Adam Bonezzi wants to change people’s perceptions about what he does as a mental health technician on Akron Children’s Hospital’s inpatient psychiatric unit.
Archives for July 2014
Akron Life magazine recently released its “Best of the City” issue, a reader-nominated contest that garnered 1,000 nominations. Akron Children’s Hospital received acclaim in 2 categories – best local charity event and best local place to volunteer.
For young women starting their menstrual cycles, many questions may arise for them about what’s normal and what’s irregular when it comes to their period. The range of what’s normal with a young woman’s period is broad.
Tim Crowe began his career at Akron Children’s Hospital in 1990 as a phlebotomist in the lab. Today he is the man in charge of the HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) system for the engineering and facility repair department.
Have you ever looked at your child and wondered where all that curly hair came from? Or why only one of your kids seems to be musically inclined? Or why your family photos look like a sea of freckles? The answer is in your genes – and your environment.
Technology has changed how we stay connected with family and friends, how we shop, pay our bills, work, play, and even manage our health. During a recent radio interview, Dr. John Bober, of Akron Children’s Hospital, also talked about how technology, specifically telemedicine, is making a huge impact in healthcare.