Children’s Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (CASD) provides evaluation and treatment services for children with atypical or complicated developmental disorders. The Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders has four key areas.
Although chest wall conditions are actually quite common in children, Children’s National’s team of pediatric specialists have the experience to accurately diagnose the condition and understand how treatment affects a child who is still growing.
The Child and Adolescent Anxiety Program (CAAP) at Children’s National is a specialized treatment clinic devoted to carefully assessing and effectively treating a wide range of anxiety disorders common among children and adolescents.
The Center’s team of medical professionals provides comprehensive examinations (conducted by pediatricians and nurses who specialize in forensic issues), treatment of sexually transmitted diseases or injuries, and trauma counseling for child victims of all forms of maltreatment (provided by psychologists and clinical social workers who specialize in childhood trauma and abuse).
The Child Development Clinic at Children's National Health System evaluates more than 1,500 children each year from birth to 4 years of age with developmental concerns.
The Complex Care Program, located in the Children's Health Center, our integrated model allows us to provide primary care and consultative services to children with complex conditions.
The Complex Salivary and Endocrine Surgery Program at Children’s National Health System treats problems that occur when a child cannot control oral and facial muscles.
Each year, the Comprehensive Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center treats more than 200 children and teens with bleeding, clotting, and platelet disorders.
The Craniofacial Program at Children’s National brings together experts from 10 pediatric disciplines to provide complete care for children with craniofacial disorders. Our multidisciplinary pediatric team helps more than 400 children every year.
With the only pediatric, cardiac, and neuro intensive care units in the immediate Washington, DC, area, Children’s National Health System is the region’s leading provider of critical care medicine for seriously ill and injured infants and children.
Children’s National's Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Center offers a multidisciplinary team of specialists who see to all aspects of care for inpatients and outpatients of all ages with CF.
Children's Pediatric Dentistry is a comprehensive oral health program specifically designed for young patients, from check-ups to complex dental procedures, with a team that knows how to make a visit at the dentist’s less painful and more comfortable.
The Division of Dermatology at Children's National Health System continues to expand services as more families seek our expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the skin, hair, and nails.
Our Childhood and Adolescent Diabetes Program is the largest pediatric diabetes program in the Mid-Atlantic region, providing care for children and young adults from Washington, DC, Virginia, Maryland, and West Virginia.
The Division of Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology has a team of expert physicians, board-certified pediatric radiologists, technologists, pediatric anesthesiologists, and nurses, specially trained to provide pediatric radiology services for infants, children, and adolescents.
Children’s National has the only dialysis facility in the Washington, DC, region dedicated exclusively for infants, children, and teens.
Children’s National Health System’s Disorders of Sexual Development Clinic provides specialized diagnostic, evaluation, and treatment services for children with a variety of rare and complex diseases.
Children's National Health System has the only dedicated Down syndrome clinic in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. The clinic is a specialized program coordinated through the Division of Genetics and Metabolism.