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Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is a nationally and internationally recognized leader in the treatment and research of pediatric and adolescent diseases. As a result, this institution draws patients from all over the United States and over
30 countries each year who need its specialized tertiary care. Cincinnati Children’s has 587 beds and is the only Level I pediatric trauma center in southwestern Ohio, northern Kentucky and southeastern Indiana. Our pediatric otolaryngologists
on staff at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center are committed to improving the quality of life in children with ENT problems. We provide services to children and promote research at all levels to improve care in the future. We also participate
in the training of medical students, pediatric residents, and specialty fellows within the area of child otolaryngology.
The Holmes Hospital is an ambulatory facility, located at the corner of Eden Avenue and Albert B. Sabin Way. The hospital is home of the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery resident clinic, which sees over 8,000 patients annually.
The Cincinnati Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center is a major 269-bed acute-care hospital for veterans in Southwest Ohio. This facility is a dean's committee medical center and affiliated with the UC College of Medicine. All staff surgeons at
the VA Medical Center have academic appointments at the College of Medicine. General surgery, urology and vascular surgery represent three of the largest volume sections within the VA surgical service. The surgical service continues to encounter a
wide variety of pathological conditions which require surgical treatment, thus providing a significant opportunity for faculty research and a vital cornerstone for the surgical education of residents and medical students.
Medical Sciences Building Room 6507231 Albert Sabin WayCincinnati, OH 45267-0528
Phone: 513-558-4152Fax: 513-558-3231