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You may notice the next time your child gets an x-ray at Cincinnati Children’s.  We have been using an x-ray ruler called calipers to help the technologist measure the thickness of the body part they are imaging.   This measurement is › Continue Reading

Hi, my name is Rose Martin. I am a trained radiology technologist, but I currently work with the Radiology Informatics Team. My primary duty is working with the picture archiving and communication system (PACS), a medical imaging technology that provides economical storage of › Continue Reading

Dr. Russell Ware, director of Hematology at Cincinnati Children’s, calls it a “major advancement” for treatment of sickle cell disease. He’s talking about a safe and affordable drug called hydroxyurea (pronounced hi-DROX-ee-you-REE-uh) which has proven to be as effective as monthly blood › Continue Reading

My name is Beth Finan and I’m a Radiologic Technologist here at Cincinnati Children’s. I have been with Children’s since 1998.  I started as a clerk in the old file room of the Radiology Department and then moved to a › Continue Reading

During one of Al Roker’s sidewalk interviews on NBC’s Today Show, a Cincinnati Children’s banner was very prominent. Roker talked to Dr. Mike Jordan and other supporters of Liam’s Lighthouse Foundation, which works to fight Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH), a rare disease that often › Continue Reading

My name is Tristen Yarborough and I’ve worked in Radiology as a Reading Room Assistant for almost three years. My job is to facilitate and enhance the working environment for the radiologists. Every day I aim to improve workflow and › 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

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

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

ArtsWave will host its first region-wide choral competition called CincySings on April 9, where teams of employee choirs will compete. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is one of 10 local companies to take part. Competitors are all part of the › Continue Reading

This week, Kailey Ray, celebrated her 10th birthday with a donation of 47 American Girl dolls to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.  Two years ago, she promised to donate 100 American Girl dolls to patients at Cincinnati Children’s and with her › Continue Reading

Hughes High School and South Avondale and Rockdale Elementary Schools have reopened their health clinics thanks to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. The original operator, Neighborhood Healthcare, lost funding at the end of 2013, forcing closure of the clinics. Cincinnati › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center reopened the Harrison Pediatric Primary Care health clinic that was closed in December. Hours are weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. An estimated 500 needy children are expected to be seen each month by the › Continue Reading

Doctors at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center held a press conference today to discuss the first surgery in the nation involving the implantation of a heart device in a patient living with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). DMD is a genetic › Continue Reading