Found in translation Bilingual doctor helps her patients be understood

¿Hablas español? Fortunately, for Spanish-speaking patients at Akron Children’s Hospital, our new hospitalist Denise Lopez Domowicz can. Having moved to the U.S. with her family when she was young, Dr. Lopez Domowicz knows first-hand the importance of being understood when seeking medical attention.

A ‘people doctor’ Dr. Potts’ passion for helping children goes far beyond Ohio

When you’re little, meeting a doctor for the first time can be scary. Doctors wear white coats, use funny-looking tools and always ask a lot of questions. As part of an ongoing series, we’re interviewing our new doctors to help patient families find common ground so they see our doctors as not only clinically astute, but also full of personality that makes them uniquely Children’s. For our first profile, we talked with hospitalist and global health doctor Brittany Potts.

A day in the life of a pediatric hospitalist

Dr. Mike McCabe never had that “aha” moment in his youth some people experience when describing what led them to their life’s work. If you ask him, he’ll tell you his path to becoming a doctor was a journey.

Involving parents and patients in hospital rounds 4 tips to get the most out of family-centered rounds

Akron Children’s, like many other children’s hospitals, considers parents to be vital members of the hospital care team and uses a process called family-centered rounds to improve communication, patient care and teaching.

Doctors help parents understand what happens in a children’s hospital with new blog

Akron Children’s Hospital is pleased to announce a new blog called On The Floor, which is aimed at helping parents understand what happens in a children’s hospital during those times your child needs it.

Amazing hospitalist: Dr. David Chand

Dr. Chand was the hospitalist we saw the most when our daughter, Paige, was hospitalized with lead poisoning. She was only 3 years old and newly diagnosed with autism. The lead poisoning scared us and it broke our hearts to see her connected to all the tubes and wires when in the hospital. I was […]