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Best Again!

For the second year in a row, Cincinnati Children’s has made the Honor Roll in U.S. News and World Report’s 2010 “Best Children’s Hospitals” issue.

Cincinnati Children’s is one of only eight pediatric hospitals in the United States and the only hospital in Ohio to make the Honor Roll.

The medical center was ranked in the top 10 for all pediatric specialties analyzed by the magazine – a distinction
shared by few other hospitals.

Celebrating a Decade of Support

For the past 10 years, the Aubrey Rose Foundation has provided emotional and financial support to families whose children are facing life-threatening illnesses.

Many patients and families at Cincinnati Children’s have been helped through the foundation’s generosity. The foundation’s namesake, Aubrey Rose Hollenkamp, was born prematurely and had several heart surgeries and a lung transplant. Two days before her second birthday, Aubrey lost her life when her little body rejected her new lungs. Aubrey’s family started the foundation to honor their daughter and, today, supports various programs and activities to build awareness and support for families facing complex and difficult medical challenges.

Cooperative Society Reaches $5 Million

As the first auxiliary of Cincinnati Children’s, The Cooperative Society has been working to change the outcome for sick kids for 126 years.

Members are volunteers who contribute countless hours of service and raise funds to support the medical center. Members sew blankets and dolls for hospitalized kids, decorate hospital lobbies for the holidays and provide support for the Dog Visitation Program and the Mayerson Center for Safe and Healthy Children.

This year, the group’s total giving reached $5 million – an incredible testament to their dedication to the children and families of the medical center.


You can make an impact in the life of a sick child simply by making a gift to Cincinnati Children’s.

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