Coronavirus Update:What patients and families need to know
The hospital is recognized with the award for its efforts to empower Mended Little Hearts volunteers and make it possible for the group to provide peer support and education to children and adults with congenital heart disease, their families and the surrounding communities. Mended Little Hearts is one of the top organizations in the U.S. for patients with congenital heart disease and their families.
In this update, you'll learn about an important change to our provider portal, what's happening with psychology programs at Takoma Theatre and see how many children our new Division of Colorectal and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery has helped in its first year.
In this update you'll find news on rapid COVID-19 testing, Business of Pediatrics registration, paperless clinic notes and more.
Level 4 is the highest Level of Care designation and is based on the KidNECT Care Model which encourages family networking, education, comprehensive coordinated care and transition support as well as leadership in Turner Syndrome (TS) research.
The magazine’s 2020 "Top Doctors" list highlights the region’s best physicians from a wide array of specialties as nominated by their peers in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
Dr. d'Udekem, a world-renowned pediatric cardiac surgeon, will also co-direct Children’s National Heart Institute.
The Focused Ultrasound Foundation has designated Children’s National Hospital as the first global pediatric Center of Excellence (COE) for using Magnetic Resonance Guided High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (MR-HIFU) to help patients with specific types of childhood tumors.
Learn how you can provide comments as part of Children's National application for re-designation as a Magnet organization.
A new Children's National study — detailed in the article “Comparison of Clinical Features of US Children With COVID-19 vs Seasonal Influenza A and B” in JAMA Network Open — showed no statistically significant differences in the rates of hospitalization, admission to the intensive care unit and mechanical ventilator use between COVID-19 and flu patients.
New research suggests that children can shed SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, even if they never develop symptoms or for long after symptoms have cleared.
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