COVID-19 Vaccines Available for Ages 6 Months and Older
Nationwide Children's is now offering the COVID-19 vaccine for children 6 months of age and older.
Welcoming Nationwide Children's Hospital – Toledo
We are committed to continuing the strong legacy of care offered by Mercy Health – Children’s Hospital, providing Toledo-area families with access to the highest quality pediatric care.
Giving at Nationwide Children’s
A gift of toys, games or activity supplies can make a big difference to children and families spending time in the hospital.
Updated Visitor Guidelines in Place
Effective April 6, visitor guidelines have been adjusted to pre-pandemic seasonal restrictions. Visitor guidelines will remain for select inpatient units, and there are no longer restrictions for outpatient visits.
For your continued safety, and the safety of our staff, all visitors and patients over age 2 must continue to wear a medical mask at any Nationwide Children’s location.
A Great Place to Work
Nationwide Children’s Hospital has been named one of “America’s Best Employers” by Forbes. We are the top ranked hospital in Ohio and 9th among all hospitals in the United States.
Once Again Named Best of the Best
Nationwide Children’s Hospital has once again been named to U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospitals Honor Roll, this year at #9.
Formula Shortage: What Parents Can Do
The infant formula shortage that is currently impacting the United States has reached an unprecedented level. It has left families wondering what they should feed their children if they cannot find their usual formula.
Every Story Matters
“The transition from the military to the civilian workforce can be a daunting task, primarily due to the unknowns, like education requirements and field of employment. This information motivates us, as members of the Military Employee Resource Group, to help reduce anxiety and create awareness around hiring for our transitioning service men and women.”
“I am a former patient of Nationwide Children’s. I was treated for bone cancer here from 2003 to 2006, during my active treatment phase. That’s really when I discovered the therapeutic benefits of music. Music was the only thing that would help manage my pain sometimes, or help me cope with my own illness. When I found out about music therapy as a career, it felt like I was called to do it. I pursued that and I was l lucky enough to get hired here. It’s come full circle for me.”
“Being a member of the LGBTQ+ community has made me aware of the inequalities and discrimination that many of our patient and families face every day and the consequences that this can have on their health. Being a part of the LGBTQ+ community has also given me the strength to help advocate and fight for those who are facing these challenges, especially the most vulnerable, the kids.”