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Autism Awareness Month Raffle

Autism Awareness Month Raffle

​April is Autism Awareness Month and NECP CARES will be selling raffle tickets for four different baskets which have been created by our amazing staff. For more information about the baskets, click ‘keep reading’ below.

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We’re going ELECTRONIC!!

We’re going ELECTRONIC!!

​We are excited to announce that Northeast Cincinnati Pediatrics will be converting to Electronic Medical Records as of May 19th. Click below for more information.

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Marilyn Boerio, CNP Announces Retirement

Marilyn Boerio, CNP Announces Retirement

Dear patients and families of Northeast Cincinnati Pediatrics, I would like to inform you that, after long consideration, I plan to retire June 1, 2014. This has been a bittersweet decision for me, because I have truly loved practicing as a Nurse Practitioner and caring for so many children. Working with children and their families, I believe, is a gift to be treasured.

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Team NECP CARES walks for kids

Team NECP CARES walks for kids

On September 28th, Team NECP CARES participated

in the Cincinnati Walks for Kids to help raise money for Cincinnati Children’s

Hospital Medical Center. As a team, we

raised $510 for Children’s Hospital!

See the full story to view photos from the walk.

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Help us Cure Childhood Cancer

Help us Cure Childhood Cancer

​During the month of September we are raising money to help combat Childhood Cancer. We will be selling tickets for 5 different raffle baskets that will be given away at the end of the month to one lucky winner each. We are also walking at the Cincinnati Walks for Kids on September 28th to raise funds for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital’s Hematology and Oncology Department. We hope you will help us take one step closer to curing Childhood Cancer!!

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Happy Nurse’s Week!

Happy Nurse’s Week!

​At Northeast Cincinnati Pediatrics, we think we have the best nurses around! Check out our Facebook page for photos (and fun descriptions) of our amazing nurses!

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Calling All Blood Donors!

Calling All Blood Donors!

NECP is sponsoring our first (hopefully annual) blood drive

in conjunction with Hoxworth Blood Center in Mason, Ohio. The donation day will be Monday, May 20th

from 12-7:30 at the Hoxworth Blood Center in Mason, OH. Donors must be over the age of 17 years (or

16 years with a parents permission) and weigh at least 110 lbs. Appointments are recommended but walk-ins are

also welcome. Mention the code “NECP” at

the time of donation to be entered to win 2 tickets to a Reds game!

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Help us Make a Wish Come True

Help us Make a Wish Come True

NECP C.A.R.E.S is taking on a huge challenge this spring. We plan to raise $6000 for the Make a Wish foundation by June 15th, 2013. This is the date of their 10th annual Cincinnati Walk for Wishes at Sawyer Point. We are asking employees as well as our patients and their families to consider donating to this wonderful cause. Walk for Wishes® is a family-friendly, community walk that raises funds to grant the wishes of children battling life-threatening medical conditions. Their goal is to raise $75,000 to fund the wishes of local children battling life threatening medical conditions. We want to help them reach that goal by donating $6000 (which is the average cost to fund one wish). Did you know that if each of our patients that we see in the office between now and June 15th would donate $1, we would exceed our goal of $6000! We ask that you consider donating to our team so that together we can Make a Wish Come True!!

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NECP patient is the National Ambassador for the March of Dimes

We at NECP are so proud of our patient, Nina Centofanti, who was chosen to represent the March of Dimes this year as their National Ambassador. Nina is traveling the country to raise funds and awareness for the March of Dimes. Nina was born 9 weeks early and required multiple life saving interventions during her early days in the NICU. Without research funded by the March of Dimes, she may not have had such a positive outcome.

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