrist
612-273-9711
[email protected]
Jeffrey Wozniak,
Ph.D., L.P.
Child/Adolescent
Neuropsychologist
(Child and Adolescent
Neuropsychological
Assessment)
612-273-9711
[email protected]
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PSyC H O lO Gy
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
the Pediatric Psychology program at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s
General Information
612-626-3491
Hospital provides psychology services to children and adolescents that address the
Pediatric Specialty Care
Discovery Clinic
2512 Building, third Floor
2512 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
Pr ov i d e r s
developmental learning and behavioral aspects of pediatric medicine. We provide
complete neuropsychological evaluations for neurodevelopmental disorders.
Our program is known for its work with children who are chronically
ill and who have developmental and/or learning disabilities. Our
psychology staff also provides assistance and support to families as
they cope with the stresses that relate to their children’s conditions.
We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Adjustment to chronic medical
conditions including diabetes, cystic
fibrosis, celiac and Crohn’s disease
• Attention deficit
hyperactivity disorder
Christopher Boys, Ph.D., L.P.
Pediatric Neuropsychologist
(Fetal Alcohol Spectrum
Disorders, Adaptation to
Chronic Medical Conditions,
Follow-up for Premature
Infants)
• Behavioral problems
Additional programs and services:
• Assessments for various
neurodevelopmental disorders
• Neuropsychological Evaluations
• Psychological management
• Psychotherapy
• Systemic parent-training programs
• depression and anxiety
• School-related issues
• Weight issues
612-624-9910
[email protected]
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PU l MO N O lO Gy
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Pulmonologists at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital provide
General Information
612-625-5995
a full range of care to children who have lung, airway and chest diseases. Our
Minnesota Cystic Fibrosis Center
612-625-5995
specialties to bring current, evidence-based comprehensive care to patients.
Pediatric Specialty Care
Discovery Clinic
2512 Building, third Floor
2512 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
Specialty Clinic for Children
Suite 372
303 E. Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337
952-892-2910
pulmonologists work collaboratively with physicians and scientists in other
In addition, we provide our patients with unique opportunities to participate
in clinical research, which improves care.
For 50 years, the Minnesota Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Center (see page 32) at University
of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital has been at the forefront of CF care for
patients from Minnesota, across the nation and around the world. CF experts,
specialists, psychologists, social workers, genetic counselors, and families
work together to provide the very best patient care.
We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Asthma
• Interstitial-lung disease
• Bronchiectasis
• Primary ciliary diseases
• Cystic fibrosis
• Respiratory problems related to:
• Gastroesophageal-reflux disease
with lung complications
- Brain or spinal-cord injuries
• Hypersensitivity pneumonitis
- Heart disease
• Infections, including:
- Muscular diseases
including duchenne’s
- Complicated cases of pneumonia
- Histoplasmosis and other
fungal infections
- tuberculosis
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- Cancer
- Neurological disorders
- Premature birth
- transplants
• Genetic counseling
- development of individual
action plan
• Symptoms of undetermined
origin, such as:
• Pulmonary-function tests
- Environmental control
recommendations
- Cough
- Noisy breathing
- Infants and children
• Respiratory therapy
- Medication and monitoring
- Recurrent pneumonia
• Scans
• diagnostic tests of:
- Shortness of breath
- Ct
- Cystic fibrosis sweatchloride testing
- Sinusitis
- Wheezing
- MRI
- PEt
• Ventilator dependent conditions
• Education and advice for
parents and families
• Surgery, including transplants
Additional programs and services:
• Evaluation
• transition plans for teens with
chronic lung diseases
• Blood tests, including
immune-function analysis
• Comprehensive treatment plans
- Chronic lung disease management
- Bronchoscopy
- Fluoroscopy
• Exercise testing
• Full range of microbiology analysis
Pr ov i d e r s
Gail Brottman, M.D.
Pediatric Pulmonologist
612-625-5995
[email protected]
Terri A. Laguna, M.D.,
M.S.C.S.
Pediatric Pulmonologist
612-625-5995
[email protected]
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Warren Regelmann, M.D.
Pediatric Pulmonologist
director, Pediatric
Pulmonary Medicine
612-625-5995
[email protected]
Carlye Tomczyk, C.P.N.P.,
M.S., R.N.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
612-625-5995
[email protected]
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24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Radiation therapy at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital
Radiation Therapy
East Building, First Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6700
uses leading-edge technology to provide care to children who have a variety
of conditions.
Our Radiation Oncology team works in collaboration with pediatric oncology,
and with specialists in otolaryngology, ophthalmology, neurosurgery, general and
thoracic surgery. We also partner with pediatric anesthesiology to help children
relax and remain stationary during radiation therapy. Our providers participate
in multidisciplinary conferences to review cases and share information, and are
active in research at the University of Minnesota and with colleagues throughout
the nation.
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We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
Additional programs and
services:
• Brain tumors
• Rare tumor types
• leukemia
• Retinoblastoma
• External beam fractionated
stereotactic radiosurgery
• liver tumors
• Sarcoma
• Eye plaques
• lymphoma (Hodgkin’s
and non-Hodgkin’s)
• Wilms tumors
• Gamma-knife radiosurgery
• Intensity modulated
radiation therapy
• Neuroblastoma
• Radiation-seed implants
• tomotherapy
• total-body radiation
Pr ov i d e r s
L. Chinsoo Cho, M.D., Ph.D.
Radiation Oncologist
Kathryn Dusenbery, M.D.
Radiation Oncologist
Chung Lee, M.D.
Radiation Oncologist
Margaret Reynolds, M.D.
Radiation Oncologist
Jianling Yuan, M.D., Ph.D.
Radiation Oncologist
612-365-6700
[email protected]
612-365-6700
[email protected]
612-365-6700
[email protected]
612-365-6700
[email protected]
612-365-6700
[email protected]
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R E H A B I l I tAt I O N S E RV I C ES
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Rehabilitation Services at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital
General Information
612-273-8400
has a team of occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech-language
Scheduling
612-273-2897
and physical potential.
University of Minnesota
Amplatz Children’s Hospital
East Building, Room M146
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-273-8499
Fairview Pediatric
Rehabilitation - Eagan
Suite 110
yankee Square Office Building V
3464 Washington dr.
Eagan, MN 55122
651-406-8868
pathologists who collaborate to help children reach their maximum mental
the Rehabilitation Services team has special training in evaluating and caring for
children of all ages and stages of development. Our team works with patients’
primary physicians throughout the rehabilitation process. Once treatment at
the hospital is complete, our therapists work with the family and the providers
whom the child will see during follow-up care, to ensure a smooth transition.
