The Pediatric Clinic at Hennepin Healthcare is a primary care and multi-specialty clinic located on the third floor of our Clinic & Specialty Center. Patients from birth into young adulthood are cared for in this clinic.
8 am - 7 pm Monday - Friday
Walk-in appointments are available during clinic hours. Wait times may vary.
- Primary care and wellness
- Vaccination schedules
- Asthma, lung or breathing problems / Pulmonology
- Cardiology: heart conditions
- Craniofacial/plastic surgery
- Child abuse/maltreatment
- Developmental / behavioral or mental health problems
- Gender and Sexual Health (LGBTQ)
- Growth and nutrition: growth, overweight and underweight problems
- Infectious disease and travel
- Lactation: breastfeeding
- Medicine: complicated infections or for those traveling to other countries
- NICU follow-up clinic which addresses the need of premature babies as they grow
- Pediatric Brain Injury Program
Safe Infant Sleep and SIDS Prevention
Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is the leading cause of death among infants between 1 month and 1 year of age. Here at Hennepin Healthcare, we teach, practice, and model safe sleep for infants and their families. Learn more about safe sleep and the simple steps you can take at home to create a safe sleep environment for your baby and to reduce your baby's risk of SIDS.
Do you have a sick child? Wondering what to do? The Pediatric Clinic in the Clinic & Specialty Center has same day availability if your child needs to be seen before a regular appointment comes available. Sometimes life's little illnesses pop up unexpectedly, such as a fever or an ear ache. Please call 612-873-6963 to talk to a nurse or to schedule a same day appointment. You can also just walk-in between the hours of 9 am and 7 pm, but know that scheduled appointments are seen before walk-ins, and if its busy, we don't want you and your child to wait.
This is a hospital-based clinic owned by Hennepin Healthcare. Many insurance plans pay for health care services provided in a hospital-based clinic differently than those provided in a doctor’s office. Your insurance may require that you meet your annual deductible and/or require that you pay a percentage of the bill rather than just an office visit co-payment. You should check with your insurance company if you have any questions. Read our FAQs about hospital-based clinics to learn more.