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Anesthesiology

Division of Pediatric Anesthesiology

First Row (from the left): Dr. Elisabeth Hughes, Dr. Kevin Saunders, Dr. John Algren, Dr. Stephen Hays, Dr. Kimberly Nesbitt.

Second Row (from the left):  Dr. Laura Zeigler, Dr. Peter Chin, Dr. Amanda Lorinc, Dr. Jill Kilkelly, Dr. Thomas Romanelli

Third Row (from the left):  Dr. Dan Roke, Dr. Humphrey Lam, Dr. Andrew Franklin, Dr. Thomas Austin, Dr. Mark Newton

 

The Division of Pediatric Anesthesia provides the perioperative care for more than 13,000 patients per year at the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, the region’s major pediatric referral center. The division’s includes 21 attendings, 22 CRNAs and four fellows who provide services for a variety of pediatric surgical procedures including general surgery, ENT, neurologic, urologic, orthopedic, and liver transplantation. The division provides anesthesia services for procedural services outside the operating room, including oncology, gastroenterology, and diagnostic and therapeutic radiologic procedures. The faculty also provide both acute and chronic pain management services.

Education and training of medical students, anesthesia residents, nurses, and associated healthcare personnel is a major commitment of the faculty. Several anesthesiology residents rotate on pediatric anesthesiology services each month and gain experience in the management of patients undergoing both routine and complex surgical procedures, as well as diagnostic and interventional procedures performed outside the operating room. The Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship Program offers twelve months of subspecialty training in all aspects of pediatric anesthesia and perioperative care, including critical care and pain management. Areas of academic interest to the division’s faculty include airway management, pediatric pain management, regional anesthesia, ECMO, and perioperative care of cardiovascular patients.

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