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Maureen Monaghan, Ph.D., CDE, participated in a panel emphasizing the integration of physical and mental health in the care of young patients as part of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day.
To better serve pediatric patients and families on the Eastern Shore, Children’s National Cardiology services moved to a new, larger clinic space in April.
Children’s is one of the few pediatric hospitals in the country, and the first in the region, using EOS® imaging technology to gather high quality, full body images.
Children’s National Health System is proud to once again receive the Leapfrog Group’s prestigious Top Hospital designation in recognition of the safe, quality care that we deliver every day to our patients.
We’ve blocked off time for urgent appointments and created a separate phone line to address your concerns about your patients with fractures.
Children’s National Health System is an early adopter of a magnet-based spinal growing rod technology that could become the gold standard for treating severe early onset scoliosis.
Children’s National is honored to receive the District of Columbia Hospital Association’s (DCHA) 2016 Patient Safety Award for developing and implementing Quality and Safety Boards in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (ICU), improving outcomes for some of our most fragile patients.
In partnership with the George Washington University, Children’s National Health System has developed the mid-Atlantic’s first dedicated transitional urology clinic to manage complex patients on the cusp of adulthood.
Researchers at Children’s National Health System are spearheading a clinical trial to assess the viability of a novel treatment option for pediatric patients with the most severe forms of sickle cell disease.
Recent surgical advances are revolutionizing outcomes for adults suffering from achalasia and gastroparesis disorders that affect peristalsis in the esophagus and stomach, and two Children’s National physicians have traveled to locations across the country for specialized training to bring these procedures to pediatric patients in our region. Children’s National Health System is one of a few institutions nationally bringing advanced surgical treatments for achalasia and gastroparesis to pediatric patients.
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