About Children's National Pediatricians & Associates
Your child deserves the best care. At Children's National Pediatricians & Associates (CNPA), we offer high-quality, accessible and compassionate pediatric services for your child from birth to young adulthood.
Our board-certified pediatricians and nurse practitioners focus on the needs of your child. Because each child has unique health care needs that change as they grow, our team understands the importance of focusing on your child’s individual physical and developmental milestones.
The CNPA care team provides care in the community and offers routine primary care including school physicals, immunizations and well check-ups.
One Practice, Two Locations
The CNPA Capitol Hill and Foggy Bottom offices function as one practice with two locations. The two offices share providers, staff and patients. Patients in the practice may be offered an appointment at either site depending on appointment availability.
How We Care for Your Family
Pediatric primary care serves as a medical home for your child. We learn all we can about your child’s health history, social behaviors, medications or any specialists seen. This knowledge helps build a lasting patient/provider relationship with services that are integrated and focused on the well-being of your child.
All CNPA offices have received National Committee for Quality Assurance Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition. We are proud of this recognition, as it demonstrates our commitment to patient-centered, coordinated care for our children and families.
Our passion is serving children and their families. We understand the great privilege a parent entrusts in us to deliver the right care at the right time, in a safe and affordable way. This passion for excellence is our cornerstone.
The team at CNPA firmly believes in the effectiveness of immunizations to prevent serious illnesses and save lives. We also firmly believe in the safety of immunizations. Our offices follow the immunization schedule outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics, which has been scientifically tested for safety and efficacy.
There is no such thing as an approved "alternative" immunization schedule. We will be happy to provide information to help you understand the science behind immunizations, as we have a commitment to our patients to keep them safe and provide the best pediatric care available. This includes giving immunizations on time, according to the CDC/AAP schedule.
Children’s National Pediatricians & Associates' Patient Portal is a safe and secure website that will allow parents to access certain parts of their children’s medical records. The Patient Portal is accessible using computers, tablets and smartphones.