Pediatric Health Network

Commitment to Community

Annual Report 2020


  • Video

    Community Strong

    Community matters. The Pediatric Health Network brings together pediatric care teams dedicated to the wellbeing of kids, families, and our communities. In this video, Elizabeth Watts, M.D., Terry Lindquist, Mark Weissman, M.D., and Denice Cora-Bramble, M.D. share their reflections on PHN this year.

  • Spotlight

    Network Summary

    The Pediatric Health Network (PHN), Children’s National Hospital’s clinically integrated network (CIN), was established in June 2018 to transform health and healthcare for our region’s kids and families.

  • Spotlight

    Quality Improvement and Information Technology

    PHN’s QI and IT infrastructure supports practices to deliver best-in-class care for children and adolescents, and address emerging population health issues.

  • Spotlight

    Network Management and Finance

    Between July 2019 and June 2020, PHN added 18 new practices and membership grew from 431 to 523 primary care providers and 1,025 specialty providers with the addition of Pediatric Specialists of Virginia.

  • Spotlight

    PHN Services

    PHN provides discounted vaccine buying and a health information exchange as part of its value-added offerings to primary care practices.

  • Spotlight

    COVID-19 Response and Recovery

    When COVID-19 hit the National Capital Region, the Pediatric Health Network leapt into action to support pediatricians, children and families.

  • Spotlight

    Community Kudos

    Over the past year, PHN primary care practices have gone above and beyond to meet the needs of the patients and families they serve. Here are a few messages of gratitude from the PHN community.