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If you have been to Burnet Campus lately you have probably noticed the exciting changes that happened in our main concourse over the past year or so. Crews have been hard at work making these areas bright, colorful, welcoming and › Continue Reading

For years, we have been meeting the needs of more and more families by creatively adding space and beds within existing buildings on our Main (Burnet) Campus and expanding at College Hill and Liberty Campuses. But, the time has come › Continue Reading

There is an amazing amount of talent and skill in the Radiology ultrasound division here at Cincinnati Children’s! Did you know: There are 36 employees in the ultrasound division? Thirty-four are registered technologists and two are clinical support assistants. These 36 employees have › Continue Reading

Radiology On The Move

Today, 18 Radiology Faculty, 14 Fellows and 4 administration personnel moved from their office space to make way for an Urgent Care suite next to the Emergency Department at our Main Campus. This move allows for our patients to receive quick, › Continue Reading

Today we are unveiling the new Clinical Sciences Pavilion (also known as Location T), a 445,000-square-foot research tower that sits between our clinical care area on main campus (Locations A-E) and our companion research tower that opened in 2008 (also known › 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, loud equipment; uncomfortable positions; and even painful procedures. At Cincinnati Children’s Radiology Department, child life specialists help › 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

The babies in our neonatal unit are very delicate and require special care. Many are extra small in size due to prematurity, while others are sick and frail due to an underlying illness. These babies often receive important medications through intravenous › 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

Location T: An Update

If you’ve been to our main campus lately, you may have noticed the large red crane that has been hovering above the medical center campus for the last year. That crane has been working hard doing the heavy lifting for the › Continue Reading

The recently renovated outpatient centers of the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute (CBDI) are a spectacular sight.  The beautiful lighting, bright colors, clean lines, and artwork. But what’s even more spectacular is the thought and planning behind its creation. It › Continue Reading

After years of planning and months of construction, I’m thrilled to be able to introduce the new Family Resource Center to the patients and families of Cincinnati Children’s. It’s still hard to believe it’s finished, and the truth is, it’s › Continue Reading