You Have A Non-Anesthesia Interventional Radiology Study At Cincinnati Children’s, What Happens Next?
If your child is having a procedure in Interventional Radiology without sedation/general anesthesia, you will first check-in at the main radiology desk located in Building B1. A nurse will take you
2021 Year End Wrap Up
Happy New Year! We hope you and your family had a great holiday. Last year was a very productive and busy year for the Radiology Department. Below is our year-end wrap up! Several technologists
Happy New Year!
In this loveliest of seasons, may you find many reasons for happiness. Wishing you a very Happy New Year and sending lots of love from our Radiology family to yours!
Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!
Hope this Holiday Season brings you many great memories and wonderful reasons to smile. -Department of Radiology, Cincinnati Children’s Christmas vector created by freepik – www.freepik.com
Welcome Dr. Shireen Hayatghaibi
Hello everyone, my name is Shireen Hayatghaibi. I’m one of the new faculty working in the Imaging Research Center, a sub-division of Radiology. My primary role is research, writing papers/grants, giving
RSNA 2021, Why Our Faculty Attend
The holidays are a busy time of year for everyone, but they also happen to be an even busier time for radiologists. Every year during the week following Thanksgiving, the Radiologic
What Are You Grateful For?
Here in our Department of Radiology at Cincinnati Children’s, we are grateful for so much. We challenged our staff to send out appreciation of gratitude to their fellow co-workers via
Today is the time to be thankful, remember good times, and embrace those who enrich our lives. Our Radiology Department at Cincinnati Children’s is thankful for a lot of things,
This month of November our Radiology Department is launching its Gratitude Games. It is a way for our colleagues to express their thanks to each other and to our patients and families. Many of us received heartfelt
Radiology Adopt a Family Fundraiser
Each year, the Radiology department historically “adopts” a family for Christmas. Our adopted families share a history with Cincinnati Children’s. The families we typically adopt are dealing with the normal demands of daily life with children when
Radiology Week Thank You in the Words of Our Patients and Families
The words and phrases listed above come directly from feedback from our patients and families who visited us in the month of October. The last comment sums it up succinctly: “Thank you for taking such good
More Radiology Employees Joining our Team this Fall
We are still busy filling our ranks in our Radiology Department this fall. Here are some more new technologists and support administration joining our team. Avalonia Ava McCloud Hi, I’m Avalonia “Ava” McCloud, but you
Happy Veretans Day
From our Department of Radiology, Cincinnati Children’s, we thank our veterans for bravely answering the call to duty and honor them for their service. Happy Veterans Day! Meredith Towbin,
Happy Radiology Week 2021
On November 8, 1895, Wilhelm Roentgen discovered the x-ray. It is remarkable to consider how imaging has evolved over 126 years and what we can provide to patients and their families. From the first fuzzy images
Welcome Dr. Aki Tanimoto, New Radiology Faculty
Hi, my name is Aki Tanimoto and I’m one of the new faculty radiologists at Cincinnati Children’s. I specialize in cardioradiology and general radiology section. I grew up in Okemos,
New Radiology Employees Join the Team
Brooke Johnson Hi, my name is Brooke and I am in the X-ray department. I grew up in Columbus, OH, then moved to Pittsburgh where I went to a community college for radiologic technology.
Welcome Dr. Jungwhan John Choi, New Neuroradiologist
Hello, my name is Jungwhan John Choi, but you can call me John. I am one of the new radiologists at Cincinnati Children’s specializing in neuroradiology and fetal imaging. I was born
Renee Krebs named Family Recognition Award winner !
The feedback we receive through the patient satisfaction survey is an important part of our quality improvement process. Patient satisfaction data helps us determine areas in need of improvement. It also tells
Using Ultrasound Heel Toe Technique
At Cincinnati Children’s, we use departmental self-made training videos to teach our technologists various techniques to get the best scanning diagnoses of our pediatric patients. This video is a short
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