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Throughout the blizzard, Children’s National remained fully operational and continued to provide quality care and safety for patients, families, and employees. Take a look at some of our staff who weathered the storm in, and out of the hospital.
Children’s National Health System has promoted Rebecca Cady, Esq., BSN, CPHRM, DFASHRM, to the role of Vice President, Chief Risk Officer and tapped Catherine Hess, Esq., to join the organization as Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer.
Kolaleh Eskandanian, PhD, MBA, PMP, Executive Director of the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation, spoke with MedTech Intelligence, where she discussed the challenges associated with pediatric device development and innovation, highlighting the gaps in funding and incentives.
Stephen Teach, MD, MPH responded to a Pediatrics report on asthma prevalence in children
Christina Johns, MD, spoke to the Washington Post offering a few safety tips for the new popular Christmas present, the hoverboard.
WTOP spoke with Gerard Gioia, PhD, and a Children’s concussion patient, about the patient’s experience, and Dr. Gioia’s efforts to help educate coaches, parents, and athletes on how to play safe and smart.
Nancy Francis, RN, talks about working in the Cardiac ICU during the holidays.
Children's National Health System and MedStar Georgetown University Hospital/Georgetown University Medical Center have announced a new collaborative effort focused on transforming the lives of young children in the District of Columbia.
Billie Lou Short, MD, was a guest on Doctor Radio, covering the evolution of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), told through the case of one of the hospital's first ECMO patients who, now 30 years later, is a hospitalist at a children's hospital in Tennessee.
First Lady Michelle Obama visited patients and families today at Children’s National Health System, accompanied by family dogs, Bo and Sunny.