Four articles published in the New England Journal of Medicine — a testament to the groundbreaking and exemplary research taking place at Cincinnati Children’s.
A 600,000-square-foot clinical care expansion at our Burnet Campus will better serve critically ill children and their families.
This investment will allow us to upgrade and expand our clinical capacity. It will also permit us to grow existing and new programs to serve more families in first-rate facilities into the future. We are actively working to keep our Avondale neighbors and the community at-large informed of the construction timeline and traffic updates through a number of communication vehicles including direct mailings and social media. In addition, we have established an advisory committee comprised of residents and stakeholders. This group meets monthly to provide input and offer feedback on many aspects of the critical care building.
Provided $225.1 million in free or discounted services to families unable to pay and Medicaid shortfalls.
Contributed $5.5 million in services to community and nonprofit health organizations.
Served 27,932 children and families through community outreach and health education programs.
Served patients from all 50 states and 58 other countries, including 589 international patients. The top destination was our Cancer & Blood Diseases Institute.
We are collaborating with the University of Kentucky to provide advanced pediatric heart care close to home for patients in Kentucky. The partnership combines the strength of UK HealthCare’s team with our nationally ranked cardiac experts.
Researchers have developed tiny organs-in-a-dish that mimic stomach, intestine and liver functions. These advances could revolutionize drug research and may someday allow patients’ own cells to grow into organ replacement tissue.
We expanded our ongoing treatment of children with the most challenging forms of cancer, by opening our second proton-therapy gantry. In this special room, pencil-beam radiation zaps cancer cells while avoiding other organs. This approach minimizes short-term side effects and long-term complications, paving the way for healthier kids.
We are a full-service, nonprofit pediatric academic medical center, established in 1883.
We comprise the Department of Pediatrics of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
We have 629 registered beds, including 95 inpatient behavioral-health beds and 36 residential behavioral-health beds.
We are the third-highest recipient of National Institutes of Health grants for pediatric research.
Our vision: to be the leader in improving child health.
850 volunteers contributed 90,263 hours at our facilities, an increase of 11 percent from the previous fiscal year.
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