A New CEO for Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Tim Robinson, whose leadership as executive VP and CFO has helped build Nationwide Children’s into a preeminent pediatric health care system, will become the hospital’s CEO on July 1.
Reimagining Pediatric Care
As America's second largest pediatric hospital and research center, our doctors and scientists are developing cutting-edge treatments that save lives - innovations we share to help kids everywhere.
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Approximately 25% of children are teased or bullied. This rate doubles for children who have special health care needs. These statistics don’t have to be.
Visitor Restrictions in Place
To protect our patients during viral season, it is necessary to restrict inpatient visitors in all intensive care units, all neonatal units, H4A, H8A and Hematology/Oncology.
Bullying Affects Everyone Involved – Even the Bullies
As parents, it can be upsetting to see children intentionally hurting each other physically or emotionally. However, the presence of bullying behaviors may actually be a sign that help is needed.
Every Story Matters
“I went home feeling empowered and validated, realizing that asking for help is worth it. Most importantly, I left knowing that although my battle with mental health was not over, I had an endless army of fighters standing with me.”
“My team, we get a lot of referrals from our crisis team and inpatient unit so the trend that we deal with is the trend of suicide and how prominent it is in the community. We work closely with families and schools to focus on safety and prevent hospitalizations. All of the small successes along the way are what keep me motivated.”
“I’ve been in the mental health field coming up on 15 years and I’ve worked with a variety of patient populations but I think there’s something special about working with kids. They’re at a pivotal and vulnerable point in their life where you can really make a huge impact.”