Elected officials and their offices can gather the latest Nationwide Children's data and publications, take a virtual tour of the hospital, and find points of contact for the needs of your office.
Take Action: Keep Medicaid Strong for Ohio's Kids
Over the next few weeks, the U.S. Congress is expected to make important decisions on the future of Medicaid, the government program that provides health insurance for people with low income.
More than half of the children who visit Nationwide Children’s Hospital are covered by Medicaid. We believe it is crucial to their health – and to the health of other children across the country – that their access to care through this program is preserved. Among other important services, Medicaid allows for preventative care for children, so fewer of them need to come to the hospital at all.
Any cut to Medicaid is likely to mean fewer children have health insurance, as our CEO Steve Allen, MD, wrote in an opinion piece earlier this year in The Hill. Any cut will also disproportionately affect children, because such a large percentage of them are enrolled in Medicaid.
Please consider contacting your senator and representative to encourage them to keep Medicaid strong for children. We have created a message that you can use, or that you can customize with your own thoughts and experiences. Download the sample message here.
Thank you for helping communicate this key message about children’s health.
Elected Officials' Tool Kit
Download Nationwide Children's resources below, like a patient visit map, fact sheets and our hospital strategic plan.
Patient Visit Map: A by the numbers graphical break down of our patient visits by county and regional locations
Nationwide Children's Hospital Highlights: A basic overview of our institution.
U.S. News and World Report: Best Children's Hospitals: An overview of what our individual specialties ranked.
- Regional Hospital Affiliations Map
Nationwide Children's Hospital Publications
Learn more about accomplishments and key strategic priorities at Nationwide Children’s Hospital through our annual reports and our monthly publications.