Children's National Health System training programs offer top-notch medical education and experience complementing our commitment to excellence. Several of our fellowship programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. Fellows participate in a rigorous curriculum providing many research, conference, and learning opportunities.
The Adolescent Medicine Program at Children's National Health System/George Washington University is approved by ACGME and involves clinical, academic and research training.
The Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship is affiliated with George Washington University in Washington, DC.
The Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship at Children's National is an accredited program committed to the training of outstanding physicians dedicated to the care of patients with pediatric cardiovascular disease.
Thank you for your interest in our Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at Children’s National Health System. Learn about our training program, our department, and our institution.
The Pediatric Critical Care Medicine fellowship is a three year program. Clinical responsibilities in the first year will include seven to eight months on clinical rotation (PICU/Anesthesia/CICU).
Children's National offers many fellowship programs in Emergency Medicine and Trauma Services.
Children’s National Health System offers a three year fellowship training program in Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition. Our goal is to prepare fellows to become academic pediatric gastroenterologists.
The Pediatric Hematology Oncology training program is an ACGME accredited, three year training program for physicians that have completed three years of general pediatric training at an ACGME accredited institution.
Welcome to the Children's National Health System's Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship site. We are very proud of our program and its unique training opportunities.
The Medical Genetics Training Program at Children’s National is a two-year residency program in medical genetics—18 months are spent in clinical and laboratory-based training, and six months are protected for research projects.