My Difficult News

No one wants to hear bad news. There’s nothing worse on the face of the planet than to hear that there is something seriously wrong with your child. I know this feeling all too well. When my daughter was just › Continue Reading

It’s normal for families who visit our department to have concerns before, during, and after their child’s imaging test. That’s why there’s a Radiology Patient and Family Advocate available to you and your family. She’s there to listen and respond to your questions, facilitate communication › Continue Reading

When Cincinnati Children’s own Ultrasound Technologist Amy Winer needed to bring her son in for a CT scan, a child life specialist prepared her for what to expect. You can take advantage of the same special services for your child. › Continue Reading

In order to get an ultrasound at the Burnet campus, your first step will be to check in at a kiosk in the Radiology Department. You’ll then visit a registration clerk and take a seat in the waiting room. When your name is called, you’ll › Continue Reading

Lots of people are familiar with x-rays. They’ve either gotten one themselves or taken a child or family member for one to diagnose an injury. They’re usually so focused on the results of the exam that they don’t stop to think › Continue Reading

As we celebrate America’s independence this Fourth of July, we remind you to be careful. While fireworks can be a lot of fun, they can also be very dangerous. Every year many children are injured while watching or trying to › Continue Reading

In radiology, employees who have a passion for safety can volunteer to be safety coaches. Safety coaches help prevent errors by both modeling and teaching coworkers specific safety practices. All radiology safety coaches receive special training in communication strategies and safety › Continue Reading

You’ve taken your child to get his or her radiology test. Now how do you get the results?  Cincinnati Children’s has made this process easy with MyChart. You no longer have to wait for a call from your doctor or › Continue Reading

Meet radiography technologist Kathy Elmore and her goldendoodle Lulu. Kathy loves working at Cincinnati Children’s. Watch the video and find out why Kathy thinks Cincinnati Children’s is so special.

Radiologic technologists are medical professionals who use their expertise and knowledge of patient care combined with radiologic techniques to take images.  In simpler terms, they use a special camera to look inside of the patient’s body to diagnose a problem. › Continue Reading

A Walk Through X-Ray

In order to get an X-ray at the Burnet Campus, you will first check-in at a kiosk in our main waiting room and then register your child. You and your child will then be instructed to follow the purple bees on the floor › Continue Reading

Recently, the Radiology Department at Cincinnati Children’s added another MRI scanner to the family! MRI scanners use very powerful magnets to create images of the body.  This new scanner has several differences compared to our other scanners.  It’s twice as › Continue Reading

Meet Julie Young, MRI Manager at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Department of Radiology. Learn why she likes working at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and how her dog Charlie keeps everyone entertained at Lake Cumberland.  

Welcome to Radiology!

The Department of Radiology at Cincinnati Children’s is proud to be one of the largest pediatric radiology departments in the country with the only pediatric radiology experts in the tri-state area. Our department provides medical imaging including x-ray, fluoroscopy, CT, › Continue Reading