For hospital president and CEO Bill Considine, every day at Akron Children’s feels like a birthday, a gift shared with staff, patients and families. And while he plans to celebrate his own milestone birthday with family and close friends, he took a few moments to share his thoughts on the occasion with his extended hospital […]
Dozens of families from the Youngstown-Warren area took part in “A Children’s Holiday” tree lighting and anniversary celebration at Akron Children’s Beeghly campus. The event featured cocoa, carols, face painting, cookie and ornament decorating, and a ceremonial groundbreaking for the $18.6 million building expansion project on the Beeghly campus. A few patients assisted with the tree […]
U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, concerned about the financial health of the country’s burn centers, including the 8 in Ohio, introduced a bill to modernize the federal definition of trauma to include burn injuries.
When Charice Fort and her 12-year-old son, Caleb Thurman, travel to Washington, D.C., June 18 – 20, they hope to tell Ohio lawmakers that safeguards like Ohio’s Bureau of Children with Medical Handicaps (BCMH) have made all the difference in their life since Caleb was diagnosed with several chronic illnesses.
Yesterday’s groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate Akron Children’s future, 7-story critical care tower on its Akron campus generated a lot of buzz.
Akron Children’s Hospital is launching a $200 million expansion of its Akron campus to meet the current and future needs of children and their families.