Fairview Southdale Hospital
6401 France Ave. S.
Edina, MN 55435
952-924-1340
(Speech-language only)
Fairview Pediatric
Rehabilitation - Burnsville
Ridges Pondview Medical Building
Suite 120
501 E. Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337
952-460-4960
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Fairview Maple Grove
Medical Center
Rehabilitation Services
14500 99th Ave. N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369
612-273-2897
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We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Cancer
• Cardiac complications
Additional programs and services:
• Assistive technology, augmentative
communication, computer access
and environmental controls
• Aural rehabilitation (cochlear
implants/hearing impairments)
• developmental delays
• Genetic conditions
• Neurologic disorders/
neuromuscular conditions
• Organ, and blood and
marrow transplant
• Sensory integration and praxis
testing and treatment
• Speech-language pathology
• Visual rehabilitation
• Custom wheelchair
seating and mobility
• Occupational therapy
• Orthopaedic bracing
and limb prosthetics
• Orthopaedics
• Physical therapy
• Premature births
Pr ov i d e r s
Megan Bresnahan, O.T.
Occupational therapist
612-273-5520
[email protected]
Jim Brudney, S.L.P.
Speech-language
Pathologist
Pediatric Rehabilitation
Supervisor
Sheila Gonzales, P.T.
Physical therapist
612-273-5093
[email protected]
612-273-1172
[email protected]
Katie Larson, P.T.
Physical therapist
Cathy Mixon, O.T.
Occupational therapist
612-273-3924
[email protected]
[email protected]
Shanna Semmler, O.T.
Occupational therapist
Kate Ward, P.T.
Physical therapist
[email protected]
[email protected]
Elisabeth Olson, M.A.,
OTR/L
Occupational therapist
612-273-9682
[email protected]
Jessica Grittner, M.S.,
C.C.C.-S.L.P.
Speech-language
Pathologist
612-273-8499
[email protected]
Susan Jacobsen, P.T.
Physical therapist
612-273-4255
[email protected]
Holly Schifsky, O.T.
Occupational therapist
Sara Schweiss, O.T.
Occupational therapist
[email protected]
612-273-3109
[email protected]
Jessica Wolterstorff, S.L.P.
Speech-language
Pathologist
612-273-4517
[email protected]
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R H EU M AtO lO Gy
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Pediatric rheumatologists at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital
General Information
612-626-4598
provide care to children and adolescents who have rheumatic diseases that
Pediatric Specialty Care
Explorer Clinic
East Building, 12th Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
JRA), spondyloarthropathy syndromes, lyme arthritis and viral arthritis. Our
include various forms of arthritis such as juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA/
rheumatologists also treat various multisystem rheumatic diseases including Behcet’s
disease, dermatomyositis, lupus, mixed connective tissue disease, and scleroderma.
At University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital, pediatric rheumatologists
collaborate with other pediatric medical specialists — including ophthalmologists,
dermatologists and orthopaedists — to offer a range of treatments. Such
treatments include oral and intravenous anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive
therapies; subcutaneous and intravenous biologic response modifiers; physical
and occupational therapy; and orthotics.
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We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Infection-related arthritis
• Other rheumatic diseases
- Sjogren’s syndrome
- lyme arthritis
- Behcet’s disease
- Systemic lupus erythematosus
- Post-infectious arthritis
- Cryopyrin-associated
periodic syndromes
- Systemic vasculitis
- Viral arthritis
• Juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA)
- Enthesitis-related
- Oligoarticular
- Psoriatic
- Polyarticular
- dermatomyositis
• Other spondyloarthropathy
(enthesitis-arthritis) syndromes
- Mixed-connective-tissue disease
- Ankylosing spondylitis
- Periodic fever syndromes
- Relapsing polychondritis
- Arthritis of inflammatory
bowel disease
- Scleroderma
- Reactive arthritis
- Systemic
Pr ov i d e r s
Bryce Binstadt, M.D., Ph.D.
Pediatric Rheumatologist
(Juvenile Arthritis,
Systemic Autoimmune
Diseases, Autoimmune
Diseases in Patients with
Immunodeficiencies)
Richard Vehe, M.D.
Pediatric Rheumatologist
director, division of
Pediatric Rheumatology
(Juvenile Arthritis,
Dermatomyositis, Systemic
Lupus Erythematosus)
612-626-4598
[email protected]
612-626-4598
[email protected]
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SOCIAl WORK
ANd CARE M ANAGEMENt
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
At University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital, we provide social
General Information
612-273-3366
work and care management services to patients, families and caregivers.
Social workers and care coordinators network to address the challenges that
families face, and to increase their accessibility to health care and other human
services. the social workers and care management staff also serve as a bridge
between the hospital setting and a patient’s family life, home and community.
Social Work Services
• Supports patients’ emotional needs and coping — that in
turn — supports patients’ physical experiences
• Assists in adjusting to illnesses and treatments
• Provides counseling to patients and families experiencing emotional concerns
• teaches relaxation techniques, communication and coping skills
• Assists with problem solving, advocacy and
communications about the patients’ plan of care
• Facilitates educational and support groups for
patients, caregivers and family members
• Coordinates referrals to hospital and community-based resources
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SU RGERy
(GENER Al ANd tHOR ACIC)
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Pediatric Specialty Care
Discovery Clinic
2512 Building, third Floor
2512 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
Each year, surgeons at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital
perform more than 4,000 pediatric surgeries. We have a long history of
leadership in surgery and provide one of the nation’s largest pediatric pectus
(chest-wall deformity) practices. We are the only practice in Minnesota to
offer three major types of pectus repair. Our team of pediatric surgeons
has a national reputation as pioneers in minimally invasive surgery,
Specialty Clinic for Children
Suite 372
303 E. Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337
952-892-2910
resulting in less pain, faster recovery and fewer complications.
Fairview Maple Grove
Medical Center
14500 99th Ave. N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369
763-898-1000
care — all located within a major research center — provides children
At University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital, the combination of
expert pediatric surgeons, easy access to multiple specialties and innovative
and their families with world-class academic care and treatment.
We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• General and thoracic surgery for
infants, children and young adults
Additional programs and services:
• Minimally invasive surgery
- laparoscopic
- thoracoscopic
- Robotic
• Prenatal consults
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We see patients who have
the following conditions:
• Birth defects
- Abdominal-wall defects
- Pectus carinatum
• Spleen disorders requiring removal
- Pectus excavatum
• tumors
- Poland’s syndrome
- Cloaca
• Complex liver shunts
- diaphragmatic hernias
• Hernias
- Esophageal atresia and fistula
- Gastroschisis
- Intestinal disorders (atresias,
Hirschsprung’s disease, anorectal
malformations, and short-gut
syndrome with intestinal rehabilitation)
- Omphalocele
• Portal vein hypertension
• Chest deformities
- Neuroblastoma
- Sarcomas
- teratomas
- Wilm’s tumors
• Intestinal disorders
• Vascular anomalies
• lung disorders
- Congenital cystic adenoid
malformation of the lung (CCAM)
- Congenital lobar emphysema
- tumors
Pr ov i d e r s
Robert D. Acton, M.D.
