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    Freedom to Ride

    Riley.Riley can stay active and enjoy one of her favorite activities – riding horses – thanks to advanced care provided by the new Motion Analysis Lab.

    Patient Plants Seeds for Healing

    Morgan.Morgan, 11, already knows the importance of giving back. A frequent patient of Cincinnati Children’s, she is also a budding philanthropist.

    Remembering Dr. Schubert

    Dr. Schubert. Photo credit: The Cincinnati Enquirer. Beloved pediatrician and great leader of Cincinnati Children’s, William Kuenneth Schubert, MD, passed away in February at age 85.

    Handle with Care

    Medication safety.Innovative use of technology improves communication and safety for patients when we prescribe and administer medications.

    Strengthening Families 

    Mike and Joy. The Marine Corps recruited Cincinnati Children’s to help renew family bonds when a deployment ends and a service member comes home.

    Creating Your Legacy

    The Muellers.Couple's compassion for kids lives on through a planned gift.

    Inside the Lab

    Motion Analysis Lab.The Motion Analysis Lab uses the same technology as animated film makers to help doctors get a glimpse of the inner workings of the body.

    Gifts Provide First Steps

    Using the Lokomat.Children with cerebral palsy and other neuromuscular conditions have the chance to learn what it feels like to walk because of the Lokomat.

    Leading the Way on Safety

    Health industry expert Paul O'Neill.Health industry quality improvement expert Paul O’Neill recognizes Cincinnati Children’s as a leader in patient and employee safety.

    Mayerson Center

    The Mayersons. The Mayerson Center helps restore safety and wholeness to abused and neglected children. Earlier this year, Manuel Mayerson passed away.

    Ask Karen

    Karen Kratz. Can I balance my financial security with my desire for charitable giving?

    In the News

    • The 2012 Celestial Ball is May 19
    • Elite membership aids research
    • Heart Institute hosts grand opening
    • Save the date for Cincinnati Walks for Kids