The Brachial Plexus Center extends care beyond medical treatment to include support services. While a family’s primary concern is the treatment their child will receive, it is both important and comforting to know what to expect whether your child is here for an outpatient clinic appointment or if your child must stay at the hospital.
Transportation, Lodging, Directions and Interpreter Services
Families traveling to Cincinnati from outside the Cincinnati area can receive assistance with lodging, transportation, discounts offered by local attractions and other needs.
Learn more about the services available for out-of-town families.
Patient Care Across the Country
Children from all across the United States as well as other countries come to the Brachial Plexus Center for care from our team of experts. At each clinic, five specialists from different disciplines collaborate in a single location to develop fully integrated treatment recommendations.
The results speak for themselves: according to surveys, patient families report a 97 percent satisfaction rate with the care they receive at the Brachial Plexus Center.
Guest Services assists families traveling from outside the Cincinnati area in making travel and lodging arrangements when they bring a child to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center for care. Representatives provide information about a variety of services including hotels, rental cars and transportation to and within Cincinnati.
Of course, your first concern while in Cincinnati is the welfare of your child. There are times, however, when you may need to take a break. Guest Services can help families plan activities and take advantage of discounts offered to families by local businesses and organizations. Please contact a Guest Services representative for information about specific activities.
Cincinnati Children’s is proud to care for children from all over the world. If your family needs help with translation, call Interpreter Services at 513-636-5009 or 1-800-344-2462, ext. 6-1444.
Ronald McDonald House
For more information about the Ronald McDonald House, contact Jennifer Goodin, executive director of the Ronald McDonald House of Cincinnati, 513-636-7642 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brachial Plexus Family-to-Family Support
One of the most meaningful sources of support can be another family who has experienced parenting a child with a brachial plexus injury. Connecting with another family can help you to feel more comfortable and optimistic about the future. That’s why we created the Family to Family Program.
Download a Brochure
Download a Family to Family program brochure.