New and existing patients from Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia can now see Children's National providers from the comfort of their own home.Call 1-888-884-BEAR (2327) to make an appointment today.
The Children's National Hospital Telehealth program enables our healthcare providers to help families, physicians and other healthcare partners receive care or guidance through video visits. Through these efforts, our world-class care is transcending geographic barriers through digital health. Children's National has received Telehealth Accreditation from URAC for its commitment to promoting quality virtual health services for patients and families.
If you are a parent and would like to schedule a telehealth appointment for your child, please call the Bear Line at 1-888-884-BEAR (2327) and then view our appointment instructions. If you are a referring provider or you're interested in a telehealth partnership, email us or complete this form.
Telehealth visits allow families to minimize time taken off of work and school, reduce travel time to appointments and get help managing medication – all while never leaving home.
Our services for partnering providers include live video visits, provider-to-provider phone consults, chart review, mobile services, second opinion and more.
President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden paid a recent visit to the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU) at Children’s National Hospital, where leaders of our cardiology services toured them through the state-of-the-art telehealth command center embedded on the unit.
We work with government agencies, universities and health care providers around the world in partnerships that advance telehealth innovations, bringing the best care possible to patients in their own communities.
Learn how our telehealth team is improving care for children at our main hospital by making use of a new robot that visits patient rooms.
If you’re interested in more information or engaging with our specialists or services, view our contact information.
Executive Vice PresidentChief Medical OfficerPhysician-In-Chief
Vice President, Chief Medical Office
Division Chief, Cardiac Critical Care MedicineExecutive Director, TelemedicineCo-Director, Children's National Heart Institute
Medical Director, TelemedicineCardiac Critical Care Specialist
Medical Director, Informatics Associate Medical Director, Telemedicine Emergency Medicine Physician
Associate Director, Ambulatory TelemedicineUrologist
Ali Al Ameen
Program Lead, Telemedicine
Nurse Clinical Program Coordinator, Tele-Cardiac ICU Command Center & Cardiac Critical Care Medicine
Operations Coordinator, Telemedicine
Telemedicine Coordinator, Goldberg Center for Community Pediatric Health
Supervisor, Telemedicine Technical Support
Telehealth Coordinator, Telemedicine
Research Faculty, Telemedicine
Senior Tech Support Specialist, Telemedicine
Clinical Program Coordinator
Clinical Nurse Program Coordinator, Tele-Cardiac ICU Command Center
During the visit, the President and First Lady met with several families in the hospital’s CICU and also toured the telehealth command center to learn about the cutting-edge technology used to keep continuous watch over the most fragile children with critical heart disease. They also took time to thank hospital staff, including healthcare workers from the hospital’s Emergency Department.