Pediatric Surgeon
Surgical director, PICU
(Intestinal Failure, Neonatal
Surgery, Robotic-Assisted
Surgery)
612-626-4214
[email protected]
Melanie Hanlon, C.N.P.,
M.A., R.N.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
(Bowel Management
for Children With
Anorectal Malformations,
Hirschsprung’s Disease,
Patient and Family
Education)
612-626-4214
[email protected]
Donavon Hess, M.D.,
Ph.D., M.B.A.
Pediatric Surgeon
Medical director,
Pediatric trauma
(Esophageal atresia,
Trauma)
Daniel Saltzman, M.D., Ph.D.
Pediatric Surgeon
director, Pediatric Surgery
Surgeon-in-Chief
(Minimally Invasive Surgery,
Neonatal Surgery,
Pediatric General Surgery)
612-626-4214
[email protected]
612-626-4214
[email protected]
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t R A N S P l A N t, S O l I d O R G A N
(tHE tRANSPl ANt CENtER)
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Our goal at the transplant Center at University of Minnesota Amplatz
To schedule a new referral
or consultation:
(Heart and lung)
612-625-9922 or
800-478-5864 (toll-Free)
(Abdominal Organs)
612-625-5115 or
800-328-5465 (toll-Free)
Children’s Hospital is to provide world-class compassionate care to
University of Minnesota
Amplatz Children’s Hospital
transplant Center
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Our expert team of University of Minnesota Physicians — including surgeons,
Pediatric Specialty Care
Discovery Clinic
(liver, Kidney, Intestine –
Outpatient Care)
2512 Building, third Floor
2512 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
and is internationally renowned for innovations in anti-rejection drug therapy.
Pediatric Specialty Care
Explorer Clinic
(Heart – Outpatient Care)
East Building, 12th Floor
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
• Biliary atresia, hepatic failure,
immune diseases of the liver
and biliary tract, hepatic
cholestasis, metabolic liver
disease and viral hepatitis
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children whose lives have been touched by end-stage organ failure and
who are in need of a solid organ (kidney, liver, intestine, heart) transplant.
Patients and families benefit from our family-centered care and innovative
treatments uniquely designed for infants, children and young adults.
physician, researchers, nurse coordinators and social workers — excel in treating
and caring for patients. Our transplant team has performed more pediatric
kidney transplants with greater success than any other program in the world,
We see patients who have the
following conditions:
We provide specialty care for:
• Advanced heart failure from
congenital heart disease and
advanced pulmonary hypertension
• Intestinal transplant
• Heart failure and heart transplant
• Kidney transplant
• liver/intestinal transplant
• Pancreatectomy and islet
auto-transplant
Additional programs and services:
• Chronic and end-stage kidney disease
• living donor Program
• Chronic pancreatitis
• Paired donation Program (for living
kidney donors and recipients)
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K i d n e y Tr a n s P l a n T P r o v i d e r s
Blanche Chavers, M.D.
Pediatric Nephrologist
612-626-2922
[email protected]
Srinath Chinnakotla, M.D.
transplant Surgeon
Clinical director, Pediatric
transplant Program
612-625-3373
[email protected]
612-625-5115
800-328-5465
[email protected]
Clifford Kashtan, M.D.
Pediatric Nephrologist
Avi Katz, M.D.
Pediatric Nephrologist
Arthur Matas, M.D.
transplant Surgeon
612-626-2922
[email protected]
612-626-2922
[email protected]
612-625-6460
[email protected]
Thomas Nevins, M.D.
Pediatric Nephrologist
William Payne, M.D.
transplant Surgeon
Surgical director, Pediatric
Kidney transplant Program
Timothy Pruett, M.D.
transplant Surgeon
Chief, division of
transplantation
612-625-5151
[email protected]
612-626-7282
[email protected]
612-626-2922
[email protected]
Marie Cook, C.N.P., M.P.H.,
R.N., C.C.T.C.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Ty Dunn, M.D.
transplant Surgeon
Erik Finger, M.D., Ph.D.
transplant Surgeon
612-625-4758
[email protected]
612-626-1154
[email protected]
Michael Mauer, M.D.
Pediatric Nephrologist
Medical director, Pediatric
transplant Program
Lydia Najera, M.D.
Pediatric Nephrologist
612-626-2922
[email protected]
Michelle Rheault, M.D.
Pediatric Nephrologist
612-626-2922
[email protected]
612-626-2922
[email protected]
David Sutherland, M.D.,
Ph.D.
transplant Surgeon
612-625-5609
[email protected]
Priya Verghese, M.D., M.P.H.
Pediatric Nephrologist
612-626-2922
[email protected]
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Rebecca K. Ameduri, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
Medical director, Pediatric
Heart transplant Program
and Research Program
612-626-2710
[email protected]
l i ve r
and
Elizabeth Braunlin, M.D.,
Ph.D.
Pediatric Cardiologist
Roosevelt Bryant III, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiothoracic
Surgeon
612-626-2755
[email protected]
612-626-2755
[email protected]
James St. Louis, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiothoracic
Surgeon
director, Pediatric Cardiac
Surgery
Co-director, the Heart
Center
612-625-3902
[email protected]
i n T e s T i n e Tr a n s P l a n T P r o v i d e r s
Srinath Chinnakotla, M.D.
transplant Surgeon
Clinical director, Pediatric
transplant Program
612-625-3373
[email protected]
Marie Cook, C.N.P., M.P.H.,
R.N., C.C.T.C.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
612-625-5115
800-328-5465
[email protected]
Nissa Erickson, M.D.
Pediatric Gastroenterologist
and Hepatologist
Medical director, Pediatric
liver transplant Program
612-624-1133
[email protected]
William Payne, M.D.
transplant Surgeon
612-625-5151
[email protected]
Timothy Pruett, M.D.
transplant Surgeon
Chief, division of
transplantation
612-626-7282
[email protected]
Sarah Jane Schwarzenberg,
M.D.
Pediatric Gastroenterologist
and Hepatologist
director, division of
Pediatric Gastroenterology,
Hepatology and Nutrition
612-624-1133
[email protected]
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Pa n C r e a T e C T o m y
Gregory Beilman, M.D.
General Surgeon
612-624-0665
[email protected]
Sarah Jane Schwarzenberg,
M.D.
Pediatric Gastroenterologist
and Hepatologist
director, division of
Pediatric Gastroenterology,
Hepatology and Nutrition
and
i s l e T a U T o - Tr a n s P l a n T P r o v i d e r s
Melena Bellin, M.D.
