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Lisbeth Fahey, RN, MSN, is the director of the Performance Improvement Department at Children's National. Fahey works with staff throughout the organization to ensure world-class care is provided to all of our patients.
Lori’s experience with her own child having a complex medical condition has uniquely positioned her to be able to support the families of the patients that she cares for.
She didn't have a medical degree, but when the young administrative assistant who started at Children's National right out of high school stepped into the position as coordinator for Children's National neonatal database, her world opened up.
Marc Levitt, M.D., has been the driving force around the world in enhancing the care of children with colorectal and pelvic reconstructive needs through the development of specialized, integrated, and collaborative surgical centers. Learn more about him in this story.
Marshall Summar, M.D., physician, clinical geneticist and researcher, is best known for his pioneering work in caring for children diagnosed with rare diseases.
Fetal cardiologist Mary T. Donofrio, M.D., authored the first set of clinical guidelines for the evolving specialty of fetal cardiology. Learn about the new guidelines.
Megan Bellagamba was inspired to become a nurse after her twin nieces were born prematurely and she saw the great care they received during their early days in the NICU. She saves lives at the hospital and during her personal time as fellow patron at a restaurant in Virginia, Pam Weil, recounts.
Meet Michelle O'Brien, RN, BSN, who feels a sense of purpose and meaning that makes her proud to be a nurse.
Nadia Fingal joined Children’s National in 2008 after earning her bachelor of science in nursing from Howard University, and she spent her first nine years as a bedside nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
As a primary care provider at Children's Health Center at Good Hope Road, Nadine Camp sees her role as keeping children at their best. "This includes not only their health, but also in their ability to succeed at school, relationships, and beyond," says Camp.