Marceé J. White, MD, FAAP
Medical Director, Mobile Health Programs
Children’s Health Project of DC
Children’s Health Center at THEARC
Children’s National Health System
Marceé White, MD is a Board-Certified Pediatrician and the medical director of Children’s National’s Mobile Health Program, Children’s Health Project of DC, and the Children’s Health Center at the TownHall Education Arts Recreation Campus (THEARC). She is also the Medical Director of four (4) school-based wellness centers in Prince George’s County, MD and the Pediatrician Consultant for Children’s School Services. Dr. White is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at George Washington University and the former Assistant Director of the Community Health Track for Children’s Nationals’ Pediatric Residency Training Program.
Under her leadership, the Children’s Health Center at THEARC has integrated oral health and behavioral health services, expanded its social support programs to address the social determinants of health such as the WIC program, and have been designated as a Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home by the National Committee for Quality Assurance. A brand new Children’s Health Center at THEARC is currently under construction that will have a fixed dental suite to complement the mobile dental unit. Dr. White leverages technology to standardize screening for adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), toxic stress, mental health, and developmental concerns. Recently, Dr. White launched the Children’s Health Fund’s Healthy and Ready to Learn Initiative in DC. This initiative provides screening and care coordination for key health barriers to learning. These health barriers to learning include vision, hearing, lead, anemia, hunger, stress, oral health, and asthma. Dr. White is in the process of designing a Healthy and Ready to Learn mobile unit.
Dr. White earned her medical degree from George Washington University School of Medicine and a bachelor of science in biology pre-medicine from Xavier University of Louisiana. She completed her pediatric residency training from the combined Children’s National and Howard University Community Health Track. Before joining the faculty at Children’s National, she served as Chief Pediatric Resident. Dr. White has a certificate in leadership development from the George Washington University Master Teacher Leadership Development Program.
Dr. White is the President of the DC Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and serves on the board of directors for Martha’s Table and DC Action for Children. She is a member of numerous committees such as the Prince George’s County Maryland Department of Health Behavioral Health Workgroup and System of Care Core Planning team, the DC Pediatric Oral Health Coalition, and the SafeKids DC Coalition.