Division of Pulmonary Medicine Annual Report

US News Badge PulmonologyThe Division of Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine at Nationwide Children’s Hospital provides the highest quality clinical care for children and adults with congenital respiratory disorders including asthma, cystic fibrosis, primary ciliary dyskinesia, interstitial lung diseases, disorders of breathing control, sleep-related breathing disorders, hemoglobinopathies and neuromuscular diseases. Additionally, our providers care for those approaching and following lung and heart-lung transplant, advanced lung disease management, and for management of those requiring long-term mechanical ventilation. Given the many challenges these children and their families face, it is important that the care we deliver is multidisciplinary and often multi-specialty in nature. Another extremely important part of our mission is to provide medical education to prepare the next generation of clinicians, scientists and educators.

Karen S. McCoy, MD

Modulator Therapy Improves Lives of Patients With Cystic Fibrosis With Severe Lung Disease

The development of cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) modulator drugs, most recently elexacaftor/tezacaftor/ivacaftor (ETI), has transformed the treatment of patients with cystic fibrosis. A new study from researchers at Nationwide Children’s Hospital shows that ETI therapy has the potential to change even the lives of patients with advanced lung disease.

Join the Pulmonary Medicine Team at Nationwide Children's

Resident and Patient

Physician Careers

Nationwide Children’s Hospital is always looking for excellent board certified and board eligible pediatric physicians to join our Medical Staff.

Three pharmacy residents having a discussion

View All Open Pulmonary Medicine Positions

View all open positions in Pulmonary Medicine and find your passion and your purpose.

Girl in exam room

Pediatric Pulmonary Fellowship

The Pediatric Pulmonary Fellowship engages physician trainees with clinical experience, focused learning opportunities and research. Program completion will fulfill the requirements for Pediatric Pulmonology certification by the American Board of Pediatrics.

Nationwide Children's Hospital Annual Report 2022-23

Nationwide Children's Hospital 2022-23 Annual Report

At Nationwide Children’s Hospital, we’re not just committed to transforming our organization.

We’re dedicated to transforming child health care for every family, even if they never step foot on our campus. We’re doing this through perseverance, commitment and an unwavering faith in our team’s ability to achieve the high bar set in our most audacious strategic plan yet.

With One Team and One Focus – Leading the Best Outcomes for Children Everywhere – we are proud to be Nationwide Children's Hospital.

Download PDF Request a Print Copy


Nationwide Children's Hospital Exterior

Sign Up for PediatricsOnline

Subscribe to PediatricsOnline, a digital newsletter personalized for the pediatric provider to deliver up-to-date resources, research announcements and more.

Doctor playing with patient

Clinical Tools

Access practice tools, case studies and additional resources for your practice. 

Dr. Mike Patrick in his PediaCast podcast studio.

Pediacast CME

PediaCast CME offers free Continuing Medical Education credit to listeners, covering a wide range of pediatric topics along with faculty development episodes—so pediatric teachers and researchers can improve skills at every level.


Pediatrics Nationwide

Get the Latest News and Information in Pulmonary Medicine

Pediatrics Nationwide is published by Nationwide Children's Hospital to advance the conversation on child health. We are a valued channel for knowledge exchange among pediatric clinicians and researchers. new stories are published weekly, with two print issues each year.

Learn More