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Happening now at Children's National Hospital
For the third time, we received the Magnet designation for demonstrating the highest standards in nursing. We're proud of our nurses and the outstanding care they provide for the children in our community.
The magazine’s annual "Top Doctors" list, featuring the region’s best care providers, named 95 Children’s National Hospital physicians from 27 specialties. "Top Doctors" are nominated by their peers from local hospitals.
Joelle Simpson, M.D., an emergency room physician, became the first Children's National frontline worker to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, marking the start of our process to vaccinate staff members throughout the organization.
Recognized experts in pediatric health
Top 10 in the Nation and #1 for Newborn Care
We're proud to be named one of the top 10 pediatric hospitals in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. We are ranked #1 in neonatology and have six additional specialties ranked in the top 10.
Recognition in Patient-Centered Care
All Children’s National primary care practices in Washington, D.C., and Maryland have received National Committee for Quality Assurance Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition.
Our Care Earns Nursing’s Highest Honors
Only 7% of hospitals nationwide earn Magnet® status, awarded for excellence in nursing and patient care. This designation affirms our commitment to family-centered care.