The Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine discovers and delivers outstanding medical care, enabling children with critical illness to lead a full life.
The mission of the Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine is to promote and advance the health and wellness of infants, children, and young adults with acute, life-threatening illnesses. We seek to fulfill our mission by providing effective education and direct service to our patients and the health care community through basic and clinical innovative research of substantial impact. We strive to consistently provide regional and national leadership through the quality of our efforts with continuous improvement being our expectation. Our confidence in success derives from our commitment to our principles, to our patients, to each other, and to ourselves and our families.
The Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Fellowship is a three-year ACGME-accredited program. Our primary training site, University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital, is nationally recognized with the steadfast commitment of providing trainees with high quality, comprehensive training in preparation for academic careers in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.
The University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital is a nationally recognized children's hospital with emphasis placed on the stabilization and management of the critically ill child with acute single or multisystem organ failure due to cardiac, pulmonary, infectious, neurologic or traumatic illness. The PICU serves active programs in pediatric cardiac surgery, bone marrow and solid organ transplantation. Visit the links below to learn more about our services.
Through innovative basic and clinical research of substantial impact, our robust research program supports and enhances our ability to provide outstanding medical care.