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Oscar worthy, for both their style and pediatric care

Just call him "Dr. Bow Tie," as a few of his patient do. Dr. Cohen, director of Neurology, began wearing bow ties while living in New York City in his late 20s. ""I like them because they are a bit different and not status quo. They are also fun to tie."

Sunday is Oscar night and, in Hollywood, they will be rolling out the red carpet for stars dropping names like Valentino, Chanel, Dior and McQueen. At Akron Children’s Hospital, we combine style with mission. Our clothing choices typically communicate 2 things – “We love our jobs” and “We love kids.” Take a look at a few of Akron Children’s own style makers.

A mission with heart: Day 3 in Haiti

alcineous of haiti

A group of Akron Children’s doctors, nurses and staff travel regularly to Haiti to help care for the sick children at St. Damien Pediatric Hospital. This post is the last of a 3-part series by Dr. Grace Smith, who gives a first-person account of her most recent medical mission trip there. Read Part 1 and […]

A mission with heart: Day 2 in Haiti

Diane performs a cardiac sonography on young patient

Many of Akron Children’s doctors, nurses and staff travel regularly to Haiti to help care for the sick children at St. Damien Pediatric Hospital. This post is the second installment of a 3-part series by Dr. Grace Smith, who gives a first-person account of her most recent medical mission trip there.

A mission with heart: Day 1 in Haiti

Dr. Grace Smith holding Joe Marvens

Many of Akron Children’s doctors, nurses and staff travel regularly to Haiti to help care for the sick children at St. Damien Pediatric Hospital. This post is the first installment of a 3-part series by Dr. Grace Smith, who gives a first-person account of her most recent medical mission trip there.

A day in the life of an adoptive health pediatrician

adoptive health patient Noah

Dr. Sharon McKee knew she had big shoes to fill when she accepted the job as pediatrician in Akron Children’s Oak Adoptive Health Center in 2014. Founded in 2004, the center recently celebrated its 10th anniversary and also said goodbye to its long-time medical director, Dr. Ellen Kempf, who retired in late 2014. “Oak Adoptive […]

5 nurses tapped for Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership Program

From left to right: Laura Fenster Rothschild, PsyD (from Rutgers, Center of Alcohol Studies), Michael Bzdak, PhD (Executive Director at Johnson & Johnson), Mary Schatz, Heather Edwards, Martha Dewey Bergren, DNS, RN, NCSN, FNASN, FASHA (previous director of research at NASN and lead faculty for J&J program), Michele Wilmoth, Stacey Dailey and Laurel Celik.

Five nurses from School Health Services were among the 51 individuals selected from applicants across the United States to participate in the Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership program, a 2-year fellowship program designed to train school nurses and school or public health administrators in leadership, project management and community health techniques.