We're seeing very crowded waiting rooms at both our emergency department and urgent care locations. If your child does not need emergency care we recommend scheduling an appointment with your primary care physician or you can visit our 24/7 Virtual Urgent Care.
Use this chart to help you decide if your child needs to be seen in person.
Whether you’re coming to our Burnet Campus, Liberty Campus, or one of our neighborhood locations, the team at Cincinnati Children’s wants the experience to be as smooth and comfortable as possible for you and your child.
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Cincinnati Children's provides wide range of resources and services to help you and your family before your visit, during your child's stay and after your return home. We can help you:
Weeks after a concussion, Andre Jr. safely returned to school and sports thanks to expert help from the Advanced Brain Injury Clinic.
After a lapse in care, Rebekah, an adult congenital heart disease (ACHD) patient, received life-saving surgery at Cincinnati Children's.