• Physician's Toolkit: Section E

    The Physician Services online toolkit provides local healthcare professionals with a variety of materials to share with patients and families.

    Browse the sections below to find resources specific to programs, divisions and conditions beginning with the letter E.

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  • Cincinnati Children's offers both urgent care centers and two emergency departments to best meet your needs. Our emergency communication center offers pre-hospital / EMS care providers and referring physicians around-the-clock access to emergency specialists. Physicians can make emergency referrals by calling STATline at 513-636-1111, or by filling out a referral form (ED Referral forms can be found under "Other Referral Forms").

    • We offer 24-hour emergency care at our Burnet Campus, which includes the region’s only Level 1 pediatric trauma center. 
    • The Cincinnati Children’s Liberty Campus offers a 24 / 7 pediatric emergency department fully equipped and staffed to treat most pediatric emergencies and supported around the clock by laboratory testing, X-ray and an inpatient  unit.
    • Our urgent care centers are designed to complement primary care physicians and pediatricians by providing services when doctor's offices typically are closed. Our Urgent Care Centers are staffed by physicians and nurses who are experts in pediatric emergency medicine. We are available for after-hours pediatric care at Outpatient Anderson and Outpatient Mason.


    The Division of Endocrinology at Cincinnati Children’s is committed to providing the highest level of care for children and adolescents with endocrine system disorders. Our team of nationally recognized physicians, certified nurse practitioners, nurse educators, dieticians and social workers are experts in a wide range of specialties; we use this diversity to develop a care plan that addresses your child’s specific challenges and needs. 

    The pediatric evidence-based care guidelines developed at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center are developed by experts, patients and families to help pediatricians provide the best possible care to patients. Our evidence-based care guidelines are based on the best available evidence and expert opinion. Care guideline topics range from common pediatric conditions to complex diseases.

    Primary Care topics are located under "P" within the Browse by Specialty or Discipline section of the evidence-based care guidelines.
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    Call 513-636-7997 or 1-888-363-7997. We're available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.