Pediatric Endocrinologist
(Diabetes and
Endocrinology)
Srinath Chinnakotla, M.D.
transplant Surgeon
Clinical director, Pediatric
transplant Program
612-624-5409
[email protected]
612-625-3373
[email protected]
Marie Cook, C.N.P.,
M.P.H., R.N., C.C.T.C.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
612-625-5115 or
800-328-5465
[email protected]
Ty Dunn, M.D.
transplant Surgeon
612-625-4758
[email protected]
David Sutherland, M.D.
transplant Surgeon
612-625-5609
[email protected]
612-624-1133
[email protected]
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tR AUM A SERVICES
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
the trauma Services team at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital
To admit a patient:
612-672-7575
offers a spectrum of definitive trauma care including treatment for orthopaedic injuries,
University of Minnesota
Amplatz Children’s Hospital
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 5545
workers, Child-Family life specialists, therapists and support staff work together to
A pediatric-only emergency department
is located on the west side of the
children’s hospital and can be accessed
from 24th Avenue.
has more than 50 pediatric specialties, and children with traumatic injuries are cared
water accidents, bicycle collisions and domestic violence. Our surgeons, nurses, social
provide care to infants and children of all ages.
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital is the only facility in the state that
for by nurses who specialize in trauma care.
We provide specialty care
for (but not limited to):
• Athletic injuries
• Eye injuries
• Fractures and dislocations
• Foreign bodies
• Head and spine injuries
• Heat and cold injuries
and exposure (except
major burns)
• Maxillofacial and
dental injuries
• Near drowning
• Suspected child abuse
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• trauma or injuries that
result from motor-vehicle
crashes, child abuse,
disasters, falls, stabs
and gunshot wounds
• Fully integrated childabuse program
• Intensive care
• Maxillofacial and
plastic surgery
Additional Programs
and Services
At University of
Minnesota Amplatz
Children’s Hospital,
our pediatric trauma
service has world-class
resources to care for
seriously injured pediatric
patients. In each specialty,
we offer the full scope of
pediatric care including
but not limited to:
• Anesthesiology
• Emergency medicine
• Neurosurgery
• Ophthalmology
• Oral surgery
• Orthopaedic surgery
• Otolaryngology
• Radiology
• Rehabilitation
• Surgery
• Urology
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Pr ov i d e r s
A. Noelle Larson, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
(Pediatric Spine, Hip,
Fracture Care)
612-899--9323
[email protected]
Robert D. Acton, M.D.
Pediatric Surgeon
Denis Clohisy, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
612-626-4214
[email protected]
612-273-1177
[email protected]
Ronald Furnival, M.D.
Pediatric Emergency
Medicine Physician
director, division of
Pediatric Emergency
Medicine
(Pediatric Pre-Hospital Care)
Stephen Haines, M.D.
Pediatric Neurosurgeon
612-626-5767
[email protected]
612-625-6740
[email protected]
Tom Hellmich, M.D.
Pediatric Emergency
Medicine Physician
612-625-6678
[email protected]
Jeffrey Louie, M.D.
Pediatric Emergency
Medicine Physician
612-625-6678
[email protected]
Marissa Hendrickson, M.D.
Pediatric Emergency
Medicine Physician
(Quality, Performance
Measurement)
612-625-6678
[email protected]
Fernando Pena, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
612-273-8000
[email protected]
Donavon Hess, M.D., Ph.D.,
M.B.A.
Pediatric Surgeon
Pediatric trauma Medical
director
(Food Insecurity)
612-626-4214
[email protected]
Mark G. Roback, M.D.
Pediatric Emergency
Medicine Physician
director, division of
Pediatric Emergency
Medicine
(Resuscitation, Procedural
Sedation and Analgesia)
Anupam Kharbanda,
M.D., M.S.
Pediatric Emergency
Medicine Physician
Research director
(Acute Abdominal Pain,
Pediatric Appendicitis,
Pediatric Trauma)
612-625-6678
[email protected]
Neil Kooy, M.D.
Pediatric Critical Care
Physician
director, Pediatric Critical
Care and Pediatric
Sedation Services
612-626-2970
[email protected]
Daniel Saltzman, M.D., Ph.D.
Pediatric Surgeon
director, Pediatric Surgery
612-626-4214
[email protected]
612-625-6678
[email protected]
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U RO lO Gy
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital provides a variety of
General Information
612-365-6777
treatments for children with urologic conditions ranging from urinary-tract
Pediatric Specialty Care
Discovery Clinic
2512 Building, third Floor
2512 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
Specialty Clinic for Children
Suite 372
303 E. Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337
952-892-2910
Fairview Maple Grove
Medical Center
14500 99th Ave. N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369
763-898-1000
infections to complex congenital conditions. Our team has special expertise
in hypospadias, urinary obstruction, urine reflux, renal stones and voiding
dysfunction. they also participate in the only multidisciplinary center in the
region providing comprehensive care for children with disorders of sexual
differentiation (page 28).
Physicians at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital are
leaders in minimally invasive (laparoscopic and endoscopic) surgery
and were the first in the Upper Midwest to perform robotic assisted
laparoscopic urologic surgery on a pediatric patient. this technology
allows patients to have major renal and pelvic reconstructive surgery
through tiny incisions, which can result in a more rapid recovery.
University of Minnesota Physicians
Pediatric Specialty Clinic - St. Paul
Nasseff Specialty Center
Suite 504
225 N. Smith Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55102
651-265-7575
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We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
• Urachal anomalies
In-utero
• Urinary-tract stones
• Complex urinary-tract anomalies
• Antenatal hydronephrosis
• Vesicoureteral reflux
• duplication anomalies
• Urinary-tract infections
Genitalia
• Urologic cancers
• Hydrocele/Hernia
• Voiding dysfunction
• Multicystic kidney
• Ureterocele
• Hypospadias/Epispadias
Bladder
Kidney
• Intersex/Ambiguous genitalia
• Bladder/Cloacal exstrophy
• Hydronephrosis
• testicular tumors
• Incontinence
• duplication anomalies
• Undescended testis
• Neurogenic bladder
• tumors
• Vaginoplasty
• Posterior urethral valves
• trauma
• Hypospadias
• Recurrent urinary-tract infections
• UPJ obstruction
• Exstrophy
• tumors/cystitis
• Urinary incontinence
Additional programs and services:
• Minimally invasive
laparoscopic procedures
• Reconstruction of complex
genitourinary anomalies
Pr ov i d e r s
Anne Boisclair-Fahey, D.N.P.,
C.P.N.P., R.N.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
612-626-8403
[email protected]
Jane Lewis, M.D.
Pediatric Urologist
612-625-9117
[email protected]
Aseem Shukla, M.D., F.A.A.P.
Pediatric Urologist
director, Pediatric Urology
612-625-9117
[email protected]
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WEIGHt M ANAGEMENt PROGR A M
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Many of the health problems that affect adults, such as diabetes, high blood
Pediatric Specialty Care
Discovery Clinic
2512 Building, third Floor
2512 S. Seventh St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-365-6777
pressure, stroke and heart disease often begin in childhood and relate to
University of Minnesota Physicians
Pediatric Specialty Clinic – St. Paul
Nasseff Specialty Clinic
Suite 504
225 N. Smith Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55102
651-265-7575
Our weight-management team helps patients make steady progress that can
obesity. the Weight Management Program at University of Minnesota Amplatz
Children’s Hospital helps children achieve healthier lifestyles by helping them
address the medical, nutritional and emotional issues that relate to their weight.
lead to healthy patterns. We encourage patients to make small, positive
steps such as increasing activity and eating healthy foods — goals that help
them achieve a healthy weight and create healthy, lifelong patterns.
