Dr. Ari R. Cohen M.D., is an attending physician at the Emergency Medicine Department of Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dr. Ari Cohen M.D., is an attending physician in the division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. He graduated from University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine. He then completed his pediatric residency at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. Dr. Cohen completed a fellowship in pediatric emergency at Boston Children's Hospital. Dr. Cohen is currently an instructor of pediatric medicine at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Cohen currently focuses on emergency department operations and efficiency, specifically on the administrative and clinical management of the pediatric ED. Dr. Cohen assists in the development of clinical programs, procures new equipment, and acts as the liaison to the Department of Pediatrics. He has led the division effectively for 4 years. Under his lead, the EM pediatric division has matured and excelled. Dr. Cohen has overseen the pediatric ED's efforts to expand its educational role and outreach into the community and surrounding hospitals. He is involved with the construction of the new pediatric treatment area within the MGH ED.
Dr. Cohen has active research interests in both respiratory illness and head trauma and continues to investigate these subjects.
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