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  • We’re proud to be recognized by the Washington Business Journal as the 23rd largest employer in DC. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vISrZ

    Largest Employers in DC

    Children's National ranks as 23rd in the District.

  • We’re proud to have experts who do everything they can to make a difference in children’s lives & help kids #GROWUPSTRONGER. See how: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIrYb

    Changing Faster

    At Children's National, we believe every child deserves the chance to be their happiest, healthiest self. Because we don't just want your kids to grow up. We want them to GROW UP STRONGER.

  • Dr. Pamela Mudd, Director of the Voice Program, performed the first recurrent laryngeal nerve reinnervation at Children’s National this week. Dr. Mudd is the only specialist in the region who performs this surgery. Congratulations, Dr. Mudd and team!

  • Our Magnet nurses engage with the entire hospital to train, educate, and serve their colleagues and communities. We’d like to thank our nurses who work hard every day to ensure that patients receive excellent care.

  • Meet Tawni Rochester, a certified child life specialist in the Emergency Department at Children's National. Tawni knew her passion was in child life, but it was her colleagues, she says, who shaped her from an intern into who she is today.

  • Happy Doctor’s Day to our physicians who dedicate their time and careers to healing our patients. It takes a unique blend of dedication and passion to be a pediatric doctor, and we are indebted to those who choose to work at Children's National.

  • We don’t just want kids to grow up. We want them to #GROWUPSTRONGER. See what stronger means to our team: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIkCB

    Restoring Faith

    At Children's National, we believe every child deserves the chance to be their happiest, healthiest self. Because we don't just want your kids to grow up. We want them to GROW UP STRONGER.

  • After a year at Children’s National, Brooks Looney, a Child Life Specialist in Seacrest Studios, finds that the staff, patients, and families that she interacts with have become one big, supportive family. Thank you to all our Child Life Specialists!

  • Social workers connect families to resources, at Children's and in the community. Ryan Maddock, LICSW explains, “We meet the family where they are to make every single day as easy as possible.” Thank you to our social workers for all that you do!

  • A big congratulations to Children's National Chief People Officer and EVP, Darryl Varnado, who was selected yesterday by the Washington Business Journal as a 2016 Minority Business Leader of the Year! Congratulations, Darryl! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIQ1w

    Children's Executive Named 2016 Minority Business Leader by Washington Business Journal - Children's National Health System

    Washington, DC - Children's National Health System Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer, Darryl Varnado, was recently named to the Washington Business Journal's 2016 list of Minority Business Leaders . Mr. Varnado is listed among 25 business leaders in the area, and accepted an award on stage during last night's honoree event at the Ritz-Carlton in Washington, DC.

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