Washington, DC 20010
Urgent Care/After Hours: 202-476-5580
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.
Experts advise against diluting baby formula or making your own as you navigate the current shortage. Instead, try a different brand and review our article on Rise and Shine with more information and links to websites that can help you find formula near you.
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 Columbia Heights
- Well and sick visits
- Managing chronic conditions, including asthma
- Care for children with disabilities
- Adolescent health care
- 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.
Medical Director, Advocacy Education, Child Health Advocacy Institute | Director, LAUnCH Track | Associate Director, Pediatric Residency Program LAUnCH Track | Pediatrician
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