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Allergy, GI offer eosinophilic esophagitis clinic

For an increasing number of children, a condition known as eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) is greatly impacting their quality of life. ...

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EpicCare Link helps referring physicians access patient information

EpicCare Link is a secure and convenient way for referring physicians to receive information stored in Akron Children’s EMR. As ...

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New Children’s Advice Line offered for referring physicians

Akron Children’s Hospital is launching a new Children’s Advice Line in November to provide assistance and support for referring physicians. ...

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Palliative care team offers coping tips for healthcare providers

It’s estimated that 78 percent of children aged 1 to 19 who die do so in a hospital setting and ...

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What’s New:

June Notes from the Medical Staff President

Thanks to all who attended our recent Annual Meeting. In addition to encouraging reports from Bill Considine and Bob Trabucco, we also heard from: outgoing Credentialing Committee chair, Dr. James Fitzgibbon; Julie Tsirimbidis, leader of our Advanced Practice Center; and Dr. Michael Bigham, reporting on progress made by the Medical Staff PI Committee and the […]

New providers join medical staff in May, June

These physicians and advanced practice providers were granted privileges by the Akron Children’s Hospital Medical Staff Executive Committee. Find all of our healthcare providers on Find A Provider by name, specialty or location.

APP June Update: Introducing the APP Award for Excellence in Clinical Practice

We are pleased to recognize one of our advanced practice providers with the Award for Excellence in Clinical Practice. The award was created in part to recognize an APP practitioner who demonstrates outstanding clinical practice, provides ongoing education, embodies leadership characteristics, contributes to the growth of the APRN or PA profession, and is an advocate for their colleagues, patients and families.

Allergy, GI offer eosinophilic esophagitis clinic

For an increasing number of children, a condition known as eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) is greatly impacting their quality of life. To help manage this complex illness, Akron Children’s now offers the area’s only comprehensive, multidisciplinary clinic for the ongoing treatment of EoE. The clinic brings together specialists from allergy/immunology and gastroenterology, as well as a social worker and dietitian.

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