Georgetown Paediatrics and Pediatrics (GPPP) announced on Wednesday that it has agreed to pay $1 million to fund the expansion of its pediatric services.
The agreement is part of a $1 billion expansion of GPPP’s pediatric services announced by Georgetown Paredeconpatients earlier this year.
The Paredepetrics Foundation, a nonprofit organization focused on pediatric care, will receive $1,000 per year to be spent in Georgetown PPP’s pediatric clinics, a total of $3 million for the next two years, according to the announcement.
In total, the Paredeccons plan to spend $2.2 million in Georgetown to cover the cost of expanded pediatric services and expand the pediatric workforce, said Dr. Peter Diamandis, Georgetown PPDs CEO and CEO.
The expansion of the PPD services and the expansion in the pediatric program will result in increased care for patients and physicians and will be a significant benefit to our patients and to our organization, he said.
The organization will also invest in the care of its most vulnerable patients, he added.
The deal was approved by the Georgetown PDPs Board of Directors, Dr. Diamas said in a statement.