Childrens National Medical Center

Childrens National Medical Center

Children’s National Medical Center (formerly DC Children’s Hospital) is the only exclusive provider of pediatric care in the Washington, D.C. area. Located just north of the McMillan Reservoir and Howard University, it shares grounds with Washington Hospital Center, National Rehabilitation Hospital, and the DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Wikipedia

Childrens National Medical Center

Children’s National Medical Center (formerly DC Children’s Hospital) is the only exclusive provider of pediatric care in the Washington, D.C. area. Located just north of the McMillan Reservoir and Howard University, it shares grounds with Washington Hospital Center, National Rehabilitation Hospital, and the DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Wikipedia

  • Oct 30 at 8:30 PM
    Follow along with us tomorrow for a spook-tacular and FUN Halloween celebration! Tune in at 11:30 a.m. for a special Facebook live and front row seat to our annual Halloween dog show and costume contest! Well see you tomorrow
  • Oct 28 at 0:05 AM
    Wow! In two days, our B101.5 Cares radiothon raised more than $131,000 for kids and families at Children's National. Thank you to our WBQB listeners, corporate partners, families, supporters, and staff members for making these two days such a big success!
  • Oct 27 at 9:00 PM
    I have kids myself. I know how scary it can be for kids in a situation like this, so I try to make them as comfortable as I can. I can understand how nerve wracking it can be for parents as well, so I try to make the situation flow as smoothly as possible for them. Every day is different for neurosurgeon and Washingtonian Top Doc, Dr. Suresh Magge. He starts off his day making rounds on the main campus, and may go on to perform surgery, or see patients in the outpatient clinic. Dr. Magge focuses on pediatric neurosurgery, including craniofacial disorders, neurovascular issues and tumors. He works collaboratively with colleagues on a number of projects centered around some of the most complicated brain stem tumors. His team is currently working with a multicenter clinical trial looking at tumors and developing new treatments for patients. One of my favorite parts about working here is the people I work with. We have a great team of doctors, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practioners and staff who are really dedicated to our patients. Dr. Magge has worked at Childrens for almost nine years, and has always been interested in science, especially biological science. I wanted to do something where I could directly impact peoples livesthe difference we can make in kids lives from a very young age makes it a privilege to work with them. Thank you, Dr. Magge, for your dedication to your patients and their families. Because of your expertise, our patients are able to #GROWUPSTRONGER and we are able to be a top 10 pediatric hospital in the nation.
  • Oct 20 at 9:14 PM
    At first, I thought I wanted to do business, but I went home one summer and volunteered at a hospital. They put me in the child life department, and the more I volunteered, the more I realized that this job was kind of created for me. Taking the job here at Childrens was a no-brainer because I knew I was going to be part of a family. Amy is a Child Life Specialist in the surgical care unit, where she sees patients of all ages dealing with a wide range of treatments - from general surgery to orthopedic procedures, burns and traumas. The traumatic experience of her cousin being diagnosed with a deadly brain tumor combined with her internship are what led her where she is today. Her favorite part of the job is building a special relationship with her patients. When I have patients Ive only worked with for a day, maybe prepped them for surgery or brought them some paint or toys, and they come back for a clinic visit and come back to the floor just to visit me...that always makes my day. Amy told us that theres no better feeling than when a family is about to be discharged and lets her know that she made their experience easier. It's not easy to spend time in the hospital, so thank you, Amy, for your positive attitude and dedication to your patients and their families. Because of people like you, Children's National is a top ten pediatric hospital in the nation. #PeopleOfChildrens

Oct 30, 8:30 PM

Follow along with us tomorrow for a spook-tacular and FUN Halloween celebration! Tune in at 11:30 a.m. for a special Facebook live and front row seat to our annual Halloween dog show and costume contest! Well see you tomorrow

Oct 28, 0:05 AM

Wow! In two days, our B101.5 Cares radiothon raised more than $131,000 for kids and families at Children's National. Thank you to our WBQB listeners, corporate partners, families, supporters, and staff members for making these two days such a big success!

Oct 27, 9:00 PM

I have kids myself. I know how scary it can be for kids in a situation like this, so I try to make them as comfortable as I can. I can understand how nerve wracking it can be for parents as well, so I try to make the situation flow as smoothly as possible for them. Every day is different for neurosurgeon and Washingtonian Top Doc, Dr. Suresh Magge. He starts off his day making rounds on the main campus, and may go on to perform surgery, or see patients in the outpatient clinic. Dr. Magge focuses on pediatric neurosurgery, including craniofacial disorders, neurovascular issues and tumors. He works collaboratively with colleagues on a number of projects centered around some of the most complicated brain stem tumors. His team is currently working with a multicenter clinical trial looking at tumors and developing new treatments for patients. One of my favorite parts about working here is the people I work with. We have a great team of doctors, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practioners and staff who are really dedicated to our patients. Dr. Magge has worked at Childrens for almost nine years, and has always been interested in science, especially biological science. I wanted to do something where I could directly impact peoples livesthe difference we can make in kids lives from a very young age makes it a privilege to work with them. Thank you, Dr. Magge, for your dedication to your patients and their families. Because of your expertise, our patients are able to #GROWUPSTRONGER and we are able to be a top 10 pediatric hospital in the nation.

Oct 20, 9:14 PM

At first, I thought I wanted to do business, but I went home one summer and volunteered at a hospital. They put me in the child life department, and the more I volunteered, the more I realized that this job was kind of created for me. Taking the job here at Childrens was a no-brainer because I knew I was going to be part of a family. Amy is a Child Life Specialist in the surgical care unit, where she sees patients of all ages dealing with a wide range of treatments - from general surgery to orthopedic procedures, burns and traumas. The traumatic experience of her cousin being diagnosed with a deadly brain tumor combined with her internship are what led her where she is today. Her favorite part of the job is building a special relationship with her patients. When I have patients Ive only worked with for a day, maybe prepped them for surgery or brought them some paint or toys, and they come back for a clinic visit and come back to the floor just to visit me...that always makes my day. Amy told us that theres no better feeling than when a family is about to be discharged and lets her know that she made their experience easier. It's not easy to spend time in the hospital, so thank you, Amy, for your positive attitude and dedication to your patients and their families. Because of people like you, Children's National is a top ten pediatric hospital in the nation. #PeopleOfChildrens

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