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Dr. Ari R. Cohen M.D., is an attending physician at the Emergency Medicine Department of Massachusetts General Hospital.
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Ari Cohen is the Chief of Pediatric Emergency Medicine in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. He has filled this position since 2009. Dr. Cohen holds an appointment at the Harvard Medical School and serves as a medical officer for MA-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT) in the National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) in the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Dr. Cohen is an active researcher in pediatric emergency medicine and lectures nationally and internationally on topics involving pediatric respiratory disease, head trauma and suicide. He has participated in the medical response for both the Boston and NYC Marathons. Dr. Cohen completed his undergraduate studies in Biology and attended medical school at the University of Chicago, and completed his pediatric residency and pediatric chief residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. He completed a pediatric emergency medicine fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital.
After 31 years, Patricia J. O'Malley, MD, retired as MGHfC's longest-serving attending physician in Pediatric Emergency Medicine to dedicate her time to the Pediatric Palliative Care Service.
Ari Cohen, MD, chief of Pediatric Emergency Medical Services at MassGeneral Hospital for Children, explains how to keep kids safe around fireworks on the 4th of July.
MassGeneral Hospital for Children features a Pediatric Emergency Department, designed especially for young patients and their families.
Ari Cohen, MD, chief of Pediatric Emergency Medical Services at MassGeneral Hospital for Children, explains what you can do to help keep children safe around portable or inflatable swimming pools.
The newly-renovated emergency department (ED) at MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) offers a welcoming space meant just for children and their families.
In the pediatric Emergency Department, a welcoming space meant just for children and their families awaits.
Ari Cohen, MD, chief of Pediatric Emergency Medical Services at MassGeneral Hospital for Children, offers parents advice on pool safety.
View a slideshow with scenes from an early morning exercise that the MGH HAZMAT team members participated in.
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Watch 46-year-old Frank Robinson tell the story of his life-saving experience at Mass General after a massive coronary.
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