Tina Cheng, MD, MPH:
Tina Cheng, MD, MPH, who is currently the Pediatrician-in-Chief at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, will be joining us in November 2020. Dr. Cheng will assume the roles of Chair of the Department of Pediatrics, Director of the Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation (CCRF), and Chief Medical Officer. We are very excited to be welcoming Dr. Cheng to the Cincinnati Children's family this year!
Tina Cheng, MD, MPH
Michael Fisher, President and CEO:
First, congratulations! Earning your medical degree is a significant accomplishment. It’s my pleasure to invite you to consider Cincinnati Children’s for your pediatric residency. We have a long tradition of superior care and superb training.
Families in the greater Cincinnati metropolitan area rely on us. And families across the country and around the world turn to us for leading-edge care for rare and complex conditions. Whether you’re preparing for a career in private practice or academic medicine, you’ll have the opportunity for a broad experience, in a supportive environment under the guidance of world-famous faculty who still love to teach.
I could tell you about our comprehensive programs. Our state-of-the-art facilities. Our commitment to family-centered care. Our leadership in improving the quality and safety of care delivery. Our innovative basic, clinical and translational research. But what stands out for me personally is the Cincinnati Children’s culture.
As proud as we are of our ranking as one of the nation’s top three children’s hospital and one of the top three pediatric departments at a college of medicine, we’re never satisfied. We’re always trying to get better. If you want to be at a place where collaboration, teamwork, innovation and continual improvement are a way of life, join us at Cincinnati Children’s.
President and CEO
Sue E. Poynter Wong, MD, MEd, Residency Program Director:
The Pediatric Residency Program at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital provides you with the opportunity to work side by side with exceptional residents and faculty from all over the world. You will care for patients from a variety of ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds with pediatric problems ranging from primary to quaternary. We are unique in our individualized attention to each one of our resident’s needs and our dedication to family-centered care. This will be your residency, not only as a trainee, but also as the designer of many of your own experiences based on your academic needs and career plans. Upon graduation, our residents enter outstanding fellowships and primary care positions throughout the country. We look forward to answering any of your questions and making this the best experience in your professional career.
Sue E. Poynter Wong, MD, MEd
Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Director, Pediatric Residency Training Programs