What patients and families need to know
Connecting to the Best Care – From Anywhere You Are
Is your child scheduled for a telehealth appointment? Learn how to set up Zoom before your visit.
Telehealth is the delivery of medical services remotely using technology. Our telehealth team supports families, community providers, subspecialists and partnering organizations by providing more convenient access to quality clinical care and education. World-class care is transcending geographic barriers through digital health.
If your child is seeing our medical team as a telehealth consultation or treatment, please download and read the Consent to Telehealth Consultation/Treatment form: English | Español (PDF). You may also listen to the consent ahead of your appointment: English | Español (WAV). You will be asked to confirm you have read or listened to the audio before your appointment starts.
Patients and families can engage virtually with their child’s care team, while health care providers can connect with Children’s National experts as they develop care plans for their own patients. In the community, our school-based telehealth programs are putting school nurses and students in contact with our physicians to get kids the care they need faster.
Read more about the benefits of telehealth and how our program helps families and health care providers (PDF)
Collaboration with Whittle School Puts Students in Touch with Our Specialists
A Washington, D.C., school is working with Children's National to provide health services to students, including utilizing secure video-conferencing to connect students with physicians at Children's when necessary.
View our video
Leveraging the Latest Technology to Advance Care
Learn how our telehealth team is improving care for children at our main hospital by making use of a new robot that visits patient rooms.
If you’re interested in more information or engaging with our specialists or services, complete this form or view our contact information.
Denice Cora Bramble
Executive Vice President
Chief Medical Officer, Ambulatory and Community Health Services
Division Chief, Cardiac Critical Care Medicine
Executive Director, Telemedicine
Co-Director, Children's National Heart Institute
Medical Director, Telemedicine
Cardiac Critical Care Specialist
Medical Director, Informatics
Associate Director, Telemedicine
Emergency Medicine Physician
Director of Telemedicine
Program Manager, Telemedicine
María Angélica Chacón
Interim Nurse Manager, Cardiac Intensive Care Unit
Director, Childhood and Adolescent Diabetes Program
Division Chief, Endocrinology Program Director, Endocrinology Fellowship
Chief, Pathology and Lab Medicine Director, Transfusion Medicine
Interim Chief, Dermatology
Associate Division Chief, Cardiology
Division Chief, Hospitalist Medicine
Medical Director, School-based Telemedicine Program
Division Chief, Pediatric Outreach Center of Hospital-Based Specialties
Attending in Infectious Diseases
Program Administrator, Cardiac Critical Care and Telemedicine
Supervisor, Telemedicine Technical Support
Senior IT Security Risk Analyst, Telemedicine
Tech Support Specialist, Telemedicine
School Nurse at Whittle School and Studios, Telemedicine