Specialty Clinic for Children
Suite 372
303 E. Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337
952-892-2910
Fairview Maple Grove
Medical Center
14500 99th Ave. N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369
763-398-1000
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We provide specialty care for
(but not limited to):
Additional programs and services:
• Emotional problems that relate
to obesity
• Behavioral and psychological
counseling
• Medical conditions resulting
from obesity
• Information and counseling
related to bariatric surgery
• Obesity issues
• Medication (depending on
the child’s age and needs) to
support weight loss and/or treat
obesity related conditions
• Assessment and treatment planning
• Referral assistance to other
specialties (including cardiology,
endocrinology, nephrology
and sleep medicine)
• Nutrition and activity
education/support
Pr ov i d e r s
Christopher Boys, Ph.D., L.P.
Pediatric Neuropsychologist
(Cystic Fibrosis,
Metabolic Disorders,
Neurodevelopment
Disorders)
Claudia Fox, M.D., M.P.H.
Pediatric Gastroenterology
and Hepatologist
(Obesity, Preventive
Cardiology, Weight
Management)
612-624-9910
[email protected]
612-624-1133
[email protected]
Angela Fitch, M.D.
Pediatrician
(Pediatrics, Weight
Management)
Gina Parolini, R.D., L.D.,
Registered dietitian
(Weight Management,
GI Disorders)
952.892.2910
[email protected]
612-273-5543
[email protected]
Sarah Jane Schwarzenberg,
M.D.
Pediatric Gastroenterologist
and Hepatologist
director, division of
Pediatric Gastroenterology,
Hepatology and Nutrition
(Cystic Fibrosis, Liver
Disease, Obesity)
612-624-1133
[email protected]
b a r i a T r i C Pr ov i d e r s
Sayeed Ikramuddin, M.D.
General Surgeon
(Bariatric and Minimally
Invasive Surgery)
director, Gastrointestinal
Surgery
Co-director, Center of
Minimally Invasive Surgery
(Minimally Invasive Surgery,
Pediatric Bariatric Surgery)
Daniel Leslie, M.D.
General Surgeon
(Minimally Invasive Surgery,
Pediatric Bariatric Surgery)
612-625-8446
[email protected]
612-625-8446
[email protected]
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SUPPORt SERVICES
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
• Anesthesiology
• Bioethics
• Child-Family life Services
• Epidemiology and Clinical Research
• Hospitalist Program
• laboratory Medicine and Pathology
• Spiritual Health Services
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AN EStH ESI O lO Gy
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Anesthesiologists at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital provide pre- and
General Information
612-624-9990
post-operative anesthesiology services to pediatric and adolescent patients. they also provide
University of Minnesota
Amplatz Children’s Hospital
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
intraoperative anesthesiology services.
Our anesthesiologists work closely with our Child-Family life specialists to prepare children
who are having surgery — requiring anesthesia — for their procedures.
Additional programs and services:
• Evaluation of complex medical problems in infants and children who require surgery
• Before and after surgery planning and care
• Pain control after surgery (with intravenous medications or other anesthetic techniques)
• Anesthesia and sedation for non-operating room procedures such as MRI and Ct scans,
radiation therapy and respiratory and airway management
Pr ov i d e r s
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Ioanna Apostolidou, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
David Beebe, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Kumar Belani, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-0180
[email protected]
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Pr ov i d e r s
Elif Cingi, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Richard Cochrane, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Barbara Gold, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Jason Johnson, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Douglas Koehntop, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
Mojca Konia, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Tom Laberge, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Mike Loushin, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Allison Lozano, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Kris Marvin, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
Allen Miranda, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Paul Molinari, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Susanne Rupert, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Rajbir Sarpal, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Mike Schmitt, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
Mark Stuckey, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Michael Sweeney, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
Henryk Swica, M.D.
Anesthesiologist
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
612-624-9990
[email protected]
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BIOEtHICS
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Many health-care issues involve difficult decisions for patients, families and
24-Hour Pager
612-899-9945
practitioners. the Ethics Consult Service at University of Minnesota Amplatz
University of Minnesota Amplatz
Children’s Hospital
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Children’s Hospital is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to assist
individuals with decision making. Consults are provided by members of the Ethics
Committee who are experts in clinical ethics.
Programs and services:
• Consultation on:
- Privacy and confidentiality
- Communication and disclosure
- Informed consent
- Research
- Conflict of interest
- treatment refusals
- Experimental treatments
- End-of-life decisions
• Consultations with providers
• Counseling for patients and families
• Information and education on bioethics
• Mediation
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C H I l d - FA M I ly l I F E S E R V I C E S
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Child-Family life services at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital
Contact/Location Information
provides services and programs designed to make patients’ and families’ health-
General
Phone: 612-273-3124
Fax: 612-273-3130
care experiences less stressful. through child-appropriate activities and therapeutic
play, our nationally-certified Child-Family life specialists help children — infants
through teens — and their families better understand the child’s illness or injury
and their medical treatments. Our specialists help children and families adapt and
cope with fears or concerns, and help foster the child’s growth and development.
Child-Family Life Services
MB225
2450 Riverside Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
[email protected]
Child-Family life specialists also help patients’ siblings understand the medical
environment and help families with death, dying and bereavement issues.
Programs and services:
• Preparation, teaching and therapeutic play to help patients understand their healthcare treatments
• Individual and group activities to reduce stress, increase socialization and promote
growth and development
• learning opportunities for parents on how to support their child and/or teen
during illness and hospitalization, including siblings
• Children’s Preparation Program — supportive preparation services to help families
prepare for the medical environment
• live interactive television shows, teen spaces and activity programming
• Play spaces and activity programs for children and familiies
• Events with special guests and fun activities
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EPI d EM I O lO Gy AN d
ClINICAl RESEARCH
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
Pediatric epidemiologists at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital study
General Information
612-626-2902
the causes and prevention of childhood diseases. Our research aims to understand
why children get certain diseases and to minimize negative effects of treatments.
the pediatric epidemiology experts at the University of Minnesota
are an integral part of pediatric treatment and research at University
of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital, in the areas of population
and clinical sciences, genetics and molecular biology.
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researChers
Aaron Kelly, Ph.D.
Exercise Physiologist
Simona Ognjanovic, Ph.D.
Molecular Biologist
Jenny Poynter, Ph.D.
Genetic Epidemiologist
612-624-3492
[email protected]
612-626-7635
[email protected]
612-625-4232
[email protected]
Julie Ross, Ph.D.
Molecular and Genetic
Epidemiologist
director, division of
Pediatric Epidemiology and
Clinical Research
Logan Spector, Ph.D.
