What patients and families need to know
Learn more about our research internship, fellowships and training opportunities that prepare future leaders in the field of pediatric emergency medicine.
Learn more about how the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship prepares physicians to be future leaders in the field of pediatric emergency medicine. The curriculum provides the skills to excel in clinical care, teaching, administration and research.
Learn more about how our Urgent Care Fellowship is designed to prepare physicians for a career in pediatric urgent care medicine as excellent clinicians, administrators, academic thinkers and leaders in the field.
This externship represents a unique opportunity for undergraduate, graduate and medical students to directly participate in clinical research projects, attend research, health care and clinical operations-related lectures, observe overall ED operations, interact with physicians, nurses and other health care personnel, and have the opportunity to create mentorship relationships with physicians.
As the hub of the District of Columbia's Emergency Medical Services for Children program (EMSC-DC), Children's National is leveraging the expertise and data of our emergency department teams with our local emergency response system to provide improvements in pediatric medical care. EMSC is a national program that works to improve the quality of pediatric medical care, with the goal of reducing childhood morbidity and mortality that results from severe illness or trauma.