Thank you for your patience as our teams are working hard to accommodate higher than usual patient volumes as quickly as possible.
For the safety of staff and patients, we are currently limiting 1 caregiver per child in our offices.
Dr. David Mathison is a Regional Medical Director for PM Pediatrics, where he is responsible for leading the development of PM Pediatrics locations in the Mid-Atlantic region, ensuring consistency and excellence, overseeing education and training, as well as clinical operations and quality initiatives for future sites in the region. He also serves as the Director of PM Pediatrics of Greenbelt. Dr. Mathison is an assistant professor of pediatrics and emergency medicine at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, and has been a faculty member in the emergency department at Children’s National Health System since 2007. Prior to joining PM Pediatrics, he served as the medical director of the Children’s National pediatric transport team, the largest pediatric transport service in the country. Dr. Mathison has more than 15 articles published in peer reviewed journals and books, more than 30 workshops and presentations at national meetings, and is the recipient of 8 grants to improve care for ill or injured children. He has received several awards for teaching, research, and for his pediatric emergency app, Pediatric Quick Reference. In 2010, Dr. Mathison founded healthEworks LLC, a Washington-DC based company that uses a unique point-of-care, cloud-based platform to stream video education to patients or their caregivers after any health encounter. He is board certified in both Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics. Dr. Mathison completed a Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship at Children’s National, and his Pediatric residency at Northwestern University (now Lurie Children’s) where he served as Chief Resident. He earned his Medical degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School, and received his Bachelors degree in economics from Emory University. Dr. Mathison also has an M.B.A. from George Washington University.