More than 70 children graduated from Dr. Bear's Medical School for Kids on May 14 and learned about healthy eating, dental health, surgery, x-rays, ambulances, and more. The children brought their own stuffed animals and dolls to serve as patients.
The event was hosted by the Children's Circle of Care, a group of leading benefactors who give at least $10,000 annually to the hospital, and the Grateful Family program, which gives patient families ways to help others. See more photos.
If you've had a child treated at Children's National, learn more about the Grateful Family program.