Patrick Healey is chief of transplantation in the Division of Pediatric General and Thoracic Surgery Division at Seattle Children's Hospital. Healey…
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Pediatric transplantation; liver and kidney transplantation; congenital anomalies; pediatric tumors.
|Boston University School of Medicine||Medical education||1987
|Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh||Fellowship||
|Hartford Hospital||Internship||General Surgery||
|Hartford Hospital||Residency||General Surgery||
|UW - Dept. of Surgery||Fellowship||Transplant Surgery||
|UW - Dept. of Surgery||Fellowship||Pediatric Surgery||
|American Board of Surgery||Pediatric Surgery||2000
|American Board of Surgery||Surgery||1993
Patrick Healey is chief of transplantation in the Division of Pediatric General and Thoracic Surgery Division at Seattle Children's Hospital. Healey received his M.D. from the Boston University School of Medicine.
He completed his general surgery residency at the Hartford Hospital and completed fellowship training in abdominal transplantation at the University of Washington and in pediatric surgery at Seattle Children's.
Healey has expertise and training in pediatric transplantation, specifically liver, kidney and intestine. He is a member of the UNOS Organ Availability Committee (2007–2008) and the UNOS Pediatric Committee (2005–2007).
His clinical and research interests include transplantation in infants and small children, neonatal surgery, congenital anomalies and pediatric tumors.