Genetic Epidemiologist
612-624-3912
[email protected]
612-626-2902
[email protected]
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H O S P I tA l I S t P RO G R A M
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital created an inpatient
pediatric hospitalist program — the first of its kind in the twin Cities —
knowing the importance of continuity of care. the pediatric hospitalist team
provides all aspects of patient care, from admission to discharge, as well as
teaching, research and administrative responsibilities. Hospitalists manage
and coordinate the entire inpatient care experience including working closely
with the patient’s primary care physicians and/or specialists involved.
Programs and services:
• Convenient, 24/7 access to more than 50 pediatric specialties
at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital
• Single referral and consultation access phone number, 888-KIdS-UMN
(888-543-7866), staffed by patient-access specialists,
24 hours a day, seven days a week
• timely, ongoing communication with patients’ primary-care
providers after admission and initial evaluation, as well as
during patients’ hospital stays and upon discharge
• Collaborative care between University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s
Hospital physicians and referring providers — with a shared goal of returning
patients back to their primary-care providers for ongoing care and treatment
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Pr ov i d e r s
John Andrews, M.D.
Pediatric Residency
Program director
Associate Head
for Education
Pediatrician and Hospitalist
(Pediatrics, Medical
Education)
Emily Borman-Shoap, M.D.
Associate director, Pediatric
Residency Program
(Pediatrics, Medical
Education)
David Hanson, M.D.
Pediatrician and Hospitalist
(Pediatrics)
[email protected]
612-672-2350
[email protected]
612-624-4477
[email protected]
Cynthia Howard, M.D.,
M.P.H.T.M.
Pediatric Hospitalist
Associate director, Center
for Global Pediatrics
director, International
Adoption Medicine
Program and Clinic
(Adoption Medicine,
Global Pediatrics, General
Pediatrics)
Abraham (Abe) Jacob, M.D.
Pediatric Hospitalist
Pediatrician and Internist
director, Pediatric
Hospitalist Program
612-626-2998
[email protected]
612-626-1980
[email protected]
Michael Kim, M.D.
Pediatrician and Internist
(Adolescent Health,
Pediatrics)
612-626-1980
[email protected]
Mumtaz (Taj) Mustapha,
M.D.
Pediatrician and Internist
(Adolescent Medicine,
Medical Education,
Transition to Adult
Medicine)
612-626-6403
[email protected]
Nimi Singh, M.D., M.P.H.
Pediatric and Adolescent
Health Physician
director, division of
Adolescent Health
and Medicine
(Anxiety, Depression and
Eating Disorders)
612-672-2350
[email protected]
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l A B O R AtO Ry M E d I C I N E
A N d PAt H O lO G y
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
Contact/Location Information
the University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital laboratories are located on the
Outpatient Collection Hours
and Locations
Monday – Friday,
7 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
East and West banks of the University of Minnesota campus, and include a network of
West Bank
First Floor, West Building
2312 S. Sixth St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-273-6135
Laboratories
Acute Care (West Bank)
612-273-6135
East Bank
Phillips-Wangensteen Building
First Floor, Clinic 1B
516 delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612-626-5502
Laboratory Guide
test information — including
availability, specimen requirements
and test prices — is available on
the Web at labguide.fairview.org.
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laboratories. to meet the needs of our pediatric patients, our laboratory specialists are
trained in pediatric blood collection.
Acute Care
(East Bank)
612-273-3336
Apheresis/donor Center
612-273-2806
Biochemical Genetics
612-273-5059
Cell Processing/Cell
therapy
612-625-8204
Coagulation, Special
612-273-4797
Cytogenetics
612-273-3171
Cytology
(East Bank)
612-273-5920
Immunophenotyping
and Flow Cytometry
612-273-5248
Microbiology
612-273-3665
drug Analysis
612-273-5838
Molecular diagnostics
612-273-8445
Hematopathology
(East Bank)
612-273-7777
Pathology
(East Bank)
612-273-5920
Histology (West Bank)
612-273-4022
Protein/Endocrine
612-273-3454
Immunology/
Histocompatibility
612-273-3100
Virology
612-273-5195
Pediatric Laboratories
PICU (staffed
24 hours a day)
Pager: 612-893-8851
NICU (staffed
24 hours a day)
Pager: 612-893-8851
me d i C a l di re C T o r s
Anthony Killeen, M.D.,
Ph.D., FCAD
Clinical Pathologist
(Laboratory Quality,
Hypertension, Renal
Disease)
612-625-5443
[email protected]
J. Carlos Manivel, M.D.
Anatomic Pathologist
612-273-5848
[email protected]
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S P I R I t UA l H E A lt H S E RV I C ES
24-hour consultations
and admissions:
888-KIDS-UMN
(888-543-7866)
the Spiritual Health Services team at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s
Contact/Location Information
Hospital offers spiritual and emotional support to patients and their families —
Mayo Building
B351
420 delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612-273-6455
from all faith traditions and practices — that are undergoing health-care challenges.
the team provides guidance and is available to listen and be a caring presence.
they also help coordinate leaders from patients’ faith traditions.
Additional programs and services:
• Chaplaincy Services (24 hours a day/seven days a week)
• Prayer, blessing, ritual and sacrament services
• Assistance with ethical decision making
• Inspirational and education resources
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Walnut St SE
Union St SE
Church St SE
Pleasant St SE
West Bank
University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview and
University of Minnesota
Amplatz
Children’s
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We recommend that you take the routes highlighted in gold when coming to our hospitals and clinics.
Driving directions are on the back of this map.
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Fairview Pharmacy
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Riverside Professional
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Riverside
Park Plaza
701 25th Ave S
606 24th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
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Riverside Park
Plaza Building
8th St S
701 25th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Orthopaedic/Rehabilitation
Building
Riverside
Ave Exit
25th Ave
Exit
9th St S
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Franklin Ave E
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2414 7th St. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Riverside Prof. 2450 Riverside Ave
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Health Partners
Riverside Clinic
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22nd Ave S
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Ontario St SE
East
Oak St SE
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North Building
2512 S. 7th St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
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Directions to the West Bank
From the North:
1. TakeI-35WsouthtoHighway280.
FollowHighway280southtoI-94W.
2. TakeI-94WtotheRiversideAvenueexit.
TurnrightandfollowRiversideAvenueforthreeblocks.
3. Turnrighton23rdAvenueSouth.
4. Turnrightimmediatelyonto6thStreet.
ThePatient/Visitorparkingrampwillbeonyourright.
From the South:
1. TakeI-35WnorthtoI-94E.
2. TakeI-94Etothe25thAvenueexit.
3. TurnleftandproceedoneblocktoRiversideAvenue.
4. TurnleftontoRiversideAvenueandproceedtwoblocks.
5. Turnrightonto23rdAvenueSouth.
6. Turnrightimmediatelyonto6thStreet.
ThePatient/Visitorparkingrampwillbeonyourright.
