About Us

Founded in 1883, Cincinnati Children’s vision is to be the leader in improving child health. A 587-bed, not-for-profit organization, Cincinnati Children’s serves as the only children’s hospital in the Cincinnati metropolitan area (population 2.3 million). It was ranked No. 3 in the U.S. News and World Report Honor Roll of top pediatric hospitals in the magazine’s 2013 Best Children’s Hospitals report and nationally ranked in all 10 subspecialty categories. The cancer program was ranked No. 1 in the country. The pulmonology and
nephrology services were ranked No. 2, and six other specialty care areas were ranked among the top 10 programs. This was the fifth straight year it has been included in the U.S. News Honor Roll of top pediatric hospitals.

CME
The Continuing Medical Education (CME) program at Cincinnati’s Children’s provides activities with the expectation that knowledge and clinical skills of all participants will be advanced and enhanced, leading to improvements in competence, performance and patient outcomes. CME activities and services provided include organizing, promoting, and presenting CME via a variety of formats (lecture, series, conferences, symposiums, webcasts, and online archives) for physicians, APRN’s and other health care providers.

CPE-Ed
The Center for Professional Excellence / Education at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center exists to develop, present and/or support educational opportunities and services that enhance the ability of our customers to deliver high-quality pediatric care. CPE-Ed designs educational programming to meet continuing education requirements for clinical staff.