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Improved safety (including a 10% reduction in serious patient harm) during a record average daily census of 511.
$31 million NIH grant to study flu immune response. Mary Allen Staat, MD, MPH, will lead IMPRINT cohort study of 2,000 mother/infant pairs.
New gene therapy treatment for sickle cell anemia. Punam Malik, MD, presented preliminary data showing that gene therapy reverses disease symptoms.
Potential treatment targets aggressive pediatric leukemia. H. Leighton Grimes, PhD, principal investigator, and his team found potential therapeutic target for acute myeloid leukemia (AML).
First human esophagus organoid grown from pluripotent stem cells. Discovery advances research for esophageal atresia, enables personalized disease diagnosis for other conditions, and accelerates use of human tissues for medication development.
CARF accreditation (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities). First children's hospital in the world to be CARF-accredited for pediatric cancer rehabilitation and second in the world for pediatric pain rehabilitation.
Construction of a new 600,000-square-foot clinical care expansion at our main campus.
Opening in 2021, the clinical expansion will allow us to grow existing and new programs, and will include 249 beds and a new emergency department.
42% reduction in asthma hospitalizations for children with Medicaid in Hamilton County.
Supported Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) in raising 3rd grade reading rates by 10% across all elementary schools.
Sustained 18% reduction in preventable hospital bed days in Price Hill and Avondale.
Decreased referrals and intervention for behavior by 10% through the creation of Safe Spaces in classrooms at South Avondale.
~300 community members trained in Quality Improvement Science in 2019 which led to increased reading proficiency and decreased achievement gaps at CPS, decreased wait times at Jobs and Family Services, and increased immunization rates at the Cincinnati Health Department.
Served 39,033 children and families through community outreach and health education programs.
Expanded Parkview Health Collaboration. Plans to align subspecialists to elevate the level of patient care for children in the Ft. Wayne, Indiana region.
Acquisition of Louisville-based cardiology practice. Juan Villafane, MD, and his team offer clinics in Louisville, Elizabethtown, Danville, Bardstown and Shelbyville, KY.
Opened the expanded Cincinnati Fetal Care Center Special Delivery Unit. Collaborated with TriHealth to give babies access to immediate, expert care in our NICU and allows mothers to recover just down the hall.
Est. 1883 Full-service, nonprofit pediatric academic medical center and comprises the Department of Pediatrics of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
Our vision: to be the leader in improving child health.
Top 3 in nation in NIH grants/funding for pediatrics.
692 registered beds, including 106 inpatient behavioral-health beds and 30 residential behavioral-health beds.
Served patients from 51 countries and all 50 states.
#3 in the nation among all Honor Roll hospitals in the U.S. News & World Report's 2020-21 Best Children's Hospitals list.
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