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Children’s National welcomes three cardiology subspecialists

May 30, 2017

Children’s National Heart Institute has expanded capacity for sub-specialty pediatric cardiology care with the addition of three new specialists.

Elena Grant, M.D.

Elena Grant, M.D., a former pediatric cardiology fellow at Children’s National, specializes in interventional cardiology and cardiac catheterization. She is a co-investigator in the Interventional Cardiac MRI Program in partnership with the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Grant received her M.B.Ch.B. from the University of Dundee Medical School in Dundee, Scotland, and completed her post-graduate training with the United Kingdom Foundation Training Programme. She completed her pediatric residency at Massachusetts General Hospital and recently finished an advanced fellowship in interventional pediatric cardiology at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Dr. Grant will see patients in Washington, D.C.


Sairah Khan, M.D.

Sairah Khan, M.D., returns to her roots in Northern Virginia as a specialist in Heart Failure and Transplant. She attended the University of Rochester for her undergraduate and medical degrees and completed a pediatric residency at the University of North Carolina, followed by a pediatric cardiology fellowship at Nationwide Children’s in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Khan then completed an advanced fellowship in pediatric heart failure at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. She will see patients in Washington, D.C., and Fairfax, VA.


Jonathan Reich, M.D.

Jonathan Reich, M.D., MSc, is a pediatric cardiologist who serves as Medical Officer for Cardiac Devices at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and he joins Children’s National in the Frederick, MD location to see pediatric and adult congenital heart disease patients. After graduating from Columbia University with a degree in engineering, he received a master’s in biomedical engineering from the University of Miami. He has worked as an aerospace engineer and biomedical engineer and received his medical degree from the University of Miami. Dr. Reich completed a pediatric residency and a pediatric cardiology fellowship at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. He practiced cardiology in Florida for 17 years before moving to the area and joining the FDA and Children’s National.