Families, don’t forget to check your Medicaid insurance plan. You may need to take steps to reenroll. If you don’t, you may risk having your care disrupted.
Preventing Sudden Cardiac Death in Children and Adolescents
While Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) in children and adolescents is rare, it does happen and is more likely to happen at school or during a sporting event. Learn more about SCA and how to help keep kids safe.
What Is Proton Therapy?
Proton therapy is an advanced type of radiation treatment that uses protons instead of X-rays to kill cancer cells. It's now being offered here in Central Ohio. Learn how it works and what conditions it can treat.
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy: Advancements Research in the Pipeline
Researchers in the Center for Gene Therapy at Nationwide Children’s are leading the way in developing new treatments for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy by participating in studies happening around the world.
Every Story Matters
“I started the Green Team Employee Resource Group to establish a place where every employee of Nationwide Children’s Hospital can collaborate to share thoughts, learn, and take actions so we can minimize our impact on the environment as individuals and as an institution. We share educational content on sustainability concepts, hold webinars and events, and communicate with internal departments to learn about their sustainability successes.”
“I feel so blessed to be a part of this institution that I call home now. I’m originally from Maracaibo, Venezuela. I moved to the USA in 2019 and in 2022 joined the Ohio Perinatal Research Network. Nationwide Children’s Hospital has marked a before and after within my professional and personal life by motivating me each day to come to work and improve what I do and who I am.”
“One of the best parts of my job is helping patients develop a sense of confidence they never knew they had. Our patients face challenges that would be considered difficult even as an adult. There’s nothing better than seeing a patient master a skill that they once viewed as a challenge.”