Posted by: Matthew Washam, MD, MPH on Jun 30, 2020


Sometimes it is necessary for Nationwide Children’s to take extra precautions to protect the health of patients, their visitors and staff. With these considerations in mind, learn more about our latest mask and visitor guidelines.

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