COVID-19 Resources and Updates
Our experts are continuously updating resources to help your family and keep you informed during the coronavirus pandemic.
Now Open: Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion
The Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion is America’s largest center dedicated exclusively to child and adolescent behavioral and mental health on a pediatric medical campus.
Helping Kids and Families Face Coronavirus
The Joining Hands Fund harnesses the strengths of people helping people. The fund supports employees, children and families affected by coronavirus.
Masking and Updated Visitor Restrictions
Effective Monday, April 6, all staff and visitors are required to wear “procedure” or “loop” masks in all clinical and common areas.
Updated visitor restrictions are also in place. Only one adult may accompany a patient to any outpatient location. All inpatients will be limited to one visitor a day who remains in the patient room.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
Join us and complete our Growing Our Gratitude activity to receive gratitude seeds you can plant and watch grow with your family!
Telehealth: Providing Best Outcomes for Children During COVID-19
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to change the way we live our daily lives, we are adapting and innovating so you and your child receive uninterrupted care. We’re doing this through telehealth visits.
Mask Safety 101: Why You Shouldn’t Mask a Baby
As the coronavirus pandemic evolves, so do the recommendations. Learn why homemade masks may pose more harm than benefit in terms of safety for children under the age of 2 years old.
Every Story Matters
“I care for the respiratory needs of patients. I do everything from monitoring oxygen needs to managing the ventilator of the sickest patients on the unit. Even after 10 years of being at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and 25 years total as a respiratory therapist, I learn something new every day.”
“At a very young age, when I was asked ‘What would you like to be when you grow up?’ my answer was always ‘To help people in the medical field.’”
“I like seeing the change that we get to make in the kids. I like the values that we have and being able to provide care for every child.”