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Q-and-A with Simon Horslen, MD


Simon Horslen, MD

Simon Horslen, MD

What’s the best thing about working at Seattle Children’s?

What I like about working at Children’s is the approach that improvement is always possible and we are always asking "where and how can we improve?"

What do you like most about the work you do in the Transplant Center?

Making a real difference for children with complex liver and intestinal diseases.

What makes Children’s Transplant Center unique?

The quality of the people, the integration and cooperation across specialty boundaries and the shared vision and ambition to make our program the best pediatric transplant program in the country.

What made you want to come to Children’s?

My colleagues, Jorge Reyes and Ruth McDonald.

What do people say when they find out you work here?

They always say that it’s known as an excellent hospital or that they have had excellent experiences with their own children at Children’s.

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