At Akron Children’s Hospital, one of our resolutions for 2019 is to do everything possible to ensure there are many more memorable moments for the children and families. Below are our top “In the Moment” posts from 2018. We invite you to take a glance at those you may have missed, or a second peek […]
Archives for December 2018
A jolly old elf made his way through the hospital, as well as our top “In the Moment” posts during December. We invite you to take a glance at those you may have missed, or a second peek at those you’ve already enjoyed. 1. Baby’s first Christmas! Santa made the holiday season much brighter for […]
McKenna Cain was a typical, busy 1-year-old girl. She spent her days trying to master new skills, whether that meant walking the entire length of the family room, speaking her first words or successfully tackling 1 of her 4 older brothers. Her personality was beginning to shine and she was reaching new milestones — socially, […]
Though different viruses cause them, the flu and the common cold are both respiratory illnesses and share similar symptoms, so it can be difficult to tell them apart. Many parents are left wondering, does my child have the flu or a cold?
The 27 pediatric primary care offices of Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics (ACHP), along with the Locust Pediatric Care Group, have been awarded recognition by the National Committee for Quality Assurance Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) program. The PCMH model of care focuses on patient-centered standards. The goals are to improve access to care, enhance communication between […]
There’s a reason Callista and Jason Puchmeyer named their daughter after their doctor, Dr. Melissa Mancuso. After 29 ultrasounds and 3 in utero transfusions, Vincenza Melissa William Puchmeyer was delivered safe and sound Nov. 14 at 33 weeks gestation. The Puchmeyer family doesn’t believe the stork had anything to do with the most recent blessing […]