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Hope for a Healthy Serena

A devastating fetal cardiology evaluation left Valerie and Roy feeling hopeless and confused about their baby’s future. They sought out additional care at Children’s National Hospital’s Prenatal Cardiology Program, where specialty care and expertise reassured the family. Today, Serena is a healthy and happy toddler.

Keeping Pryce Safe and Healthy

When Pryce was born, he arrived at Children’s National Hospital after an emergency at a local hospital meant it wasn’t safe for him there. Our care team kept him protected and healthy until his mom, recovering from a C-section, could join him.

Canine Compassion for Kids

Sprout is the newest addition to the facility dog team at Children’s National Hospital. These calm, highly trained dogs spread joy and comfort to kids, families and staff. They also help with procedures and therapies to get kids back to being kids faster.

Care That Changed a Lifetime

When Tyler was born, he received complex, lifesaving surgery from Dr. Kurt Newman, now Children’s National President and CEO. Twenty-one more surgeries would follow. Tyler, now 32, says care from Dr. Newman and his team gave him a healthier, happy life.

Healthy Moms, Healthier Babies

U’nek Clarke is a perinatal behavioral health specialist at Children’s National Hospital. She provides mental health care to new moms and helps families build stronger foundations. Good maternal mental health before, during and after pregnancy, she says, can help a family thrive for generations.

Helping Victoria Run and Play

Victoria came to Children’s National Hospital as a toddler. She had mild cerebral palsy, a neurological condition that affects movement, balance, and posture. Exceptional care helped her graduate from needing a wheelchair. Now she has the freedom to run and play.

Saving Vincent’s Life

Vincent was a tiny newborn when he suffered a ruptured aneurysm. Quick thinking, emergency surgery and compassionate care at Children’s National Hospital saved his life.

Helping Zariyah Heal

Before Zariyah was born, imaging showed that her kidneys were not functioning properly. Doctors at Children’s National ― and a loving cousin who donated a kidney ― helped Zariyah grow into a happy, healthy child.