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Pursuing Our Potential Together expresses Cincinnati Children’s shared 150th birthday aspirations. Through 2033 and beyond, we are on a journey to become an even stronger organization and to attain ambitious goals for our patients, our people and our community. We will accomplish this by focusing on the four C’s: Care, Community, Cure and Culture.

When we pursue our potential together, kids can be more resilient and flourish.

When Cincinnati Children's asked local musicians to collaborate for an uplifting project to make people feel good during the COVID-19 pandemic, dozens came through. They performed Bill Withers’ "Lean On Me" from their living rooms.
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As One Cincinnati Children’s, our employees successfully respond to the coronavirus — providing the very best care to children and rallying around the families that need it most. Cincinnati Children’s is one of four U.S. sites participating in clinical trials of the global BNT162 vaccine program to prevent COVID-19.

We focus our collective resources so adults and kids can return to normal life..

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Forbes magazine names Cincinnati Children’s to its 2020 list of America’s Best Employers for Diversity and to its 2020 list of America’s Best Employers for Women. A diverse hospital is a more talented, innovative and compassionate hospital where kids can receive better care.

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Cincinnati Children’s employees “take a knee” to decry racial injustice. #whitecoats4blacklives
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For eight minutes and 46 seconds on Juneteenth, employees across Cincinnati Children's observe a period of silence to reflect on racial injustice and how we can make our workplace more diverse, inclusive, respectful, and equitable. Systemic racism is not only an ethical and political issue; it is also a public health threat.

With social equity, all kids can renew hope.