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Children's Ball Raises Record $2 Million

Lawyers, ambassadors, journalists, and business leaders came together for a common cause on May 11, helping the annual Children's Ball raise a record-breaking $2 million for pediatric care and research. Chaired by Susanna and Jack Quinn, the event's theme of "It's a Small World After All" reflected the mission of Children's National to advance the health of children from the Washington area, across the country, and around the world. Bret Baier, anchor of "Special Report with Bret Baier" on Fox News emceed for the fifth year in a row, and Norah O'Donnell, co-anchor for CBS's "This Morning," helped Baier lead the successful live auction during the event.

First annual Children's Innovation Award will be presented to GE Healthcare

Children's National Medical Center has announced that the first annual Children's Innovation Award will be presented to GE Healthcare at the 7th Annual Children's Ball, presented by Lexus, on Saturday, May 11, 2013 at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. Dr. Richard Hausmann, President & CEO, Magnetic Resonance from GE Healthcare will accept the award on behalf of John Dineen, CEO of GE Healthcare.

Congressman Steny Hoyer to Be Recognized at Children's National Annual Ball

Maryland Representative Honored for his Service to the Region's Children GE Healthcare also recognized with Children's Innovation Award

Putting Children First: Children's National Doctors, Nurse Honored

Putting Children First: Children's National Doctors, Nurse Honored
Our caregivers always put children first and look for innovative ways to improve children's health. Three of our doctors and one of our nurses recently received national recognition for world-class care and leadership.

Washington Post Launches 2012 Annual Campaign for Children's

 Washington Post Launches 2012 Annual Campaign for Children's
For more than half a century, Washington Post writers have used their daily columns as a platform to raise money for Children's National Medical Center.

MIX 107.3 Listeners Donate a Half Million Dollars to Help Local Kids

MIX 107.3 Listeners Donate a Half Million Dollars to Help Local Kids
The 5th Annual MIX for Kids Radiothon on Sept. 28 raised more than $500,000 to benefit Children's National Medical Center. It was an emotionally charged day with the MIX 107.3 morning and afternoon shows teaming up to produce 15 hours of inspiring radio, which included numerous stories of hope from families who have been cared for by Children's National.

CEO Outlines Vision for Putting Children First

CEO Outlines Vision for Putting Children First
In a special installation ceremony just over a year after he took office as president and CEO of Children's National Medical Center, Dr. Kurt D. Newman outlined his vision for putting children first to improve the health of people of all ages.

Kosher Pantry Opens at Children's National

Kosher Pantry Opens at Children's National
Children's National Medical Center opened a new kosher pantry to meet the dietary needs of families who keep kosher while their children are being treated at the hospital. The facility gives families a dedicated place to eat prepared kosher meals and snacks.

Tony the Tiger and Local 12-year-old Cancer Survivor Unveil Special Children's Miracle Network Kellogg's Cheez-It Box

Tony the Tiger and Local 12-year-old Cancer Survivor Unveil Special Children's Miracle Network Kellogg's Cheez-It Box
A local 12-year-old boy from Virginia is being honored for his courageous battle against Leukemia. Carsten Connolly from Arlington, Va., will be featured along with other Children's Miracle Network Champions on specially-designed boxes of Kellogg's Cheez-It® crackers.

Children's Mobile Van featured on Channel 9 Hero Central

Children's Mobile Van featured on Channel 9 Hero Central
Each week Children's National mobile health van serves kids in low-income areas of the D.C. region. For almost 20 years, staff have provided physicals, check-ups, dental care, and the diagnosis and treatment of illness to families where there historically have been barriers to access health care.

Maryland Students Dance the Night Away For Children's National

Maryland Students Dance the Night Away For Children's National
University of Maryland students took to the dance floor for Children's National on March 10, and raised more than $278,000 for their third annual Terp Thon. Hundreds of enthusiastic participants spent 12 hours fist-pumping, hip-hopping, and getting down. They also spent time with Children's National patients who came to tell their stories and share in the fun.

Celebrating Joe Robert's Legacy of Caring for Children and Country

Celebrating Joe Robert's Legacy of Caring for Children and Country
Nonprofit executives, business leaders, government officials, and philanthropists gathered Feb. 23 at Children's National Medical Center to celebrate the life of the late Joseph E. Robert Jr. the evening before his birthday. "The only thing that would make this occasion better would be to have Joe here to blow out 60 candles and look ahead to many more birthdays," said Dr. Kurt Newman, president and CEO of Children's National.

Children's National Opens New Cardiac Intensive Care Unit

Children's National Opens New Cardiac Intensive Care Unit
The new Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at Children's National provides more than state-of-the-art technology and the most advanced care and research technologies. Equally important was choosing a design that centers around families and healing.

Washington Post Launches 2011 Annual Campaign for Children's

Washington Post Launches 2011 Annual Campaign for Children's
For more than half a century, Washington Post writers have used their daily columns as a platform to raise money for Children's National Medical Center.

Children's National Medical Center Announces First Professorship in Pediatric Oncology

Children's National Medical Center Announces First Professorship in Pediatric Oncology
Children's National Medical Center today announced the installation of Jeffrey Dome, MD, chief of the division of oncology, as the recipient of the Thomas Willson and Lenore Williams McKnew Professorship in Pediatric Oncology.

Children's Miracle Network Champions Announced

Children's Miracle Network Champions Announced
Every year, the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals® Champions program identifies a child with a remarkable medical story from each state. This year, Tess & Alexander Theodorakos are representing Children's National Medical Center.

Children's National Reaches $500 Million Campaign Goal to Advance Pediatric Medicine

Children's National Reaches $500 Million Campaign Goal to Advance Pediatric Medicine
Children's National Medical Center has surpassed its goal of raising $500 million to support innovations in pediatric medicine through its "Transforming Children's Health" campaign. Launched in 2005, the campaign helped fund programs and research in every area of the hospital.

Maryland Students Dance the Night Away

Maryland Students Dance the Night Away
University of Maryland students cut a rug for Children's National on March 16, and raised $138,629 at the school's second dance marathon. Hundreds of enthusiastic participants spent 12 hours fist-pumping, hip-hopping, and getting down. They also spent time with Children's National patients who came to tell their stories and share in the fun.

Kohl's Donates $420,236 to Children's National Medical Center

Kohl's Donates $420,236 to Children's National Medical Center
On January 12, Kohl's associates volunteered at Children's National Medical Center's "Waiting to Exhale" asthma education session and presented a check for $420,236. This marks the third year of Kohl's support of the Kohl's Community Asthma Program at Children's.

Pam King Sams, CFRE, of Children's National Medical Center, named 2010 Outstanding Fundraising Professional

Pam King Sams, CFRE, of Children's National Medical Center, named 2010 Outstanding Fundraising Professional
Children's National Medical Center Executive Vice President and Chief Development Officer Pam King Sams, CFRE, was named Thursday as the 2010 Outstanding Fundraising Professional by the Association of Fundraising Professionals during the 9th annual National Capital Philanthropy Day.


 

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