Kids Health Matters
On January 5, Amer and his son Ismail, 4, were out sledding on the hill just minutes from their home in St. Louis Park. It was a small hill, but there were a few trees at the bottom. On Ismail's final run of the day, what began as a fun outing turned into any parent's nightmare.
February 17, 2021
Brain Injury and Concussion
Safe Winter Fun During COVID-19
Even in a normal year, the winter months can present challenges when it comes to getting out and staying active. In a time when many would be transitioning to doing more activities indoors, the COVID-19 pandemic has introduced additional challenges. However, there are still many ways to stay active and have fun this winter.
January 13, 2021
Child and Family Services
How to Celebrate and Enjoy Halloween Safely in 2020
Halloween is quickly approaching and in a more normal year than this one, October would be a time for celebration, great costumes, trick-or-treating and hopefully, no early snowstorms or infamous blizzards. Everything is weird right now, but that doesn’t mean that time stops. Halloween can still happen. It can still be fun, but to be safe it should happen differently this year.
October 20, 2020
Safe, Open and Ready to Help
Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare is essential to those we serve and we’re ready to help while taking precautions to make sure you, your child and our staff are as safe as possible. Timely and safe medical care is crucial for patients with rare, complex and traumatic conditions.
July 9, 2020
Safety and Wellness
Gillette is Ready to Provide Safe Care to Families
Gillette staff members are taking every precaution to keep kids and families safe. Learn more about their personal protective equipment and why each piece is important.
May 19, 2020
COVID-19: Tips on Prevention
You’ve likely been hearing quite a bit about COVID-19—or coronavirus—in the news lately. Our medical staff at Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare wants to help our patients and families better understand COVID-19 and how to stay healthy and prevent the spread of the illness.
March 6, 2020