Amplatz Children’s Hospital – University of Minnesota

Address: 2450 Riverside Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Phone: (855) 267-5289 Website:


Located on the west bank of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis and affiliated with the University of Minnesota Medical School, University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital provides a broad spectrum of pediatric programs. Our services range from pediatric general surgery, imaging and neonatal and pediatric intensive care to cardiac and oncology services and blood and marrow and organ transplantation.
The hospital also is home to Minnesota’s only children's behavioral inpatient unit and programming exclusively devoted to children ages 12 and younger.  University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital features one of the three largest kidney transplant programs in the world specializing in infants and small children
Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Clinics
717 Delaware Street, SE, Suite 371
Minneapolis, MN  55414
Phone: (612) 625-4260
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 in developmental and behavioral pediatrics 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 child’s family — that can ensure the best possible future for the child.
University of Minnesota Pediatric Neurological Care
Explorer Clinic
Pediatric Specialty Care
East Building, Twelve Floor
2450 Riverside Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55454
Phone: (888) 365-6777
Experts in neurology, neurosurgery and neuropsychology at University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital specialize in diagnosing and treating 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 innovative treatment options while conducting award-winning brain-tumor research
Emergency Medicine: (612) 365-9110

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