Patients and families come to Cincinnati Children's from all walks of life, with all sorts of conditions.
We are continually amazed at the strength, courage and optimism our patients and their families, no matter what obstacles they face. At Cincinnati Children's, we want to make sure these kids have a healthy and hopeful future.
The stories featured here are only a sampling of the miracles that take place at Cincinnati Children's every day.
When their 6-year-old was diagnosed with a brain tumor, Teresa and Billy were grateful that the world’s best and most advanced cancer care was right in their backyard at Cincinnati Children’s.
When doctors in Luke’s hometown of Dallas were unable to help him, they referred Luke to Cincinnati Children’s for life-saving care at our Cincinnati Center for Eosinophilic Disorders (CCED).
Cincinnati Children’s helped to develop a new device (called CARPEDIEM) that is saving the lives of babies like Brenden, who have advanced kidney disease.
A generous donation from the Kondapalli family will help Cincinnati Children's provide better treatment for kids with Rett syndrome and Rett-related disorders. Learn more.
Our Emergency Department has the infrastructure for best-in-class care in a state-of-the-art facility, allowing us to meet the needs of families like Logan’s.
With help from charitable partners who support research discovery, Cincinnati Children's is forging a brighter future for children and adolescents in our community and around the world.
Generous contributions from Maryssa’s Mission Foundation and Kindervelt are helping families and supporting programs and divisions throughout Cincinnati Children's.