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Boston Magazine has named 82 physicians and surgeons affiliated Mass General for Children to its annual Top Doctors report. This award recognizes their commitment to providing outstanding, personalized care for infants, children and adolescents throughout the community.
With more than 300 physicians, 50 medical specialties and 15 surgical services, Mass General for Children (MGfC) is an invaluable resource for the health-care needs of children and their families. With access to the world-renowned Massachusetts General Hospital, including innovative research and treatments, we have the expertise and experience — as well as the state-of-the-art facilities and technologies — to provide exceptional care for our patients.
The following doctors from Mass General for Children are included in the 2023 list:
Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Food Allergy Center
Lurie Center for Autism
- Yamini J. Howe, MD
- Christopher J. Keary, MD
- Christopher J. McDougle, MD
- Ann M. Neumeyer, MD
- Michelle L. Palumbo, MD
- Diana Wasserman, MD
- Paula Goldenberg, MD, MSW, MSCE
- Angela Lin, MD
- Catherine B. Nowak, MD
- Barbara Pober, MD
- David Sweetser, MD, PhD
- Ronald Thibert, DO, MSPH
Pediatric Allergy and Immunology
Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Pediatric Endocrine and Diabetes Center
Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition
- Jeffrey Biller, MD
- Alessio Fasano, MD
- Kriston A. Ganguli, MD, PhD
- Esther J. Israel, MD
- Jess Kaplan, MD
- Maureen Leonard, MD
- Victoria M. Martin, MD
- Christopher Moran, MD
- Marcella Radano, MD
- Harland Winter, MD
- Qian Yuan, MD, PhD
Pediatric Hematology and Oncology
Pediatric Hospital Medicine
Pediatric Infectious Disease and Immunodeficiencies
Pediatric Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Pediatric Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Pediatric Primary Care
- Alexy Arauz Boudreau, MD, MPH
- Marjorie Curran, MD
- Erin Mahoney Briones, MD
- Dan Hall, MD
- Susan Hata, MD
- Richard E. Mizner, MD
- Shannon Scott-Vernaglia, MD
Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine
- Anna L. Cook, MD
- Mary Shannon Fracchia, MD
- T. Bernard Kinane, MD
- Benjamin Nelson, MD
- Lael Yonker, MD
Pediatric Trauma Services
Nora Abo-Sido, MD, an Internal Medicine-Pediatrics resident, has been honored with the 2022 Association of Med-Peds Program Administrators Walter W. Tunnessen, Jr., MD, Award from the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine. The award recognizes a graduating med-peds resident who has demonstrated compassion, altruism and outstanding communication skills with patients and families and who has showed awareness and advocacy of the impact that the larger community has on the health of children and adults.
Susan Hata, MD, of Pediatric Primary Care, received the 2021 MGfC Mentoring in Excellence Award in recognition of her outstanding mentoring and contributions to the professional development of MGfC faculty and trainees.
Fatima Cody-Stanford, MD, MPH, MPA, MBA, of the Pediatric and Adult Weight Center and Pediatric Endocrinology, received the 2021 Mentoring for Diversity and Inclusion Award from the Nutrition Obesity Research Center at Harvard (NORCH) in recognition of meaningful, sustained mentorship to young investigators from underrepresented in medicine backgrounds (URM) in the fields of nutrition, obesity and metabolism.
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