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Heralding a New Era in Pediatric Discovery and Innovation
At Nationwide Children's Hospital, the Abigail Wexner Research Institute aggressively supports the discovery of new knowledge and its translation into novel therapeutics and diagnostics tests to advance pediatric research.
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Ohio Medicaid Updates
Families, please check your Medicaid insurance plan. Because of some changes, you may need to take steps to switch your plan or reenroll. If you don’t, you may risk having your care disrupted.
Updated Visitor Guidelines in Place
Visitor guidelines 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 once again been named one of “America’s Best Employers” by Forbes. We are ranked 22nd among all 500 employers and 8th among all hospitals in the United States.
Children's Liquid Pain Reliever Shortage: What Parents Need to Know
It has been a challenging winter for families and pediatricians everywhere. Now, families are having difficulties finding the liquid forms of acetaminophen and ibuprofen.
Every Story Matters
“My role is important to patients and families because it is my job to get them from one destination to the other in a safe and timely manner. When transporting a patient, I always attempt to make parents as comfortable as possible.”
“I’ve been here for about 23 years and held different administrative assistant positions with different departments. At The Center for Healthy Weight and Nutrition, everyone just really loves kids. We have a real compassion for the patients. For wanting them to live healthier. We have a big celebration every year and it’s neat to see the kids after surgeries and even those who don’t have surgery but have maintained their exercise and dieting habits. To see the positivity and how they view themselves differently is rewarding. And sometimes they get to a healthy weight and don’t need to be here anymore, and that is even better!”
“The relationships one develops with patients and families is the key for me. I’m still amazed that parents trust me to care for their child, after just meeting me for the first time. I’m humbled by their faith and trust. I will sometimes see patients or families I cared for 10, or even 20 years ago. From a surgeon’s perspective, it is remarkable!”