Critical Care, PICU
On staff since April 1994
Children's Title: Associate Clinical Director, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit; Clinical Co-Director, Patient Transport; Associate Director, ECMO Services
Academic Title: Professor
Thomas V. Brogan, MD, is attending physician at Seattle Children’s Hospital and Harborview Medical Center and associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine. He completed a residency in pediatrics and a fellowship in pediatric critical care medicine. Dr Brogan has published a number of peer-reviewed articles and several chapters with an emphasis on respiratory physiology.
He has also published a number of articles related to pediatric critical care including studies on mechanical ventilation, necrotizing fasciitis and ECMO. Brogan’s research centers primarily on outcomes of children treated in the PICU, with an emphasis on extracorporeal life support. He has been a collaborating researcher on several research projects. He also serves as reviewer for a number of medical journals. In addition to his research he has served as director of extracorporeal support services at Children’s since 2001. He also serves as a member of the transport committee.
Our son was in the PICU for 32 days and needed to be put on ECMO. This was an extremely scary time for us, but Dr. Brogan helped us to understand what was going on. He made special trips in to see us to make sure that we didn't have any questions and when we did, he would really listen and address our concerns. He was insturmental in saving our son's life. Now that our son is in rehab, regaining his strenth and endurance, Dr. Brogan continues to stop in to check on his progress. The entire PICU teams works together. That teamwork and Dr. Brogan's expertise is why my son will be walking out of here in a few days. We give Dr. Brogan the highest recommendation possilbe.
Dr. Brogan helped us when our 4 yr. old son was in PICU. His support, knowledge, communication and compassion helped us through one of the most difficult times of our lives.
Our sixteen year old son is currently being treated by dr brogan and are very pleased with his bedside manner and professionalizem, he is very good with keeping us informed as to the care and treatment of our son.
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FA.2.112 - Critical Care
4800 Sand Point Way NE
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