|Admissions (includes short stay)||33,116|
|Emergency and Urgent Care Visits||173,507|
|Total Patient Encounters||1,652,584|
|Total Surgical Hours||48,303|
|Faculty and Staff|
|Research Fellows (PhD post-docs with <3 yrs' exp.)||136|
|Research Associates (PhD post-docs with >3 yrs' exp.)||180|
|Active Medical Staff||1,906|
|Operating Revenues and Expenses (dollars in thousands)|
|Net Patient Revenue||$2,478,234|
|Research Grants and Contracts||$286,689|
|Total Operating Revenues||$3,103,662|
|Total Operating Expenses||$2,981,226|
|Non-operating Gains and Losses||$24,312|
|Available to Reinvest in the Mission||$146,746|
Center for Stem Cell and Organoid Medicine (CuSTOM) reported two breakthroughs in collaboration with research partners in Japan: the world's first system of three connected organoids, and a method for producing liver organoids that can be programmed to reflect disease states.
Clinical trial results show that using emapalumab to treat patients with hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) saved lives with less toxicity and fewer side effects.
Researchers discover a single-cell approach to track disease-causing gene mutations.
Researchers at Cincinnati Children's authored or co-authored 23 articles in the world's highest-impact medical journals: NEJM, JAMA, The Lancet, Science and Nature.
Received $140M in external grant funding plus $26M in philanthropic donations for research.
Created a long-term aspirational plan, Pursuing Our Potential Together, to elevate and accelerate how we will transform child health by our 150th birthday in 2033. Our four aspirations focus on Care, Community, Cure, and Culture.
In November 2021, we opened our new 249-bed Critical Care Building, which adds a new emergency department, operating rooms, and many spaces to support patients and families. Our new Critical Care Building expands and enhances our ability to serve the most medically complex patients from our community and around the globe.
Recognized as one of Healthcare's Most Wired by The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives.
1,300 employees engaged in community outreach and service.
26,100 children and families reached through community outreach and health education programs prior to COVID.
Launched the Food Rescue Program partnership to divert unserved meals from Cincinnati Children's campuses to children and families in need, which resulted in 2,106 pounds of donated food.
Served 1,200 students through Adopt-a-Class and Reading Partnership.
Named among America's Best Employers for Diversity and #2 among employers in Ohio by Forbes Magazine.
Ranked 9th, nationally, on the list of best employers for women by Forbes Magazine.
Received the Healthcare Equity Leader award from the Human Rights Campaign for exceptional LGBTQ+ healthcare.
Increased minimum pay to $15 per hour, which impacted more than 3,000 employees.
Est. 1883 Full-service, nonprofit, comprehensive pediatric health system consisting of more than 50 unique locations that comprises the Department of Pediatrics, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Our vision: to be the leader in improving child health.
Top 2 in nation in NIH grants and funding for pediatrics.
Top 5 largest U.S. children's hospital by number of registered beds, treating patients from all 50 states and dozens of countries
#1 in the nation among all Honor Roll hospitals in the U.S. News & World Report's 2023-24 Best Children's Hospitals list.