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Families in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana can now have a video visit with a pediatric expert if a child has a minor illness or injury. CincyKids Health Connect gives parents access to a pediatric nurse practitioner from the comfort of › Continue Reading

Now, if you need pediatric urgent care, you can choose “Save My Spot” to secure your spot in line and wait where you’re comfortable. This system is available at all five Cincinnati Children’s urgent care locations, including Burnet and Liberty › Continue Reading

We are currently seeing an increase in patient visits at our Emergency Department (ED) and Urgent Care locations. This is due to an increase in typical seasonal illness as well as various respiratory illnesses in the community. If your child › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Children’s is testing a new system to reduce wait times at the Anderson, Green Township, and Mason Urgent Care locations. Families will be able to check-in online and reserve their time slot allowing patients to do most of their › Continue Reading

Beginning December 1st, families will be able to “check-in” online for Anderson, Green Township and Mason Urgent Care locations. We’re testing a new system for six months to determine if families will use the service and find it beneficial. Using › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Children’s Radiology is excited to announce that our ultrasound department at the Liberty campus has increased its hours of operation in order to assist the Liberty expansion and the area’s fast growing population. Ultrasound is a quick, inexpensive, and safe › 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

We are currently seeing an increase in patient visits at our Emergency Department (ED) and Urgent Care locations. This is due to various respiratory and stomach viruses and other seasonal illnesses in the community. If your child is ill, please › Continue Reading

URGENT CARE OR EMERGENCY ROOM? Children with serious or life-threatening injuries or illnesses should be taken to the Emergency Room. If your child’s injury or illness is not life-threatening, but needs attention quickly and your pediatrician’s office is closed, Urgent › Continue Reading

On Nov. 3, Cincinnati Children’s will open Urgent Care in its Liberty Campus location off Yankee Road to treat children with urgent, but non-emergency medical issues. Services are meant to complement care a child would receive at his or her › Continue Reading

A few years ago, my brother and his family moved from Cincinnati to New Jersey. Shortly after moving, my sister-in-law called me, concerned, because my oldest niece was having a mild allergic reaction and they did not yet have a › Continue Reading

We all hate to wait.  Whether it is for a bus, the end of the school day or the line to buy a movie ticket, waiting can be annoying.  When your child is sick, has a fever, or has an › Continue Reading

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 to offer families, employees, friends, neighbors and members of the › Continue Reading