COVID-19 Drive Up/Walk Up Specimen Collection Provided by Children’s National Hospital

Children’s National Hospital has a drive up/walk up specimen collection site for coronavirus (COVID-19) available only for pediatric patients up to age 22 as referred by the primary care physician.
Dr. Bud Wiedermann

Special Grand Rounds: Update on COVID-19 for Primary Care Practices

Children’s National Hospital and Pediatric Health Network hosted a special grand rounds session on COVID-19 updates for primary care practices presented by Dr. Bud Wiedermann, Director of the Fellowship Training Program and Infectious Disease Specialist at Children’s National Hospital.
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Future of Pediatrics 2020

It is time to register for the twenty-first annual Future of Pediatrics CME conference on Tuesday, June 16 - Wednesday, June 17, 2020.
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PHN Announces Final Agreement with FIGmd

Pediatric Health Network has reached an Agreement with FIGmd to facilitate data transfer for your CareFirst members.
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Congratulations to PHN’s MANY Northern VA Top Doctors

PHN would like to recognize our network members included as part of the Northern VA Magazine 2020 Top Doctors list. 
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The Latest on Coronavirus for Pediatric Primary Care

As primary care providers, you are on the front lines of prevention, detection and treatment for Coronavirus.
Ellie Hamburger
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Washingtonian Top Doctors

Congratulations to over 35 of our Pediatric Health Network members for being named to Washington Top Doctors 2019 list.
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Children’s National Rare Disease Institute launches new mobile app, BearGenes

The Children’s National Rare Disease Institute (CN-RDI) is excited to announce the launch of their new mobile app, BearGenes, created in conjunction with the CN-RDI Education Committee and the Clinical and Translational Science Institute.
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Outbreak of lung disease associated with e-cigarette or vaping

The Center for Disease Control (CDC), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, state and local health departments, along with other clinical and public health partners are actively investigating an outbreak of lung disease associated with e-cigarette or vaping.