From the East:
1. TakeI-94WtotheRiversideAvenueexit.
2. TurnrightandfollowRiversideAvenueforthreeblocks.
3. Turnrightonto23rdAvenueSouth.
4. Turnrightimmediatelyonto6thStreet.
ThePatient/Visitorparkingrampwillbeonyourright.
From the West:
1. TakeI-94Etothe25thAvenueexit.
2. TurnleftandproceedoneblocktoRiversideAvenue.
3. TurnleftontoRiversideAvenueandproceedtwoblocks.
4. Turnrightonto23rdAvenueSouth.
5. Turnrightimmediatelyonto6thStreet.
ThePatient/Visitorparkingrampwillbeonyourright.
Please check our Web sites for more details
on valet parking and other visit information.
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Acton, Robert D. 103, 109
Adams, Julie 81
Adams, Kathryn 21
Agarwal, Indu 73
Allen, Shanna 11
Ameduri, Rebecca K. 55, 106
Anderson, Gary 25
Anderson, Jill 79
Anderson, Richard 65
Andrews, John 49, 123
Anjum, Afshan 89
Apostolidou, Ioanna 116
Arendt, Elizabeth A. 81
August, Gerald J. 9
Aylward, Mike 49
Carlstrom, Jane 25
Charry, Orlando 85
Chavers, Blanche 75, 105
Cheng, Edward Y. 81
Chinnakotla, Srinath 105, 106, 107
Cho, L. Chinsoo 95
Choudry, Umar 87
Christensen, Marie 25
Chun, Karl 49
Cingi, Elif 117
Claar, Melissa 59
Clohisy, Denis 81, 109
Cochrane, Richard 117
Conrad, Heather 25
Cook, Marie 105, 106, 107
Cullen, Kathryn 15, 89
Cunningham, Bruce 87
Gale, Cheryl 73
George, Caroline 31, 55
George, Thomas 73
Georgieff, Michael 73
Gold, Barbara 117
Goldman, Deborah 47, 67
Golnik, Allison 49
Gonzales, Sheila 97
Gourley, Glenn 47, 67
Greenberg, Jessica 21, 69
Grittner, Jessica 97
Groth, David 35
Gruenstein, Daniel 55
Guiang, Sixto 73
Gupta, Sameer 31, 55
Kang, Judith Eckerle 5
Kaplan, Edward 55, 65
Kaplan, Rich 22, 49
Karachunski, Peter 77
Kashtan, Clifford 75, 105
Katz, Avi 75, 105
Keil-Day, Janis 17
Kelly, Aaron 121
Khan, Mindi 56
Kharbanda, Anupam 41, 109
Killeen, Anthony 124
Kim, Michael 50, 123
Kim, Youngki 75
King, Erika 11
Kochilas, Lazaros 56
Koehntop, Douglas 117
Kohen, Daniel 37, 50, 71
Kohtz, Allison 11
Konia, Mojca 117
Kooy, Neil 31, 56, 109
Kroupina, Maria 5
Kumra, Sanjiv 89
Kunin-Batson, Alicia 77
B
Barnes, Andrew J. 37, 49, 71
Bass, John 55
Beebe, David 116
Beilman, Gregory 107
Beiraghi, Soraya 25
Belani, Kiran 65
Belani, Kumar 63, 116
Belgrade, Miles 85
Bellin, Melena 43, 107
Bendel, Catherine 73
Benson, Bradley 49
Bentler, Kristi 53
Berg, Dianne 29
Bernstein, Gail 89
Berry, Susan 53
Binstadt, Bryce 25, 99
Blazar, Bruce 21
Bloomquist, Michael 9, 89
Blumenthal, Malcolm 7
Bock, Jenny 27
Bockting, Walter 29
Boisclair-Fahey, Anne 29, 111
Bonadio, William 41
Borman-Shoap, Emily 49, 123
Borowsky, Iris 49
Bothun, Erick 79
Bower, Matt 69
Boys, Christopher 11, 44, 49, 90,
113
Braman, Jonathan 81
Braunlin, Elizabeth 55, 106
Brechon, Michelle 17
Bresnahan, Megan 97
Brottman, Gail 7, 93
Brudney, Jim 97
Bryant III, Roosevelt 55, 106
Buckley, Marie-Claire 87
Burke, Michael 59
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Dahlheimer, Tambra 59
Dahl, Jodell 59
Dailey, Janelle 49
Darnell, Suzanne 18
Davis, William 15
De Becker, Inge 79
De Felippe, Nanci 25
deManivel, Kathleen 35
de Melo, Anna 79
Dentz, Mary 21
Dietz Jr., Charles 63
Dorostkar, Parvin 55
Drake, Erica 21
Dunnigan, Ann 55
Dunn, Ty 105, 107
Dusenbery, Kathryn 95
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Eads, John 17
Eckhardt, Elizabeth 17
Eide, Kathleen 18
Eilers, Meg 69
Elsbecker, Sara 53
Endrizzi, Bart 35
Erickson, Nissa 47, 67, 106
Esler, Amy 13, 77
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Fahim, Nancy 73
Ferrello, Melissa 11
Ferrieri, Patricia 65
Finger, Erik 105
Fitch, Angela 113
Forster Page, Ann 18
Fox, Claudia 113
French, Rebecca 18
Friedman, Barbara 11
Frohnert, Brigitte 43
Furnival, Ronald 41, 109
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Haines, Stephen 25, 77, 109
Hamlar, David D. 25, 83
Han, Jin-Young 65
Hanlon, Melanie 103
Hanson, David 49, 123
Harrison, Alicia 81
Harrison, Andrew 25
Heggie, Pamela 49
Hellmich, Tom 41, 109
Hendrickson, Marissa 41, 109
Hess, Donavon 103, 109
Hoffman, Samantha 18
Hoggard, Eric 63
Hogue, Kathy 79
Holmes, H. Spencer 35
Holm, Tara 63
Hook, Kristen 35
Hordinsky, Maria 35
Howard, Cynthia 5, 49, 123
Hoyt, Laura 65
Huang, Tina 11, 83
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Ikramuddin, Sayeed 113
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Jacob, Abraham (Abe) 49, 123
Jacobsen, Susan 97
Janoski, Elizabeth 69
Jensen, Jonathan 15, 89
John, Chandy 65
Johnson, Dana 5, 73
Johnson, Jason 117
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Laberge, Tom 63, 117
Lacey, Martin 25
Laguna, Terri A. 33, 93
Lam, Cornelius 77
Landers, Daniel 69
Larson, A. Noelle 81, 109
Larson, Brent E. 25
Larson, Katie 97
Lee, Chung 95
Lee, Jill 59
Lee, Peter 35
Leslie, Daniel 113
Levine, Samuel 83
Lewis, Jane 29, 111
Lindquist, Kathryn 18
Lipsitz, Emily 59
Lohr, Jamie 25, 56
Loney, Felicia 27
Looman, Wendy 25
Loomis, Ashley 31, 56
Lorentz, Cindy Pham 29, 53
Louie, Jeffrey 41, 109
Loushin, Mike 117
Lozano, Allison 117
Lund, Troy 21
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MacDonald, John 77
Maciej, Alexis 59
MacMillan, Margaret 21
Mahoney, Mary 18
Makinen, Lindsay 27
Manivel, J. Carlos 124
Manning, Steven 89
Markowitz, Dorothy 27
Maroushek, Stacene 65
Martin, Edward (Chip) 56
Marvin, Kris 117
Matas, Arthur 105
Mauer, Michael 75, 105
McCormick, Kelly 27
McCullough, Kristen 17
McKay, Carolyn 50
McMenimen, Karen 17
