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In order to provide the best care for your child, providers in Rehabilitation Medicine closely collaborate with departments and specialties across Children's National.
Children’s National is the only hospital in the Washington, D.C., area that guarantees that your child will be cared for by an anesthesiologist trained in administering anesthesia specifically to children.
The pediatric heart experts at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C., provide advanced care for unborn babies, children and young adults with heart conditions.
With the only pediatric, cardiac and neuro-intensive care units in the immediate Washington, D.C., area, Children’s National Hospital is the region’s leading provider of critical care medicine for seriously ill and injured infants and children.
The Complex Care Program, located in the Children's Health Center, our integrated model allows us to provide primary care and consultative services to children with complex conditions.
The Division of Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology has a team of expert physicians, board-certified pediatric radiologists, technologists, pediatric anesthesiologists and nurses, specially trained to provide pediatric radiology services for infants, children and adolescents.
Our gastroenterology experts provide expert diagnosis and treatments for children with digestive, liver and nutrition disorders.
The Hearing and Speech Center at Children’s National Hospital provides expert diagnosis and care for children with audiology and communication disorders.
Whether your infant has arrived prematurely or has a critical illness, the Children’s National Hospital top-ranked team assists in coordinating every service you and your baby need, including consultations, assessments, emergency treatments and continuing care.
Our dedicated neurodevelopmental pediatricians and division staff evaluate and coordinate care for patients with developmental needs, from birth through age 21.
Neurological disorders and injuries that affect the brain, including developmental problems and injury from an accident or birth trauma, can influence the way a child thinks, learns, behaves and expresses emotions.