myChildren's, Nationwide Children's Hospital’s FREE app, provides access to our main campus and offsite locations, wayfinding, physician and service information and more. This app provides simple navigation throughout the hospital main campus as well as door-to-door directions to our over 50 locations - finding your way has never been easier. In addition, you’ll have quick access to physician, service and need-to-know information.
Search for our app titled "myChildren's" or find it under the Medical category. Look for this icon:
NEW! My Child: Customized section for your child(ren) - immunization schedules*, developmental milestones, and more. *Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention Immunization Schedules.
NEW! Health Library: Access an A-Z listing of critical childhood health topics, from stages of growth and development to disease and injury prevention, procedures and tests.
Locate: The nearest Urgent Care Center, Emergency Room at the hospital’s main campus, Close To Home Center, and more.
Find a Doctor or Service: Search for your child’s doctor by name, program or service. View their profile, contact them or find them on the map.
Need-to-Know Information: Get hours, service descriptions, information about what to bring and what not to bring and general main campus information.
Nationwide Children’s in Columbus, Ohio is a premier pediatric hospital and research institute. In 2012, after the largest pediatric construction endeavor in the nation, we will be the second largest pediatric hospital in the country.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital offers MyChart, a web-based and mobile resource for families, to access medical information for your child.
This tool is available for both inpatients and outpatients and some of the features include:
Dr Mike makes Pod Calls! Join us as he answers questions from moms and dads around the world. Plus, you'll get a healthy dose of medical news, parenting tips, interviews with child-health providers, and the latest research findings--with explanations you can actually understand!
FREE APPLICATION - Download the PediaCast App from the iTunes App Store.
PediaCast is now being featured on iHeartRadio Talk! iHeartRadio Talk can be used on your mobile device or on the web. The PediaCast channel features full episodes as well as "PediaBytes", short clips from Dr. Mike's podcast!
Check out Dr. Mike's channel!
What is a QR Code?
QR Codes, also referred to as QR Tags, are barcodes (see left) that when scanned with a Smart Phone QR Code Reader, take users to a website, video or other form of interactive media with more information on the topic they are reading about.
How do I use a QR Code?
To use a QR Code, you need to have a Smart Phone with a QR Code Reader, such as BeeTagg. To download the BeeTagg reader visit http://get.beetagg.com on your mobile phone. Your phone type will automatically be detected.
To learn how to use a QR Code, view the informational video below: