US News Best Children’s Hospitals Ranking: #1 in the Midwest
Cincinnati Children's is a US News Honor Roll hospital for the 11th year in a row and one of the top five pediatric hospitals in the nation.
U.S. News & World Report: Ranked #3 in 2020-21
Cincinnati Children’s is honored to be ranked number three on the U.S. News and World Report 2020-2021 list of Best Children’s Hospitals. The U.S. News Honor Roll highlights the top 50 pediatric facilities in the nation in 10 specialty areas
Video Visits: A New Way to Connect With a Pediatric Expert
Video visits with a pediatric expert are now available for families in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana by using CincyKids Health Connect from Cincinnati Children's. Perfect for when your doctor isn't available and you need a quick answer. Learn what it's all about and how to get started.
U.S. News: Top 3 Ranking for the Ninth Year in a Row
U.S. News and World Report released its annual Best Children’s Hospitals rankings this morning, and we are excited to share that Cincinnati Children’s ranks No. 3 on the 2019-20 honor roll of the best pediatric hospitals in the nation.
Cincinnati Children’s Top 10 Stories of 2018
Learn more about the top 10 stories from Cincinnati Children's in 2018.
Construction Update: MRI Services Moving and Expanding
Major changes are happening at our Burnet Campus, including the expansive Critical Care Building project and renovations of clinical space. These have lead to many secondary changes to services we provide - like MRI imaging.
Q&A: “Save My Spot” for Urgent Care
Cincinnati Children's recently rolled out a new online “Save My Spot” queuing system that services all five urgent care locations. This system will be similar to services previously offered at our Mason, Anderson, and Green Township locations but with a few user-friendly enhancements.
New #2 on U.S. News 2018-2019 Best Children’s Hospitals Ranking
Cincinnati Children's has climbed to #2 on US News and World Report’s 2018-2019 Best Children’s Hospitals ranking and our specialty care has achieved Top 10 in all 10 ranked specialties, including two #1 programs – Cancer and Gastroenterology & GI Surgery.
Cincinnati Children’s Top 10 of 2017
A look back at the top 10 cool things that happened at Cincinnati Children's in 2017 and the patients and families they impacted.
Meet Idina, our third facility dog!
Idina is a golden retriever facility dog who is officially a member of the Child Life team. She has a very specific job, serving alongside her two handlers.
U.S. News & World Report: Cincinnati Children’s Ranked No. 3 in Nation
U.S. News & World Report releases best children's hospitals rankings. Cincinnati Children's ranks No. 3 in the country. Read about all of our specialties:
The Gift (Shop) That Keeps on Giving
The Cincinnati Children's Gift Shop dates back to 1910, and to-date has donated more than $7.4 million to various programs across the hospital.
Welcome Chevy, our Newest Facility Dog!
Chevy is a 2 year-old Golden Retriever and Black Lab mix who has been a facility dog for a few months, but he is already a favorite amongst the patients.
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.
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.
Embracing the Cincinnati Children’s Brand Renewal
The what, why and when of the Cincinnati Children's 2016 brand renewal.
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.