Children's National Health System

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    12 hours ago

    The Washington Post profiled the new Youth Pride Clinic at Children’s National which opened on July 1. Lawrence D’Angelo, MD, MPH, The Diana L. and Stephen A. Goldberg Center for Community Pediatric Health, and Joe, a 20-year-old clinic patient, discuss the needs of LGBT teens and how providers like those at the Pride Clinic can help.

    Clinic calms fears of the doctors office for LGBT teens

    Joe had always been uncomfortable answering questions at his medical exams. That's partly because the 20-year-old gay man is shy. And it's partly because he is HIV-positive. "I've never been able to really open up to my doctor," said Joe, who requested that he be identified by his first name because of concerns about bias.

  • Children's National Health System update
    8 days ago

    The Ryan Seacrest Foundation has begun work on a new broadcast studio coming to the main atrium at Children’s. The studio will give patients hands on experience with broadcasting and programming, and will be viewable from their rooms. The Seacrest Foundation has funded studios in eight other children’s hospitals around the country.

    Washington Business Journal Covers Seacrest Studio Opening at Children's National - Children's National Health System

    The Ryan Seacrest Foundation has begun work on a new broadcast studio coming to the main atrium at Children's. The studio will give patients hands on experience with broadcasting and programming, and will be viewable from their rooms. The Seacrest Foundation has funded studios in eight other children's hospitals around the country.

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    Was flown in to do an interview several times over the course of a month. Interviews went very well. To a point where I felt confident enough I was to be given an offer. But I was never provided with one or even a formal decline. The decision was just left open and in the air. Even when I called the individuals responsible to inquire about the decision many months later to gain a sense of closure, I never got a clear answer. As if they both wanted and did not want to hire me at the same time? I was also not reimbursed for the many rides to the hospital and back to the airport. Altogether, it was an inconvenience to have flown out there so many times and not get the courtesy of a formal decision in return - my expectations of what I thought was a great hospital, were let down.

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Teaching Program Award , Academic Pediatric Association, 2013
BEST Children's Hospitals , US News & World Report, 2014
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Website www.childrensnational.org
Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1870
Type Nonprofit Organization
Industry Health Care
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year

Children’s National Health System, based in Washington, DC, has been serving the nation’s children since 1870. Children’s National is Magnet® designated, and was ranked among the top 10 pediatric hospitals by U.S. News & World Report 2015-16. Home to the Children’s Research Institute and the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation, Children’s National ... More

Mission: We strive to: Set the standard of excellence in care of children Serve as the voice for the most vulnerable among us Lead the quest to cure childhood’s most devastating diseases Prepare the nation’s future leaders in child health

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