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Michael Fisher to retire as President/CEO at Children’s Hospital

Contributed to high rankings, expansion, diversity Contributed by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Michael Fisher, president and CEO of Cincinnati…

Cincinnati Children’s book helps identify risks of reading difficulties in preschoolers

The Reading House (TRH) is an assessment for ages 3-5 based on a specially designed children’s book, which was developed…

Cincinnati Children’s employee wins Child Life Specialist of Year award

Mattie Dunn, who is a child life specialist at children’s Hospital, has won a national award for her work in…

Anita Lynn Brentley worked in community health programs

Contributed by Mrs. Brentley’s Family  Anita Lynn Brentley, Ph.D., who worked in community health programs, died in Cincinnati, Ohio, January 25, 2020. She was 59. …

Health Care Access Now receives more than $50,000 to expand maternal and child health care coordination programs and scholarships for Community Health Workers

Health Care Access Now (HCAN) was awarded a $50,00 grant from the HealthPath Foundation to support their Maternal and Child…

Cincinnati Children’s ranked No. 2 in nation for best children’s hospital

By Jim Feuer Cincinnati Children’s Hospital/Medical Center Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is the second-best children’s hospital in the country,…

Children’s Hospital to discuss expansion plans

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital is hosting a Community Open House on Thursday, February 8, 5:30-7 p.m.,
at South Avondale Elementary Gymnasium. Information…

Simpson not afraid to fight for community

‘I have not and will not apologize for fighting more for our community’ By Camille Allen with Cincinnati Herald Staff…