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Editor’s note: This is the fifth and final part in a series of blog posts describing how the construction of Cincinnati Children’s new Critical Care Building will affect the MRI services in the Radiology Department. The previous posts described why the construction may impact our MRI services, how we › Continue Reading

Growing up in picturesque Coorg, a remote part of India, Malavika Bachettira did not have to look far to find her role model and the building blocks for her calling. Her mother, a school teacher, while efficiently managing home and › Continue Reading

Hi, my name is Chelsea Franklin and I work in the Radiography/Fluoroscopy Division of our Radiology Department. I married my high school sweetheart and we have two lovely children together, a boy named Tanner who is 6 and a little girl › Continue Reading

‘Tis the season for brightly colored lights, festive carols, and chilly winter nights spent snuggled up watching your favorite holiday classics. Unfortunately, it is also the season for icy sidewalks, slippery roads and other general inconveniences during the end of › Continue Reading

Photo: (lf-rt) Anne Johansing, Emily Mueller and Alicia Linstead. Cincinnati Children’s Radiology celebrated Patient Experience Week last April. Not only do we honor our patients and families, but we recognize our healthcare staff as well. Three healthcare staff members were › Continue Reading

The Proton Therapy Center at Liberty Campus expects to begin treating patients by late summer or early fall, months earlier than originally anticipated. With two clinical treatment bays and one research bay, the Proton Therapy Center has the capacity to › Continue Reading

Photo: Ann Gramling (left) and Lori Muench (right) The International Day of Radiology is an annual event promoting the role of medical imaging in modern healthcare. Throughout the week of November 8, we are celebrating and honoring our radiology technologists. We have › Continue Reading

My journey to becoming an employee at Cincinnati Children’s began when my husband and I adopted our son, Milo, from China in May 2011. Our year-and-a-half journey to adopt Milo culminated in a two-week stay in China. Although we were › Continue Reading

The Proton Therapy Center at Cincinnati Children’s Liberty Campus is set to open in the winter of 2016-2017. The new cancer therapy will deliver radiation directly to a tumor minimizing damage to surrounding tissue. Read more about the center and watch › Continue Reading

Learn about our dedicated Radiology staff and the services they offer at our Cincinnati Children’s Liberty Campus. Contributions by Tonya Nicholas (Radiology Manager) and  Eric Schwieterman (Sr Analyst).

The last week in July marked a milestone in the construction of the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center/UC Health Proton Therapy Center at our Liberty Campus – the arrival and installation of the cyclotron – a type of particle accelerator › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Children’s held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its Liberty Campus on July 31 to celebrate the expansion of its facility there to a full-service hospital.  The expansion features 30 additional inpatient beds and  a full complement of support services including: › Continue Reading

The first stage of our Liberty Campus expansion is complete and today we will celebrate and cut the ribbon on the gorgeous new space. With this expansion, Liberty Campus is now a full-service hospital. It features a 42-bed inpatient unit › Continue Reading

Two large pieces of Cincinnati Children’s new Varian ProBeam proton therapy system were delivered to the Liberty Campus on July 29. The two pieces form a cyclotron, which will more precisely target radiation at tumors, minimizing harm to surrounding tissue. › Continue Reading

The Liberty Campus gift shop is moving to the second-floor entrance of Cincinnati Children’s, more than doubling its space from 120 to 300 square feet. In addition, it will also be open 90 minutes longer – from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. › Continue Reading

At Cincinnati Children’s Radiology, we strive to provide not only safe and high-quality MRI examinations but also timely examinations. We know that our patients’ and families’ time is precious and so we strive to make our MRI examination process as › Continue Reading

Construction is moving along on schedule at Cincinnati Children’s Liberty Campus. The Journal News, Butler County’s daily newspaper, has details.

Much has changed in the six months since we last updated you on the Liberty Campus expansion, and we’re excited to tell you about some of the progress. Several parts of the building are still actively under construction, including the › Continue Reading

As adults we understand that some discomfort is a part of life, but as parents we want to protect our children from things that might be stressful or painful. One of the more challenging procedures in our Radiology Department is › Continue Reading

In 2014, the wave of renovations and additions to our physical space continued. We launched the largest comprehensive fundraising campaign in Cincinnati Children’s history. And we worked together to deliver crucial care during periods of significant respiratory illness in our community. › Continue Reading

The last place anyone wants to spend Halloween in is a hospital. Radiology employees decided they wanted do what they could to make our patients’ visit on Halloween as enjoyable as possible. At the Burnet and Liberty campuses, radiology held › Continue Reading

In addition to the Cincinnati Children’s Main Hospital, MRI is also available at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital neighborhood locations in Kenwood, Green Township, and Liberty. These locations offer you and your child the same outstanding service as our Main Burnet Campus but with the › Continue Reading

If you’ve driven past our Liberty Campus on I75 and SR129 in Liberty Township lately, you’ve undoubtedly seen the cranes, concrete trucks and construction crews that have become part of the Liberty Campus landscape over the past eight months. We › Continue Reading

For many children, visiting a radiology department can be a stressful and difficult experience. Having your pictures taken can often involve big, scary and loud equipment, uncomfortable positions, and even painful procedures. At Cincinnati Children’s Radiology Department, Child Life Specialists › Continue Reading