What patients and families need to know
The program is the first in the mid-Atlantic region to fully integrate surgery, urology, gynecology and gastroenterology into one cohesive program for children. It is led by Children's National colorectal and pelvic reconstructive surgeon Marc Levitt, M.D., an internationally recognized expert in the surgical care and treatment of pediatric colorectal disorders.
The prestigious 2020 “Top Doctors” list from Northern Virginia Magazine features 76 Children’s National Hospital care providers across 25 specialties that have been recognized by their peers from eight local hospitals.
Dr. Madigan joined the medical staff at Children's National Hospital in 2004 after a distinguished career in the US Army. Early in his career he completed a fellowship in Pediatric Ophthalmology at Children's National.
Children's National Hospital physicians continue to earn accolades from their peers in a wide array of pediatric health care specialties, with 65 of our doctors - across 26 specialties - named to Washingtonian magazine's 2019 'Top Doctors' list.
Dr. Levitt has been the driving force in enhancing the care of children with colorectal and pelvic reconstruction needs through the development of specialized, integrated and collaborative surgical centers throughout the world, ensuring that more children can have access to quality colorectal care.
Children’s National emergency medicine providers are now providing daily specialized care at Doctors Community Hospital from 1-11 p.m.
In an effort to provide greater access to care for children in Prince George's County, Children's National providers with be administering pediatric emergency care at Doctors Community Hospital.
As they share their research findings and experiences at this annual gathering of pediatric health care peers, Children's National colleagues remain at the forefront of exploring how to improve health outcomes for children in their care.
Children’s National has expanded capacity for comprehensive ear, nose and throat care with the addition of two new specialists.
Dr. Bear Bot, a new robot who lives in the cardiac intensive care unit (cardiac ICU) at Children’s National Health System, was the main attraction at a robot-reveal party in which the robot's name was announced after being voted on by our patients. Dr. Bear Bot completed a 90-day test period in the tele-cardiac ICU at Children’s National, which started in September, and the bot now works as a virtual liaison to connect patients, attending nurses and physicians with Ricardo Munoz, M.D., executive director of the Telemedicine (Virtual Care) Program and the division chief of critical cardiac care, and Alejandro Lopez-Magallon, M.D., a cardiologist and the associate medical director of the telemedicine program.
Children’s National hosts and participates in many continuing education events throughout the year for health care providers, including Grand Rounds, Virtual Lunch and Learns, conferences and symposiums.Learn more