Masking and Updated Visitor Guidelines
Effective Tuesday, May 19, patients are limited to one visitor for outpatient visits and procedures and two visitors for inpatient care. Inpatient visitors will undergo temperature screens.
All outpatient and inpatient visitors over the age of 2 will be provided a hospital-grade mask to wear for the duration of their visit.
Join the Meaningful Miles Challenge
Celebrate your love for running, walking, racing and Nationwide Children’s Hospital while making each step meaningful.
Back to School Guide
Whether you’re returning to school in-person, using a hybrid approach, learning online or being home schooled, On Our Sleeves has expert-backed resources to help you take on this school year with confidence.
7 Ways to Improve Resiliency and Reduce Suicide Risk
When a child experiences suicidal thoughts or mental health concerns, it can be worrisome and scary. There are ways for you to support your child and help them learn to navigate an emotional crisis.
Every Story Matters
“As a patient access representative in the admitting office, I am usually the first person the family comes in contact with when entering the hospital. For this reason, I feel it is my responsibility to make their difficult and emotional time as easy and painless as possible. Basically, I treat every patient and family who I encounter as if they were my own family.”
“Being a Hematology/Oncology nurse for 38 years doesn’t make you hardened or unemotional. I still cry with families. We can’t always control their outcome, but if I can make their time a little bit better while they are here, then I have done my job. I wouldn’t trade my job for anything.”
“A lot of people try to say that health differences are because of your genetics. But what we find when we look at the data is, your health is more defined by your zip code than by your genetic code. That’s what we don’t want to be the case. My focus has always been around how we make the population’s health better. How we close those gaps.”