Division Highlights - Hospital Medicine

The Division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine provides exceptional coordinated, family-centered inpatient general pediatric care. The division also houses the Pediatric Complex Care Program and the Pediatric Diagnostic Referral Clinic, and participates in delivery of sedation services within American Family Children’s Hospital. 

Our scholarly work focuses on system improvements related to patient- and family-centered care, education in inpatient pediatric medicine, care of children with medical complexity and global health.

2016 Highlights

  • The department hosted the 2016 meeting of the Midwest Consortium of Global Child Health Educators. Sabrina Butteris, MD, led this event.

  • Andrea Carberry, MD, won the department’s Charles Lobeck Teaching award, which is given by third-year medical students for excellence in pediatric education. She was also selected to participate in the Advancing Pediatric Educator Excellence (APEX) Teaching Program through the Academic Pediatric Association.

    Drs. Carberry and Webber also became credentialed in moderate / deep sedation as the division expands services by partnering with the Pediatric Sedation Program.

  • Under the guidance of Mary Ehlenbach, MD, and Ryan Coller, MD, the Pediatric Complex Care Team earned the UW Health “Voice of the Customer” Award for their Quality and Patient Safety Week Poster: “The Birth and Development of the Pediatric Complex Care Program.”

    Dr. Coller also joined the Editorial Board of Pediatrics and the Care Coordination Standing Committee of the National Quality Forum.

  • Fourth-year UW School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) students selected Daniel Sklansky, MD, for a Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association 2016 Clinical Science Teaching Award. The award is given each year to a clinical science teacher from Madison, La Crosse, Marshfield, and Milwaukee in recognition for dedicated commitment to teaching excellence.

    Dr. Sklansky was also selected to participate in a nationally-recognized leadership development program: the Association of Pediatric Program Directors’ Leadership in Educational Academic Development.

  • Sarah Webber, MD, Ryan Coller, MD, MPH, and Sabrina Butteris, MD, in partnership with Centro Hispano of Dane County (Centro), and Access Community Health Center, received a two-year, $49,934 Wisconsin Partnership Program Community Opportunity grant for their project "Community Health Worker Led Postpartum Support Group for Latino Mothers and Infants."

 

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