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To be called Cincinnati Children’s Cold Spring Primary Care, the medical office will include primary care services plus a behavioral health specialist and options for telehealth.
Cincinnati Children’s has more than 18,000 employees, and 10% are young professionals with a bachelor’s degree. The largest segment of young college graduates at Cincinnati Children’s, defined by Forbes as having less than 10 years of experience, work in Patient Services.
The WIC program provides healthy food, nutrition education, breastfeeding counseling and referrals for pregnant individuals, infants up to 12 months, and children up to age 5.
Cincinnati Children’s has become the first hospital in the nation to image a patient with XENOVIEWTM, a novel xenon (Xe) gas blend that enables a safe and detailed view of lung ventilation, since its FDA approval for ages 12 and older in December of 2022.
Cincinnati Children’s is committed to DEI for the long term because it makes a difference – for our more than 17,800 employees, for the people who want to work for us, and for the community.