Children’s Hospital and Clinics of Minnesota

Address: 345 N. Smith Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55102
Phone: (612) 813-6000 Website:

Serving as Minnesota's Children’s Hospital since 1924, Children's Hospital of Minnesota provides 340 staffed beds at two hospital campuses in St. Paul and Minneapolis. An independent, not-for-profit health care system, Children’s provides care through more than 12,000 inpatient visits and more than 200,000 emergency room and other outpatient visits each year. 
Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota is committed to provide the best care possible, working together in the best interest of the child. This collaborative partnership is the foundation of the care we provide. 


Children's Hospital of Minnesota –  Minneapolis
2525 Chicago Avenue South
Minneapolis  MN  55404
Phone: 612-813-6000
Children's Hospital – St. Paul
345 N. Smith Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55102
Phone: (651) 220-6000
Children's Hospital – Minnetonka
Developmental and Rehabilitation Services
5950 Clearwater Drive
Minnetonka, MN  55343
Phone: (952) 930-8630
Outpatient Surgery, Radiology, Diagnostics: (952) 930-8500
We serve the community’s children as a superior, pediatric specialty health care center. We provide a continuum of diagnostic and therapeutic services and family-centered care. We accomplish this through our professionals and volunteers who are dedicated to bringing excellence and innovation to the health care of children.
Children's – Minnetonka provides state-of-the art, compassionate outpatient care. Staff believes that involving the entire family in the child’s health care experience makes it easier and more comfortable for both the patient and the family.  The Staff at Children's – Minnetonka take the time to answer every question, explain every procedure, and anticipate your family's needs.
Rehabilitation services include:
Therapists in audiology and occupational, physical, and speech therapies help children with motor skill delays, feeding difficulties, orthopedic injuries, autism, and other physical, congenital, and genetic conditions. 

Pediatric Constraint Induced Therapy –

Children’s Hospitals & Clinics of Minnesota offers Pediatric Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (PCIMT). Constraint Induced Movement Therapy is a program to improve movement and strength in a child who has weakness on one side of the body.  A constraint (cast or splint) is applied to the stronger arm and hand to limit movement for four weeks. This encourages more movement of the weaker arm and hand. The child then participates in six hours of therapeutic training and re-education for 21 days over the course of the four weeks.

Children’s offers a full program and a modified program. Both methods have led to reports of improved movement in children with hemiplegia. Many of the research studies have used different tools to measure the amount of change, making it difficult for us to accurately compare the methods.

Call Kathy Grinde, PT, at (763)416-8712 to discuss any questions you have regarding our programs.

Information about referrals – All children seen for PCIMT require a physician’s order. If you would like your child to be evaluated, we suggest you speak with your primary care physician to discuss if this would be an appropriate treatment for your child.

Children's Hospital – Roseville
1835 W. County Road C
Roseville, MN  55113
Phone: (651) 638-1670


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