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Medical Student Education
Welcome to the Office of Medical Student Education at Children's National, the home of Pediatric Medical Student Education for The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences and Howard University College of Medicine.
We are dedicated to carrying out Children's National’s mission, which includes a commitment to excellence in teaching and GWU Medical Center’s vision to teach with creativity and dedication. We thank you for your interest in the GWU’s Medical Student Programs and look forward to hearing from you soon.
For information about the Office of Medical Student Education, please contact the Program Coordinator, Wilhelmina Bradford at 202-476-5692.
Children’s National Hospital
Office of Medical Education
West Wing 3.5 – Room # 600
111 Michigan Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20010
The goal of the program at Children's National is to expose medical students to academic pediatrics and the many educational opportunities our institution has to offer through a one-month rotation with a variety of experiences.
Children’s National Hospital is the pediatric partner for the George Washington University Medical School (GWUMS) in Washington, D.C. We offer over 30 electives in a wide variety of disciplines including four acting internships (sub-onternships). Learn more about our elective offerings, application instructions and how to get in contact for more information.
International students may inquire about electives through our Office of International Medicine Programs. We have exchange contracts and/or affiliation agreements with a limited number of international Medical Schools. Please read on for contact information or to learn more.
Children’s National is the Pediatric Department for the George Washington and Howard University Medical Schools.
We encourage practicing pediatricians to become involved in Medical Student Education. We thank you for your interest in medical student education and look forward to your continued participation. Please read on and contact us with any questions.