Rosa worried when her son Jeffrey didn’t feel well for days. She brought him to our emergency department for world-class care not far from her neighborhood.
Child psychiatrist Bhavin Dave helps lead one of the country’s longest-running pediatric mental health programs. The Early Childhood Behavioral Health Program at Children’s National Hospital supports some of our youngest patients with therapeutic interventions to help them lead healthier lives.
Dr. Catherine Bollard leads clinical and research efforts to treat cancer and other inflammatory diseases by strengthening the immune system using cell therapy. Her work helps kids lead fuller, richer lives with fewer damaging side effects.
Maya Kidane had a dream in her heart as an undergraduate at the University of Maryland. She wanted to become a pediatric nurse. The Conway Nursing Pathway Program — created through philanthropy — made that dream a reality.
Soon after Bella was born, doctors discovered a rare brain disorder that causes constant seizures. A pioneering procedure developed by Children’s National Hospital stopped her seizures. Today, Bella is a healthy preschooler.
Before Zariyah was born, imaging showed that her kidneys were not functioning properly. Doctors at Children’s National ― and a loving aunt who donated a kidney ― helped Zariyah grow into a happy, healthy child.
Our hospital provides heartfelt, family-focused care even during the hardest times. When we combine our care with advancements in areas like telehealth, we can help families wherever they are.
Chloe arrived at our hospital sick and scared. When she was well enough, visits from Barney, one of our facility dogs, made her feel a whole lot better.
A generous gift will give researchers at Children’s National a rare opportunity to study up close the fragile developing human brain.
Dr. Adré du Plessis is on a quest to help babies get the best possible start in life. The key to success: diagnosis and care at the earliest stage before they are born.
LaShundra Collins Young is a speech-language pathologist with a knack for helping children express what she calls their hearts’ desires.
Matt was 10 when he came to our emergency department in life-threatening diabetic ketoacidosis. Dr. Fran Cogen helped his family cope and enabled Matt to get back to the business of being a kid again.