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Pediatrics Grand Rounds 
Featuring, Lisa Tracy, MD,
assistant professor of pediatric surgery and assistant program director of the General Surgery Residency program, presenting, "Bleeding and thrombosis in infants and children: a surgeon's perspective."
Tuesday, September 1


ICD-10 Department of
Pediatrics Readiness Meeting

Featuring Dan Ostrovsky, MD,
discussing practical points, documentation requirements,
and demonstration of Maestro
Care tools for the upcoming implementation of ICD-10.
Thursday, September 10

 

    

SPOTLIGHT

 

Duke Children's ranked in "U.S. News" Best Children's Hospitals 2015-16

U.S. News & World Report has released the 2015-16 Best Children's Hospitals rankings of America's top pediatric facilities. Duke Children’s was ranked among the top 50 nationally in eight areas of specialty.

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Chung and Jooste receive Practice Course Professionalism Awards  - Aimee Chung, MD and Karen Jooste, MD, both assistant professors of pediatrics (Primary Care), recently received 2015 Practice Course Professionalism Awards. 
   
ECMO program passes 1,000 patient milestone - The ECMO program at Duke University Hospital – one of the largest, oldest and most respected in the country – reached a major milestone in July when it treated its 1,000th patient
   
Steinbach appointed to AAP Committee on Infectious Diseases William J. Steinbach, MD, associate professor of pediatrics (pediatric infectious diseases), was recently appointed to the Committee on Infectious Diseases of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
   
 


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