COVID-19 Resources for Families
COVID-19 Vaccine for Kids Ages 6 Months and Up
- Children's National Hospital will be administering the approved vaccine to patients at primary care visits, in some specialty outpatient clinics as part of routine visits, and to inpatients who qualify.
- Families should call their pediatrician, retail pharmacies, local health departments and schools to obtain the vaccine for their child. Families can visit www.vaccines.gov to find a location to receive the vaccine.
- The vaccine is safe and effective in preventing COVID-19. If you have questions about the vaccine, a list of COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs are available.
Please remember to stay on schedule with your child's immunizations! Call your pediatrician's office today to make sure your child is up to date. You can make an appointment at any of our locations for an annual check-up and for your child to receive their immunizations.
All Children’s National primary care locations are fully open, seeing both well and sick visits in office. We are also available 24 hours a day for medical advice. Please contact us today to schedule an appointment, get medical advice or learn more about how we are keeping you safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Call 1-888-884-BEAR (2327) or your individual physician's office today and we will work with you to schedule the right visit for your child.
- Children's National Pediatricians and Associates (CNPA) patients/families need to contact their practice location directly to schedule an appointment.
Primary Care & Your Family with Dr. Marc DiFazio
Hear from Marc DiFazio, M.D., vice president of Ambulatory Services at Children's National, as he discusses the recent surges in clinical care that our providers have seen.