Masonic Children's Hospital Ranked Top 20 in Innovation and Technology

University of Minnesota's Masonic Children's Hospital has been ranked in the top 20 U.S. children's hospitals in innovation and technology. The rankings, which were conducted by, highlight hospitals with a proven record of cutting-edge medical advancements and exceptional patient care.

The Masonic Children’s Hospital was featured due to its attention to patient's mental health, among many other focuses of care. The hospital created the Birth to Three Clinic and Early Childhood Mental Health Program which help patients who show fear, anxiety and poor impulse control.

The rankings were developed in partnership with expert medical advisors.

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