At Shriners Hospitals for Children—Cincinnati, the health and safety of our patients, families, volunteers and staff is our top priority. With the rapidly evolving situation regarding coronavirus (COVID-19,) we are closely monitoring local health departments and The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC,) and are actively following their recommendations.

We are working diligently to reschedule appointments postponed during the quarantine. We also understand you may feel some anxiety about bringing your child into the hospital. Our plans to restart routine care have been thoughtfully developed and implemented to keep everyone safe. We are also scheduling some appointments for new patients. If you have any questions, please call the hospital at 855-206-2096.

Families that have appointments of any kind are asked to arrive with ONLY ONE parent or guardian and no additional family members or guests.

When you arrive for your appointment, if you and your child are not already wearing a mask, you will receive one. You will both be screened for illness and will notice new safety precautions in place to promote clean hands, a clean environment, and social distancing.

We are here for you, and look forward to seeing you soon.

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Complex wound & skin conditions

Shriners Hospitals for Children — Cincinnati has treated all ranges of skin conditions since it opened in 1968, and we do it well. Some of the conditions we treat include:

The experience of our physicians, along with a track record of excellence and continuing education, Shriners Hospitals for Children — Cincinnati is a leader in treating these complex wound and skin conditions.

These conditions are always a medical emergency. Seek emergency treatment at your local emergency department.

For additional treatment and/or transfer, call us on our Acute Hotline at 866-947-7840.

Shriners Hospitals for Children — Cincinnati accepts patients for treatment based solely on a child’s medical needs, regardless of a family’s ability to pay.

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