I am a general academic pediatrician, Division Chief of General Pediatrics at UBMD Pediatrics and the University at Buffalo, and Medical Director of Primary Care Services at the John R. Oishei Children‘s Hospital. I began my career with five years in full-time general pediatrics practice before completing a three year general academics pediatrics fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. Following my fellowship, I was on the pediatrics faculty at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences for eight years, where I was also an attending physician at Arkansas Children‘s Hospital.
I am particularly interested in population health, practice transformation, health care delivery and outcomes for children with special health care needs and medical complexity. My research interests focus on health care systems and quality improvement for children with special health care needs, children with medical complexity, the patient/family-centered medical home, and family-centered care.
General Pediatrics, Pediatrics
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