Posts from Cincinnati Children's Social Media Team
Burnet Campus Expansion Plans
Expansion is on the horizon at Cincinnati Children's with construction set to begin on a new patient care building in fall of 2017.
Cincinnati Children’s Top 10 of 2016
A celebration of patients, employees, clinical and research breakthroughs and generally fun things that happened in 2016.
Local News Anchor’s Message About Helmet Safety and Concussions
WCPO news anchor and reporter Julie O'Neill shares her daughter's biking accident experience and why helmet safety is so important.
Celebrating Superheroes: ArtWorks Capes for 25 Patients and their Siblings
25 Cincinnati Children's patients and siblings were presented customized superhero capes created by ArtWorks Hero Design Company apprentices.
A Handy, Back-To-School Checklist
If you're gearing up for the school year, use our handy back-to-school checklist to get prepared.
Top 5 in Seven Specialties Ranked by U.S. News
Cincinnati Children's was ranked in the Top 5 in seven of the specialties analyzed by U.S. News & World Report in their best children's hospitals rankings.
These Paws Paved Way for Animal Assisted Therapy
Hospital volunteers and their pet pups were among the first to prove that animal assisted therapy could not only work, but thrive, at Cincinnati Children's.
Boy with Cerebral Palsy Receives Modified “Ferrari”
A group of Seven Hills Middle School students modified a toy "ferrari" for a boy with cerebral palsy, so that he could play with his older brothers.
Baseball to Bedside: Nurse Pursues Calling After Catching
After his professional baseball career, Tony Maccani found his calling as a nurse at Cincinnati Children's.
Mr. Redlegs Causes Mischief at the Medical Center
With the Cincinnati Reds Opening Day quickly approaching, Mr. Redlegs made a short stop at Cincinnati Children’s to get ready for the season.
How to Talk with Your Teen About Distracted Driving
Distracted drivers are more likely to cause an accident on the road. Here are five tips to help prevent texting and driving in teens.
Patient Story Videos You Shouldn’t Miss
Patients and families share their stories in eight not-to-be-missed videos posted over the course of 2015 on Cincinnati Children's YouTube channel.
Top 15 of 2015
A recap of the top 15 events at Cincinnati Children's in 2015.
CBDI School Program Puts Hope Atop Syllabus
The CBDI Hospital School Program offers individualized academic instruction and tutoring to inpatients of all ages on the hematology/oncology floor.
Champions Share New Year’s Wishes
Happy New Year from our Cincinnati Children's Champions families to yours! Six patients and their parents tell us what they're most excited about in 2016.
PICU Nurse Channels Superhero Powers
Being a nurse at Cincinnati Children's means being a hero, every single day, to the patients and families who come to the medical center for care.
When the Doctor Becomes the Mom
Pediatrician Denise Warrick, MD, answers questions about what life is like when a doctor becomes a mom.
Trick-or-Treating in the Perlman Center
Kids with cerebral palsy and physical disabilities trick-or-treat in the medical center at the Aaron W. Perlman Center with their care team every Halloween.
Noah Kennedy: Colerain Football’s Mightiest Team Member
Noah Kennedy, a junior at Colerain High School, motivates the Cardinals with his positive outlook and larger-than-life personality as football team manager.