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.
Preparing Kids for COVID-19 Swabs
The COVID-19 swab is different from anything many of us have ever experienced, and advance preparation can help make the test less scary for kids. Here are some tips for parents.
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
“Being an immigrant myself, I feel that it’s really a privilege that I can actually come to work as part of Children’s team and also serve the communities. Being an interpreter, we are not only providing the language accommodation, we also provide the cultural aspect. When we walk into the exam rooms, the family first sees us and their facial expressions suddenly change from vulnerable or worried to a big smile. They feel like somebody will really understand them and be able to help them. Without language facilitation, families will not be able to receive proper care. And this is all about equal access to health care.”
“Occupational therapy is important because it helps patients improve their daily life skills. Some of these skills include walking, eating, bathing, grooming, dressing and more. Without occupational therapy, a patient may have difficulties trying to regain these abilities. It is so rewarding as a therapy aide to watch our patients improve and conquer their goals.”
“As a physician, I want my patients to remember me as a good listener. I truly want to hear the patient and family’s concerns and let them be part of our team here in sports medicine. Together, we can try to figure out how we get the athlete back to doing what they love to do, which is playing sports.”