October 2020

In This Issue


Rosie Belleman

Colette Hue

Kevin Proffitt

Jeff Wiesemann

Cindy Duesing, editor

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

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In this era of COVID-19, it's more important than ever that we find meaningful ways to connect with and encourage each other. The stories in this issue illustrate just some of the many ways we're doing that.

This month you'll learn about our kids can campaign and how the care we deliver is helping patients like Allison, Jeffrey and Anna Grace realize their potential.

Meet Katrina Farmer, vice president of Employee Experience, and hear about her hopes for building on our cultural strengths to make Cincinnati Children's an even better place to work.

Ever wonder who's behind the voice that answers the medical center's main number? Get a behind-the-scenes peek at the Customer Connections team.

You'll find stories about two physicians--Chuck Schubert, who is making an impact on families locally and globally, and Emmanuel Chandler, who aims to change the conversation about racism and healthcare.

You can also get information about United Way volunteer opportunities and how to organize and preserve your department's history.

If you've missed previous issues of "Inspire," you can find them here:

September 2020

August 2020

July 2020

May 2020

If you have story ideas for future issues, drop us a line at employee_communications@cchmc.org.

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