Washington, DC 20020
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
To keep our patients, visitors, and staff healthy, we will be closing at 4 pm until further notice. We will continue to offer telehealth visits during our evening hours as well as appt. scheduling and nurse advice. This change is temporary during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn about the differences, safety profiles and effectiveness of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, each of which have been approved for children 6 months and older.
The CDC recently issued a health advisory for a common childhood virus called parechovirus after receiving reports of infections in newborns and young infants across the U.S. Learn how you can protect your child.
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- Well and sick visits
- Managing chronic conditions, including asthma
- Care for children with disabilities
- Dental check-ups
- Adolescent healthcare
- Hearing and vision screening
- Healthy Generations
- Immunizations and flu shots
- Newborn exams
- On-site psychology services
- WIC-special supplemental food program
- Behavioral problems
- School and learning problems
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.
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Keep Your Kids Healthy and Happy
6 reasons to bring your newborn baby to the emergency department
Here are six things to look out for in your baby that could be signs that they need to go to the emergency department.