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Pediatrics-Inpatient, Hospital Medicine
On staff since October 2008
Children's Title: Section Chief, Medical Hospitalists
Academic Title: Clinical Assistant Professor
Holly Romero, MD, is a Clinical Assistant Professor and hospitalist in the Division of Hospital Medicine. She has been the Section Chief for the Medical Hospitalist section since April of 2011.
Dr. Romero earned her medical degree at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and completed her residency at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford. Dr. Romero is board certified through the American Board of Pediatrics and is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the AAP Section on Hospital Medicine.Dr. Romero spends the majority of her clinical time on the Medical Hospitalist service, but also enjoys attending on the resident teaching services. In her non-clinical time she participates in quality improvement as the owner of the neonatal jaundice and fluid management clinical standard work (CSW) pathways. She serves as the physician champion for the Clinical Documentation Integrity Program and is engaged in institutional ICD-10 preparedness efforts as part of this role. Dr. Romero is involved in patient safety initiatives as a long-standing member of the hospital's rapid response committee and has contributed to the Recognized Illness Severity in Kids (RISK) project.
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