You (and your kids) probably have a ton of questions about coronavirus (COVID-19), which is why we've compiled what you need to know about the virus, vaccines and how you can protect your family.
Experts recommend families schedule their teen's first obstetrician-gynecologist visit between the ages of 13-15. Learn more in a Q&A on Rise and Shine, our website with advice for keeping kids happy and healthy.
Get to know the Hospital Campus - Adolescent location
- Well and sick visits
- Managing chronic conditions, including asthma
- Care for children with disabilities
- Adolescent health care
- Hearing and vision screening
- Immunizations and flu shots
- WIC-special supplemental food program
- Behavioral problems
- School and learning problems
- Sports Medicine
All Children’s National primary care practices in Washington, D.C., and Maryland have received National Committee for Quality Assurance Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition. This nationally recognized designation reflects our commitment to patient-centered, coordinated care that supports access, communication and patient involvement.
Director, Student and Resident Education, Youth Pride | Adolescent Medicine Specialist
Director, Youth Pride Clinic | Medical Director, Occupational Health | Adolescent Medicine Specialist
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Keep Your Kids Healthy and Happy
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