About Us

Nursing Leadership

Nursing Leadership serves as a forum for nurses to have a voice in decisions that directly impact the care of patients and families at the unit, department, and system levels and to improve the care of patients and families through quality and performance improvement.

In 2010 Children’s National Health System attained Magnet® recognition as part of the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program®.

Magnet Designation

In 2010 Children’s National Health System attained Magnet® recognition as part of the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program®.

Our Environment, Mission, and Vision

Nurses at Children’s work in a diverse, family-centered, collaborative environment that operates under a “Shared Leadership” model focusing on evidence-based nursing practice and research. Children’s nursing staff always aims to provide optimal care and achieve excellent patient outcomes in an error-free setting.

Nurse Achievements and Recognition

Nurses at Children’s consistently go above and beyond their daily duties to excel at their jobs, contribute to their communities and further the nursing profession. For these efforts, Children’s nurses have attained local and national recognition.

In The Community

Nurses at Children’s are highly loyal to the hospital and fully dedicated to our patients and their families. As respected and sought after health experts in the community, many of our nurses go above and beyond the duties that their jobs entail by reaching out and supporting a wide range of national and local causes and organizations.

Professional Growth and Development

We're committed to providing our team of nurses with the professional growth and development necessary to maintain the highest levels of care for our patients.