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The Autism Support Team works to ensure that Children’s National is more of an autism-friendly hospital, where a team approach helps put patients with unique needs at ease.
Beth Jarosz, RN, MS, has been at Children’s National for more than 26 years and has worked in areas such as the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and Cardiology. Learn about her work and one award she has won.
Pediatric anesthesiologist Carroll Vazquez-Colon, M.D., provides safe anesthesia and pain management to patients undergoing surgery at Children's National.
Clarissa Dudley, M.D., MPH, is a pediatrician for Children’s National Goldberg Center for Community Pediatric Health. She embodies the center’s mission to build healthy communities.
When Courtney M. Jones, RN, BSN, began her career in labor and delivery, she found herself drawn to teenage mothers. So when she moved to school nursing, she knew a high school was the place for her.
Craig Woodside always wanted to be in the medical profession, but it took him a bit of trial and error to find the right patients.
Debbie Lafond began her career at Children’s National in 1991 as a clinical coordinator of the IV therapy team, and joined the department of Hematology/Oncology a year later as an advanced practice clinician.
"His future depended on the transplant, and I knew I had to do something to help," school nurse Deborah Owens, LPN, says. Learn how Owens went on to educate a community and save one child's life through bone marrow transplantation.
Dorothy Bulas, M.D., works in Children’s National Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology. She is a pediatric radiologist with special interest in cross sectional imaging, particularly ultrasound.
Meet Eileen Walters, a nurse navigator who helped establish new ways to help families navigate and receive care.