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Are you attending the 2022 Pediatric Academic Societies meeting this week? See a schedule of the more than 20 Children’s National Hospital-affiliated participants at this year’s meeting.
The prestigious list includes 104 Children’s National physicians from 26 specialties. Nominations for Northern Virginia Magazine’s list of “Top Doctors” are generated by a peer survey and panels from eight local hospitals. Each panel nominated the doctors based on internal evaluations, patient reviews, patient access, training and quality of records.
Washingtonian magazine’s “Top Doctors” lists the region’s best doctors nominated by other physicians in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia. Sixty-eight Children’s National physicians are recognized.
In this update, you'll get a glance at our Epilepsy Program, learn about new pediatric emergency care leaders at Doctors Community Hospital, oncology services coming to Fredericksburg and more.
In this update, you'll learn how you can reconnect in-person with our physician liaisons, hear about our Headache Program that helps more than 2,000 patients each year and join us in celebrating Children's National Hospital latest top 10 ranking – and No. 1 ranking for newborn care – in U.S. News & World Report.
In this update, you'll hear about a clinical trial for the COVID-19 vaccine for children under age 12, discover resources for mental health awareness month, learn how a new adult congenital heart disease program in Richmond is helping patients as they reach adulthood and more.
CME credit is available for the spring 2021 Virtual Lunch and Learn series. Be sure to claim yours today.
The Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting, which kicks off today, brings together the pediatric academic community to share research, education and advocacy efforts. This virtual event allows participants to watch sessions live or on-demand at your convenience. Registered attendees can visit the Children's National Hospital booth in the Virtual Exhibit Hall.
Anna Yasmine Kirkorian, M.D., who has been on staff as a dermatologist for the past seven years, has been named the new chief of Dermatology at Children's National Hospital.
The Children's National Hospital community has lost a great friend, colleague and mentor: Arnold H. Einhorn, M.D. He led the residency program at Children’s National for 14 years, evolving it into one of the most sought-after programs in the country.