2019 - 2020 Annual Report:
A Decade of Remarkable Transformation

Annual Report 2020 In the last decade, Nationwide Children’s Hospital has grown in all dimensions – in clinical care and outcomes, in research and innovation, and in our commitment to social justice and health equity. Join us as we share our achievements from the past year, highlight a decade of transformation and look toward our future. This past year has been a year like none before it. From a global pandemic to continued efforts to end racism and support health equity, Nationwide Children’s has stood with our patients, families and staff as we face these challenges together. We’ve also grown our team, welcoming a nationally renowned expert in quality and safety as our new chief medical officer, among many other talented new faculty.

Our Journey

Our Journey Stories About How We are Achieving Best Outcomes

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Our People

Architects of the Future Architects of the Future, New Appointments and Graduate Medical Education

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Our Programs

Our Programs Leadership, New Faculty, Honors and Grants

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Featured Program

Hematology, Oncology & BMT

The National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health awarded one of its Cancer Moonshot grants to Timothy Cripe, MD, PhD, chief of the Division of Hematology, Oncology & Blood and Marrow Transplant and Elaine Mardis, PhD, co-executive director of the Steve and Cindy Rasmussen Institute for Genomic Medicine at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. This is the second Cancer Moonshot grant awarded to researchers at Nationwide Children’s.

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Behavioral Health

In what appears to be the first study of its kind and recently published in the journal Child and Adolescent Mental Health, clinicians and researchers at Nationwide Children’s have shown that intensive crisis intervention (ICI) is a promising alternative to lengthy hospitalization. Findings also revealed significant reductions in suicidal ideation at the three-month follow-up.

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David Axelson

Milestones of a Decade