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Past Reports

Breaking new ground in pedes 2015


2015 Annual Report : Breaking New Ground in Pediatrics

In the 2015 annual report, Children's National Health System President and CEO, Kurt D. Newman, M.D., wrote,"The dedication and determination of the faculty and staff at Children’s National to find solutions to even the most complex cases is worthy of great praise and celebration." We spotlight the expert providers at Children’s National who have gone above and beyond to make new discoveries and important advancements in their respective specialties.

Read the 2015 annual report.



The Power of Partnerships- Annual Report 2014


2014 Annual Report : The Power of Partnerships

In the 2014 annual report, we shared the diverse, groundbreaking partnerships that helped us make meaningful progress toward giving every child the best chance at a bright and healthy future. "Our collaborators, allies, partners, and friends have truly enabled and inspired us to achieve greater health outcomes for children in the region, across the country, and around the world," wrote Children's National Health System President and CEO, Kurt D. Newman, M.D. 

Read the 2014 annual report.



Annual Report 2013


2013 Annual Report : We Stand for Children

In this annual report, Children's National Health System President President and CEO, Kurt D. Newman, M.D., wrote, "Without question, these are challenging times in healthcare. The climate is uncertain and the landscape is difficult to navigate. But our organization is strong, our path forward is clear, and our focus is resolutely on doing what's best for the children of the region, the nation, and the world. Together, we stand for children." The 2013 annual report "highlights work we have done to implement new ideas, introduce new business models, strengthen our national voice, and increase our value to payors, partners, and the patients we serve," Newman said.

Read the 2013 annual report.