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
“Effective communication is a shared responsibility between health care providers and patients/families, and this falls within the journey to Best Outcomes. Medical interpreters are a critical part of this journey for services provided to limited English proficient patients and families. My goal is to make sure I bridge the communication gap effectively, linguistically and culturally appropriate, so that providers and families make the best health care decisions.”
“Everyone needs to be an advocate for raising awareness about domestic violence. Talk to your neighbors, your faith community and any civic organizations you belong to. You can inspire people to take a stand. Take an opportunity to make an invisible problem visible. That’s the first step towards ending it.”
“As an employee, I have been here for three years and as a volunteer, I have been here for 23 years. My passion for the hospital actually started in my volunteer role. I am still an activity group volunteer and I still volunteer in the Emergency Department on top of my job. I have been fortunate. I consider myself one of the lucky ones who has found their passion.”