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Tim Bonfield

About the Author Tim Bonfield

Tim Bonfield is an associate in Marketing & Communications at Cincinnati Children's. He joined the medical center in 2009 after 17 years at the Cincinnati Enquirer as an award-winning health beat writer, assistant local news editor and Butler-Warren bureau chief. Tim is a proud Cincinnati native and the frazzled father of two teen daughters.


  1. We are proud, proud, proud of Marc, Eva, Sam and the entire team for their performance of “Tikun Olam” in the best sense of these words.

    Abe and Sandy - March 26, 2012 at 10:22 am Reply
  2. We are proud, proud, proud of Marc, Eva, Sam and the entire team for their performance of “Tikun Olam” in the best sense of these words.
    Abe and Sandy

    Abe and Sandy - March 26, 2012 at 10:24 am Reply
  3. I am so proud of all of you. The work you are doing is such a blessing to all. Missing the team.
    Jan Fellows
    Liver Transplant

    Jan Fellows - March 26, 2012 at 2:07 pm Reply
  4. It is very good to see the team in beautiful rainbow fish blue doing their dedicated work together with THE team of Ghana!! Thanks Sam and his mate for THE good lively blog today!! We are ‘s enjoying it over Here in THE Netherlands!!!!

    Nicole, janne , koen and myrte - March 26, 2012 at 3:00 pm Reply
  5. It is most heart-warming to see what CCHMC is doing for the children of Africa. The establishment of a true exchange of ideas, expertise, and cultures is also “spot on!” I have shared this story, along with those of the first trip, with many families from Ghana, and they all say, “Bless you, Cincinnati Children’s.”

    I spent two months at Korle Bu Hospital as a fourth year medical student—truly one of the most significant things I have done in my life—and I am not surprised that everything at Korle Bu is organized and efficient. The doctors there work so hard with so little, and they are absolutely the best of the best. This just brings tears of joy to my eyes – never did I ever think that CCHMC could have such a huge impact.

    Go Team Ghana! We love you!

    Camille Graham MD - March 26, 2012 at 7:12 pm Reply
  6. I have previously traveled to Ghana twice on mission trips. It brings so much joy to my heart to know the team is helping these wonderful people.

    Rebecca - March 26, 2012 at 9:13 pm Reply
  7. Kudos to the Team for doing such good work in Ghana. They can never be thanked enough. I am especially proud of my grandaughter, Julie Guttman, who has been in Ghana before on a like mission. We need more young volunteers for this good work. Go forward Julie!

    Dorothy Engelhardt - March 28, 2012 at 12:34 pm Reply
  8. Such an important life experience for the volunteers. Sam, wishing you a meaningful time in Africa. I know you will come back richer for the experience. Remember the eyes of the parents and children you help as you finish your important work. Wishing incredible success to you all!

    Debby Applefeld - March 29, 2012 at 1:53 pm Reply

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