When not in the hospital, residents like to take advantage of the many opportunities that Cincinnati has to offer. While hanging out with each other and families, our residents enjoy going out to dinner at the fine variety of restaurants located throughout downtown as well as its many suburbs. Sports continues to be a common theme; with professional and college sports prominent in Cincinnati, there’s always an event to attend. Residents have even organized recreational teams in soccer, softball and volleyball. Exploring the Cincinnati Arts scene is rather popular among our residents, ranging from art shows at Essex Studios to free concerts on Fountain Square, main stream shows at Riverbend Music Center, Broadway Across America performances at the Aronoff, and local productions at The Know Theater and Playhouse in the Park. Going out for Graeter’s Ice Cream seems to be a favorite, in addition to catching up on favorite television shows, and of course, sneaking in a few extra hours of sleep.
Not only do our residents like to promote healthy lifestyles, but they like to partake in them as well (especially given how well-fed we are at Cincinnati Children's). Most popular among our ways to stay active include running through many of the Cincinnati suburbs, especially through areas like Hyde Park. Our residents enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, rock climbing and kayaking, and participate in a variety of pick-up and organized sporting teams, and enjoy participating in volleyball, softball, basketball, soccer, tennis and golf. They find time to hit the gym as well, including yoga classes, spinning, zumba and weight training.
To learn a little bit more about our residents, we’ve provided you with our residency demographics, including information about relationship / family status and career plans. Click here to download our Residency Demographic PDF