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Meet the Pediatric Colorectal and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery Team

Leadership

Gastroenterologists

Gynecologists

Neurosurgeons

Urologists

Surgeons

Advance Practice Providers

Nurses

  • Languages Spoken

    English

    Biography

    Justine Gagnon, BSN, RN, CPN, earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Maryland in 2013, joined the Children’s National team as a nurse intern in 2012, and then begun her nursing career as a staff nurse in the Nurse Residency Program on the Surgical Care Unit in 2013. As a staff nurse on the Surgical Care Unit she earned her certification in Pediatric Nursing and was first introduced to the colorectal patient population. In 2018, Justine transitioned into a leadership role as a Shift Coordinator on the Surgical Care Unit. She now serves as a Clinical Nurse Coordinator for Colorectal and Reconsructive Surgery at Children’s National. Justine is excited for the opportunity to improve care for pediatric colorectal patients in our nation’s capital and around the world.

  • Ambulatory Nurse Case Manager

    Locations

    Languages Spoken

    English

    Bio

    Kenia Hall is a bilingual (Spanish/English) certified nurse case manager with 3+ years of experience in care management. Kenia serves as a liaison between patients, families, providers and payers by ensuring the congruity of care between providers and specialties and by helping patients and families meet their health care need and goals.

  • Nurse Clinical Coordinator

    Locations

    Languages Spoken

    English

    Bio

    Meghan Mesa, BSN, RN, CPN, has been a nurse at Children's National Hospital for 14 years, and is a Certified Pediatric Nurse. She graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelor's degree in Nursing in 2006. After graduation,Meghan began her career as a staff nurse at Children's National caring for post-operative surgical patients in the nurse residency program. In 2016, she transitioned to the Clinical Instructor position on the inpatient Surgical Care Unit where she remained until joining the Colorectal Center program in 2019 as one of our Clinical Nurse Coordinators. Meghan is excited to be a valuable part of the collaborative team and is passionate about caring for children with colorectal conditions.

Anesthesiologists

Pathologists

Radiologists

Fellows

Care Team Professionals

Nursing Team

Coordinators

Child Life Specialists