COVID-19 Vaccines for Patients and the General Public
Patients and the general public who meet certain criteria, as defined by Ohio Department of Health guidelines, are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
What is Health Equity and Why is it so Important?
Last year, we launched a new movement to “Stand Against Racism, Stand for Health Equity.” But what does it mean to “Stand for Health Equity?”
Your Child’s Health at Your Fingertips
The myChildren’s app now includes MyChart by Epic, so you can access your children’s medical records and health care needs anytime, anywhere.
COVID-19 Vaccine Myths: What You Need to Know
Some people are worried about getting vaccinated because they have heard or read false information. Here's what you need to know.
Every Story Matters
“I was born to a Panamanian mother and an American father. I became an interpreter in 2004 and it has been a great experience. Studies have shown that an effective communication through an interpreter leads to better health outcomes. Nationwide Children’s Hospital supports this by providing an interpreter for everyone with limited English proficiency. My goal is to be an effective communicator in order to achieve the best possible health outcome for our patients.”
“At a very young age, when I was asked ‘What would you like to be when you grow up?’ my answer was always ‘To help people in the medical field.’ My mother passed away when I was a teenager and I took care of my younger brother. It was such a rewarding experience and that reinforced my desire to become a pediatric nurse and bring the same care to other children in need.”
“The most rewarding part of my job is working with an amazing team who share a common passion for helping improve the lives of children everywhere. We get to share all of the expertise and knowledge of the behavioral health team here at Nationwide Children’s Hospital with the community at large. I also love being able to bring this information to communities across the country for free so that anyone can have access to quality child mental health resources.”