Galen Hilgendorf, PA-C, Family Medicine, at Daniels Health Center, checked the reflexes of Bella Frykman at A Healthy Me exhibit at Children’s Museum on August 16.  

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Mankato Clinic providers are playing at the Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota’s A Healthy Me exhibit in August. 

Erin Gonzalez, RD, LD, is scheduled 9-11 a.m. Wednesday, August 28. Gonzalez is a registered and licensed dietitian in the Mankato Clinic Diabetes and Nutrition Education Center.

Children are invited to come and play, talk, laugh and learn with Erin. A Healthy Me is a hands-on exhibit which includes a doctor’s office, operation game, a giant sneezing nose, and giant teeth to brush. Young visitors can wear white coats and perform surgery, do check-ups on dolls and view x-rays. Families can also learn more about well-being, emotions and healthy choices.  A Healthy Me is a fun and active way for children to learn about wellness as well as health care. 

A Healthy Me exhibit ends September 30 at the Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota, 224 Lamm Street, Mankato. Admission is $8 per person, 1 year and older. Visit

Mankato Clinic is a monetary and in-kind sponsor of A Healthy Me. Mankato Clinic and Mankato Clinic Foundation are long-term supporters of the Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota.

About Mankato Clinic

In 1916, Mankato Clinic was founded in Mankato by five area physicians who believed that a comprehensive, multi-specialty group practice offered the best means of providing quality health care to the residents of southern Minnesota. Mankato Clinic has grown to over 130 physicians and practitioners and employs over 800 people and is one of the only physician owned and led medical facilities in the state of Minnesota.