Healthpoint is proud to host visiting pediatric subspecialists from Children’s National Medical Center (CNMC) from Washington DC. Ranked among the Top 10 children’s hospitals in the United States, CNMC’s internationally recognized team of pediatric physicians care for more than 219,000 children. We are now accepting appointments for the following specialties:


  • Dr. Anil Darbari (Gastroenterology)

    Pediatrics

    Oct 8 - 11 2017

    Pediatric Gastroenterology Consultant | Oct 8 - 11 2017

    Anil Darbari, MD, is a pediatric gastroenterologist at Children's National Health System. Dr. Darbari has been in practice for more than 25 years.

  • Dr. Anastassios Koumbourlis (Pulmonology)

    Pediatrics

    Oct 8 - 11 2017

    Pediatric Pulmonology Consultant | Oct 8 - 11 2017

    Anastassios Koumbourlis, MD, is Chief of the Divisions of Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine at Children's National Health System. Apart from treating pulmonary and sleep disorders, he also evaluates and treats cystic fibrosis at our Cystic Fibrosis Center (Pediatric and Adult). Dr. Koumbourlis previously was a professor of Clinical Pediatrics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Chief of Pulmonology at the Schneider Children’s Hospital in New York. Prior to this, he was on the faculty of Columbia University and Director of the Pulmonary Function and Exercise Laboratories at the Children’s Hospital of New York at Columbia University Medical Center. Dr. Koumbourlis has extensive experience in pediatric pulmonary medicine with special interests in congenital lung and airway anomalies, chest wall deformities, and pulmonary complications of neuromuscular and sickle cell disease. Specialties Asthma Cystic Fibrosis Infant Apnea Pediatric Pneumonia Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Transient Tachypnea of the Newborn

  • Dr. Gerard Martin (Cardiology)

    Pediatrics

    Sept 17 - 20 2017

    Pediatric Cardiology Consultant | Sept 17 - 20 2017

    Gerard Martin, MD, is a Cardiologist and the Medical Director of Global Health. He has been in practice at Children’s National Health System since 1986. Dr. Martin was promoted to Professor of Pediatrics with Tenure at George Washington University School of Medicine in 1995 and was the Chief of Cardiology from 1997 to 2009. He was named the C. Richard Beyda Professor of Cardiology in 2007. Dr. Martin was educated at Syracuse University and the State University of New York, Upstate School of Medicine. After a residency at Brown University and the Rhode Island Hospital, he received his training in pediatric cardiology at the Cardiovascular Research Institute at the University of California, San Francisco. He has published over 100 peer reviewed manuscripts, book chapters, and invited publications and has presented abstracts at over 90 meetings. Dr. Martin is an invited lecturer who has traveled to over 100 hospitals and universities within the USA as well as around the world. Additionally, Dr. Martin has been a volunteer on medical missions to third world countries. He has served in a consultant role within the United States as well as in South America, Asia, and the Middle East. Dr. Martin is board certified in pediatric cardiology, a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Cardiology, and a member of the Society for Pediatric Research and the American Board of Pediatrics. He has served or is currently serving on the Subboard of Pediatric Cardiology, American Board of Pediatrics; the Chairman of the Section Adult Congenital and Pediatric Cardiology, American College of Cardiology; a member of the American Board of Internal Medicine, Subboard of Adult Congenital Heart Disease; and, the Board of Trustees, American College of Cardiology. Specialties: Cardiology Post-Natal Follow-Up

  • Dr. Marshall Summar (Genetics)

    Pediatrics

    Sept 17 - 20 2017

    Pediatric Genetics Consultant | Sept 17 - 20 2017

    Marshall L. Summar, MD, is Chief of the Division of Genetics and Metabolism at Children’s National Health System and holds the Margaret O'Malley Professorship in Genetic Medicine. He leads the largest clinical division of its kind in the world, treating more than 7,000 patients per year with rare diseases. Dr. Summar is known for his pioneering work in caring for children diagnosed with rare diseases. Dr. Summar’s laboratory works on both devices and treatments for patients with genetic and biochemical diseases and adapting knowledge from rare diseases to mainstream medicine.  His work has resulted in new drugs in Food and Drug Administration (FDA) trials for patients with congenital heart disease and premature birth. Dr. Summar serves on the Board of Directors (Treasurer) of the National Organization of Rare Diseases (NORD) and chairs NORD’s Scientific and Medical Advisory Committee.  He is also the President of the Society of Inherited Metabolic Diseases and Chairs the Federal Government’s Rare Disease Advisory Panel for the Patient-Centered Outcomes Institute.  At NORD, Dr. Summar is spearheading an effort to develop national standards for families to build natural history registries to collect information about poorly understood rare diseases.  Dr. Summar is active in newborn screening and telemedicine efforts to work in underserved areas. He joined Children’s National in in 2010 from Vanderbilt University.   Specialties Angelman Syndrome Biotinidase Deficiency Birth Defects Carpenter Syndrome Cleft Lip/Cleft Palate Cloverleaf Deformity Clubbed Foot Craniofacial Disorder Cranio synostosis Crouzon Syndrome Deformational Plagiocephaly Diaphragmatic Hernia Disorders of Sex Development Lysosomal Storage Disorders Marfan Syndrome Microtia Mosaic Down Syndrome Multifactorial Inheritance Multisuture Synostosis Omphalocele Pfeiffer Syndrome Phenylketonuria (PKU) Plagiocephaly Prader Willi Syndrome Saethre-Chotzen Syndrome Tracheoesophageal Fistula and Esophageal Atresia Treacher Collins Syndrome

  • Dr. Tesfaye Zelleke (Neurology)

    Pediatrics

    Oct 22 - 23 2017

    Pediatric Neurology Consultant | Oct 22 - 23 2017

    Specialties - Epilepsy  

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