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Our Services

Mom with children at the pediatrician's office

Children’s healthcare needs are unique throughout all stages of their development. That’s why we offer convenient, comprehensive pediatric care at dozens of locations throughout the region. In addition to providing routine and preventive care, our pediatricians are connected to Children’s National Hospital, which is ranked #5 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.

We have pediatric offices throughout Maryland and Washington, D.C., to increase your access to our primary care services:

  • Children’s Health Centers serve as a medical home for your child as part of primary care plus, which provides primary care and some specialty services for your child. Children’s Health Centers are located throughout Washington, D.C.
  • Children’s National Pediatricians & Associates (CNPA) serve as a medical home for your child as well, offering routine primary care including prevention, wellness and sick visits. CNPA has locations throughout Maryland and in Washington, D.C.  

Our Care Services

Pediatric primary care serves as a medical home for your child. We learn all we can about your child’s health history, social behaviors, medications or any specialists seen. This knowledge helps build a lasting patient/provider relationship with services that are integrated and focused on the well-being of your child. Services we offer may include:

  • Well child check-ups, immunizations and flu shots
  • Sick visits/same day appointments available
  • Care for minor injuries and illnesses
  • New patient and newborn evaluations
  • Comprehensive adolescent healthcare 
  • Care for children with disabilities
  • Evaluation and counseling for behavioral, emotional and learning problems
  • Specialty care for asthma, mental health and obesity
  • Sexual and reproductive health
  • Developmental testing and screening
  • School, sports and camp physicals 
  • School and daycare health forms
  • Breastfeeding support and infant nutrition
  • Hearing and vision screening
  • Help with Medicaid applications
  • Prescription refills
  • On-site psychology services (available at some locations)
  • WIC-special supplemental food program for women, infants and children (available at some locations)
  • Assistance connecting with needed community services
  • Referrals to Children’s National specialists
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