Alberto Peña, MD, Colorectal Center

  • Helping Others

    The Peña Colorectal Center at Cincinnati Children’s is committed to improving the lives of children around the world who suffer from pediatric colorectal problems. Teaching is also an important focus of the center, which cares not only for patients at the hospital, but also participates in mission trips to developing countries to provide surgical interventions and bowel management to children and training for local surgeons.

    To help meet the care and teaching objectives of the center, Alberto Peña created the not-for-profit ARMs Outreach, a foundation to fund learning expenses for professionals and colorectal care for families who cannot afford it.

  • ARMS Outreach

    The ARMS Outreach funds are used to support learning expenses for professionals and colorectal patients and their families who cannot afford the expense of care. Learn more.

    Mission Trips

    Team members from the Peña Colorectal Center take part in mission trips teaching surgical interventions and bowel management to local physicians while providing clinical care to children in developing countries. Learn more.

    Mission Trip to South Africa

    A trip to Cape Town helped two dozen children and provided training to more than 70 African surgeons and nurses. Read more about the trip.

 
 
  • Ghana 2012

    Learn more about our mission trip to Ghana and how you can still help.

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  • Contact Us

    Get more information or request an appointment for the Peña Colorectal Center.

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  • How You Can Help

    Donate online, or to learn how you can support outreach efforts at the Peña Colorectal Center at Cincinnati Children’s, contact:

    Teri Martini
    Program Coordinator
    teri.martini@cchmc.org
    Phone: 513-803-7327