Healthcare Professionals

  • Pediatric Insights.
    Pediatric Insights.
  • June 2013

    Cincinnati Children’s was ranked No. 3 in the 2013-14 list of Best Children’s Hospitals published by U.S. News & World Report. We were nationally ranked in all 10 subspecialty categories.

    No. 3 in the nation

    Cincinnati Children's was ranked No. 3 in the latest list of Best Children's Hospitals published by US News and World Report. We were nationally ranked in all 10 subspecialty categories. Our cancer program was ranked No. 1 in the country. Our pulmonary and nephrology services were ranked No. 2, and six other specialty care areas were ranked among the top 10 programs. Read More.

  • Lovell-visual-thumb-165x88

    FDA approves new drug for systemic JIA

    Two international, multicenter arthritis studies lead to the approval of canakinumab (Ilaris).    Read More »

    Newman-visual-thumb-165x88

    Traffic pollution linked to hyperactivity

    Children exposed to traffic pollution during their first year are more likely to suffer from hyperactivity by age 7.  Read More »

    Mitsnefes-visual-thumb-165x88

    More children living longer on dialysis

    Outcomes are improving for children and adolescents with end stage kidney disease in the U.S.   Read More »

    chen-visual-thumb-165x88

    Flame retardants may affect brain development

    Maternal exposure to these chemicals was associated with hyperactivity and cognition deficits. Read More »

    china-visual-thumb-165x88

    Cincinnati Children's to collaborate with China hospital

    A collaboration will offer faculty exchanges and telemedicine consultations for the next three years. Read More »