Emergency Medicine Fellowship
Current Fellows

Jon Higgens, MD (2017-2020)

Jon Higgins, MD (2017-2020)

Residency in Pediatrics at University of Washington

"I am grateful to be training at Seattle Children’s for PEM Fellowship. We have fantastic faculty, co-fellows, and staff! There is a wide breadth of teaching, research, and QI opportunities for building a scholarly foundation, learning from faculty who are leaders in their fields. I am also proud to train at an institution with a commitment to the entire five-state WWAMI region and the diversity of patients and communities who live here."

 

Andrea Posa Anderson, MD (2017-2020)

Andrea Posa Anderson, MD (2017-2020)

Residency in Pediatrics at University of Washington

"I feel so lucky and proud to train in the Seattle Childrens Emergency Department. The faculty and staff are an outstanding group colleagues with a diverse mix of academic interests. It has been easy to engage in interdisciplinary projects because of the collaborative atmosphere and high level of motivation to improve which pervades the department. Everyone in the department prides themselves in providing the highest possible level of patient care, from understanding the medical evidence behind decision making to keeping our patients as comfortable and safe as possible during the stress of their emergency visit. If there is a process that could be improved, guaranteed someone is working on it. It is also an amazing place to teach and learn with teams of highly motivated residents and medical students. Patients come for care from all over the 5 state region we serve and beyond, providing great diversity in acuity, pathology and disease. The Seattle Children’s Emergency Department has provided a great model for me in my training of how a pediatric emergency department should be run."

 

Alexander Stephan, MD (2017-2020)

Alexander Stephan, MD (2017-2020)

Residency in Pediatrics at Massachusetts General Hospital

"I am so thankful to be training at Seattle Children’s for fellowship. The faculty have such a wide range of research and education interests, it is easy to find mentors who are invested in helping you develop your professional career while honing your clinical practice. I have received nothing but full support and encouragement from everyone in the Emergency Department, from program leaders to the skilled nursing and support staff."

Kaileen Rohr, MD (2018-2021)

Kaileen Jafari, MD (2018-2021)

Residency in Pediatrics at New York Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center

 

Suzanne Sundermann, MD (2018-2021)

Suzanne Seo, MD (2018-2021)

Residency in Pediatrics at University of Washington

 

Tavis Dickerson-Young, MD (2018-2021)

Tavis Dickerson-Young, MD (2018-2021)

Residency in Pediatrics at University of Washington

 

Brittany Boswell, MD (2019-2022)

Brittany Boswell, MD (2019-2022)

 

Carson Burns, MD (2019-2022)

Carson Burns, MD (2019-2022)

 

Siobhan Costakis, MD (2019-2020)

Siobhan Costakis, MD (2019-2020)