Mikayla Murphy, Radiology Access Service Rep (ASR), wins the Cares Crusader Award!
The Cares Crusader Award is given to the ASR that consistently demonstrates the Care Promise behaviors in their daily words and actions – Makes a Difference, Work as a Team,
Construction Update: MRI Services Moving and Expanding
Major changes are happening at our Burnet Campus, including the expansive Critical Care Building project and renovations of clinical space. These have lead to many secondary changes to services we provide - like MRI imaging.
Mr. Redlegs Causes Mischief at the Medical Center
With the Cincinnati Reds Opening Day quickly approaching, Mr. Redlegs made a short stop at Cincinnati Children’s to get ready for the season.
Cincinnati Zoo brings ailing aardvark to Cincinnati Children’s
A female aardvark from the Cincinnati Zoo received special attention from neighbor Cincinnati Children’s. The Zoo asked for help diagnosing an ongoing medical problem with the 11-year-old ailing aardvark named
Lessons Learned From Scanning a Child Mummy
After pouring through 12,000 plus images, a team of radiologists made several new discoveries about a child mummy brought to Cincinnati Children’s as part of a scientific project with the
Radiologists turning to social media to help with patient care
Radiologists at Cincinnati Children’s are using social media to provide teaching points to other doctors, nurses and medical students. “These days radiology is 100 percent digital and so all of
New Method Cuts Radiation Exposure in Patients
Cincinnati Children’s and Philips Healthcare have created a way to use the AlluraClarity imaging system in a way that reduces patients’ radiation exposure. Interventional radiology is an imaging process in
Expert Care on Cincinnati’s West Side: Join Us April 20th
Our newest neighborhood location in Green Township is in the final stages of construction and will open to patients on Monday, April 29th. As the opening approaches, we are excited
New Campaign Teaches Parents About X-ray Safety for Kids
New online tools can help parents who have questions about X-rays and radiation exposure for their kids. It’s part of Image Gently’s recently launched “Back to Basics” campaign, which promotes