Megas, Ann 17
Merrill, Kim 79
Metz, Paul 21
Meyer, Abby 83
Midelfort, H. Berit 15
Miller, Bradley 25, 43
Miller, Weston 21
Miranda, Allen 117
Mixon, Cathy 97
Moertel, Christopher 59
Molinari, Paul 117
Moller, James 56
Moran, Antoinette 43
Morgan, Patrick 81
Morris, Patrick 81
Mulrooney, Daniel 59
Murray, Katherine (Betsy) 37, 50,
71
Mustapha, Mumtaz (Taj) 50, 123
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Nagel, David 17
Najera, Lydia 75, 105
Nascene, David 63
Nathan, Brandon 43
Neerland, Carrie 18
Neglia, Joseph 59
Nevins, Thomas 75, 105
Nixon, L. James 50
Nyholm, Jessica 69
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Oberg, Sara 11
Oberstar, Joel 89
Oblander, Melisa 11
Ogilvie, Christian 81
Ognjanovic, Simona 121
Olson, Amanda 17
Olson, Elisabeth 97
Orchard, Paul 21
Ou-Yang, Louise 17
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Panopoulas, Georgia 85
Parolini, Gina 27, 47, 113
Payne, William 105, 106
Pena, Fernando 81, 109
Percy, Jennifer 17
Peterson, Suzy 15
Petryk, Anna 43
Polgreen, Lynda 43
Polly, David 81
Potegal, Michael 77
Powers, Amy 33
Poynter, Jenny 121
Prawer, Steven 35
Prosen, Tracy 69
Pruett, Timothy 105, 106
Pukite, Mary 18
Putnam, Matthew 81
Pyles, Lee 56
Pylipow, Mary 73
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Ramel, Sara 73
Ramin, Kirk 69
Ramsey, Jennifer 17
Rao, Raghavendra 73
Rauk, Phillip 69
Realmuto, George 9, 89
Redlinger-Grosse, Krista 53
Regelmann, Warren 33, 93
Reiff, Michael 13, 37, 77
Reinisch, Deb 18
Remafedi, Gary 2, 39
Reynolds, Margaret 95
Rheault, Michelle 75, 105
Rimell, Frank 11, 83
Roback, Mark G. 41, 109
Roberts, Kari 73
Ross, Julie 121
Rothman, Steven 77
Rubin, Karol 25, 53, 69
Rumsey, Robin 13, 77
Rupert, Susanne 117
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Saltzman, Daniel 103, 109
Sandeen, Jill 17
Santos, Edward 81
Sarafoglou, Kyriakie 29, 43, 53
Sarpal, Rajbir 117
Satran, Leon 50
Sauter, Carrie 18
Scal, Peter 50
Schifsky, Holly 97
Schimmenti, Lisa 11, 25, 53
Schissel, Kathy 27
Schleiss, Mark 65
Schmitt, Mike 117
Schoonveld, Cheri 53, 69, 83
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Schuster, Joseph 81
Schwarzenberg, Sarah Jane 47, 67,
106, 107, 113
Schweiss, Sara 97
Seidel, F. Glen 63
Seiler, Julie 50
Sembrano, Jonathan 81
Semmler, Shanna 97
Sesma, Heather 25, 77
Shannon, Robin 47, 67
Shapiro, Elsa 77
Sharon, Bazak 65
Shepard, Charles 56
Shukla, Aseem 29, 111
Sick, Brian 50
Singh, Nimi 2, 13, 50, 123
Sivanandam, Shanthi 56, 69
Smith, Angela 21
Somani, Arif 31, 56
Spector, Logan 121
Stefanski, Heather 21
Steinberger, Julia 56
Steiner, Marie 31, 56, 59
Stepka, Erin 73
St. Louis, James 56, 106
Stovitz, Steve 81
Strachan, Michele 37, 71
Stuckey, Mark 117
Sudel, Boris 47, 67
Summers, C. Gail 79
Super, Jenni 27
Sutherland, David 105, 107
Sweeney, Michael 63, 117
Swica, Henryk 117
Swift, James 25
Szondy, Margaret 18
Wagner, John 21
Waller, Nancy 50
Ward, Jennifer 11
Ward, Kate 97
Way, Sing Sing 65
Weigel, Brenda 59
Whitley, Chester 53
Williams, Preston 18, 69
Wolterstorff, Jessica 97
Wozniak, Jeffrey 89
Wulff, Judy 25
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Yamamura, Yasuko 69
Yuan, Jianling 95
Yungerberg, Jill 17
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Ziegler, Richard 77
Zierhut, Heather 21
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Tambyraja, Rabindra 25, 89
Terrell, Carrie Ann 18, 29
Thomasson, Deanna 21
Thompson, Theodore 73
Thurmes, Anna 25
Tolar, Jakub 21
Tomczyk, Carlye 33, 93
Travis, Marsha 18
Turner, Linda 17
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Van Heest, Ann 81
Vehe, Richard 25, 99
Verghese, Priya 75, 105
Verneris, Michael 21
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PROVIdER
CO M M U N I C At I O N
At University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital, we take tremendous
pride in collaborating with our referring providers on patient care. We believe
that communication is essential to the success of our partner relationships and
have developed tactics to give you information that is pertinent to your patients
and practice.
Provider Passport
We offer Provider Passport, a quarterly print and
online communications tool that offers information
— many of it directly from our physicians —
about medical conditions that we treat as well as
information on when your patients might
need to see one of our specialists; we offer more
than 50 pediatric specialties. As well, Provider
Passport gives details about new providers,
physician-education opportunities, and researchrelated topics.
Smartphone
Application
Our Web-based smartphone
application gives providers
quick and easy access to
Provider Passport, our online
communication and resource
tool, as well as direct access to
the Amplatz directory of Services
— filled with information about
our more than 50 pediatric
specialties. the application also
includes a pediatric dosage
calculator for providers to use.
Find us on:
Provider Passport
Online resource tool for health-care
professionals to learn about services
at University of Minnesota
Amplatz Children’s Hospital
the print version of Provider Passport gives
condensed versions of articles. If you are interested
in reading the full version, you can view it online
at amplatzpassport.org. On the Web site, you can
also opt to receive the print component by e-mail at amplatzpassport.org/signup.