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Pioneering the Future of Child Health
2012 was a landmark year for Nationwide Children’s Hospital as we completed our new 750,000 square-foot patient tower and our third research building, culminating the largest U.S. children’s hospital expansion.
As one of the largest and most comprehensive pediatric hospitals and research institutes in the United States, we are home to the Department of Pediatrics of The Ohio State University College of Medicine as our faculty trains the next generation of pediatricians, pediatric specialists and scientists.
We invite you to experience how we are pioneering the future of child health at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, highlighted in our 2011 - 2012 Academic Annual Report.
A Message from Steve Allen, MD, Chief Executive Officer, Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Our new Nationwide Children’s Hospital campus redefines the patient experience and supports the growing demand for services from our world-class physicians and scientists. Together, we are realizing the grand aspirations of our strategic plan of creating optimal health for every child. We were also gratified to be on U.S.News & World Report’s Honor Roll list for the Best Children’s Hospitals. Throughout this report, we’re highlighting progress through our pioneers in innovation.
Our longstanding academic collaboration with The Ohio State University continues to strengthen and grow beyond education and research as we work together to address population health issues like reducing the incidence of preterm birth in central Ohio. And we’re proud to expand other collaborations, including our Partners for Kids health care delivery model, which is reaching new recipients through a partnership with Akron Children’s Hospital and a $13.1 million federal Health Care Innovation grant.
Thank you for taking the time to learn more about how Nationwide Children’s Hospital is expanding beyond the traditional notions of a pediatric healthcare system. When it comes to children and their healthcare, everything matters to us.