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Patients from around the Washington, D.C. region, across the nation and around the world seek our expertise and innovation in pediatric care. Children's National consists of an acute care hospital, a community-based pediatric network, specialty care locations, two emergency rooms and collaborations throughout the region. Learn more about where you can see Oncology specialists.
Located on Michigan Avenue in the heart of Washington, D.C., our 323-bed facility houses physicians practicing over 42 pediatric subspecialties. A leader in the development of innovative new treatments for childhood illness and injury, the nationally and internationally recognized staff of pediatric healthcare professionals at Children's National delivers sophisticated care to thousands of families throughout the region and around the world.
Children’s National Hospital partners with Johns Hopkins to provide pediatric radiation oncology at Sibley Memorial Hospital.
Children’s National Hospital specialty care locations provide families in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia with access to our providers and expert care in their community. Our Montgomery County location has a variety of services that provide children with a range of care options, including dermatology, gastroenterology, neurosurgery and radiology, among others.
The Children’s National Prince George’s County location brings together specialty services previously available at our Upper Marlboro and Laurel locations in a new, larger facility.
Pediatric Specialists of Virginia's Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders is a specialty location that focuses on hematology, oncology and other blood-related disorders.
Jared D.'s Story
Eighteen months after Christopher and Julie Dobry had their son Jared, they noticed something was not right. He was experiencing intense stomach discomfort and digestive issues that seemed to only worsen over time. For years afterward, they traveled from doctor to doctor trying to find the right diagnosis.
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