The Division of Epilepsy, Neurophysiology, and Critical Care Neurology combines the expertise of highly specialized pediatric professionals focused on the diagnosis and treatment of neurological conditions that require ongoing treatment and support.
The Executive Function Program provides advanced care for patients with known or suspected neurological disorders, injuries, or other conditions which affect aspects of executive function.
Our oncology (cancer) team offers access to experimental therapeutics, including the newest anticancer drugs.
Correctly identifying a food allergy can be difficult. So, it’s important that your child sees pediatric specialists with particular expertise in food allergy.
Our gastroenterology experts provide expert diagnosis and treatments for children with digestive, liver, and nutrition disorders.
Children's National offers two related programs for children and families, and facilitates opportunities for parents to interact and support one another.
Children's National Health System has the largest pediatric presence in the Washington, DC, area. Our primary care practices are one way we carry out Children's mission to expand access to quality health care and improve health outcomes for children in the community.
The pediatric surgical experts at Children’s National in Washington, DC, provide advanced, comprehensive surgical care for infants, children, and teenagers.
With more than 4,000 visits annually and 12 physicians, Children’s National is now the largest clinical genetics program in the United States.
Children's National Health System's Hand Program utilizes a team approach to treating and correcting pediatric hand ailments. The team consists of pediatric experts in hand surgery, orthopaedic surgery, anesthesiology, plastic surgery, and occupational therapy to provide comprehensive care to patients and families.
The Headache Clinic is a specialized program in the Division of Neurology that evaluates and treats more than 2,000 patients annually.
Children’s National pediatric hearing and speech specialists provide diagnostic, treatment, and group therapy services for children with audiology (hearing) and communication disorders. Because these problems can affect a child’s development, we emphasize early diagnosis and early intervention.
The Hearing Restoration Program at Children’s National has performed cochlear implantations for 15 years.
When your child is diagnosed with a blood or bone marrow disorder, finding the right specialist is the first step in getting quality care, and we have the largest, most comprehensive team in the region.
Our Hepatology Program provides specialized diagnostic, evaluation, and treatment services for children with a variety of liver diseases. The program is coordinated through the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition.
Children’s National has had an HIV/AIDS program since the early 1980s, and treats the majority of HIV positive children and teens in the region. More than 25 years after we diagnosed our first patient, we can point to dramatic progress made in managing and living with HIV.
Our hospitalist physicians ensure that every inpatient is monitored and cared for 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Hyperactivity, Attention, and Learning Problems (HALP) Clinic provides comprehensive evaluations to children and adolescents who present with school problems such as inattention, hyperactivity, impulsivity, and academic underachievement.