Lee Beers, MD
Washington, District of Columbia 20010
202-476-2123 (for ages 0-11 years) | 202-476-5464 (for ages 12 and older)
National Provider ID: 1245312636
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Improving mental health service access
Two Children's Physicians Quoted in US News Article Covering Mental Health Screening
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and Children's National Receive $6 Million from The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation
Children's National Experts Presenting at American Academy of Pediatrics Conference
DC Department of Behavioral Health Awards Children’s National with Contract to Implement the DC Mental Health Access in Pediatrics Project
Pediatrician Discusses Crossfit for Preschoolers with the New York Times
Pediatrician Weighs in on Community Mental Health
Pediatrician Discusses How Hoffman Overdose May Raise Questions About Drugs
(2005) The 5-Minute Pediatric Consult
FatherSociety for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting
(2007) Fathers of Children Born to Adolescent Mothers: A Descriptive Study
Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting
(2006) Fathers of Children Born to Adolescent Mothers: A Descriptive Study
Providing care to teen parents and their children A model of family centered care
(2006) Contemporary Pediatrics
Providing Care to teen parents and their children A model of family centered care
Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting
(2007) Factors Predicting Early Engagement in an Intensive Home Visiting Program for Adolescent Mothers