Andrew Pittaway, M.D., A.U.D., F.R.C.A., is an anesthesiologist at Seattle Children's Hospital, medical co-director of Children's Pediatric Advanced Life Support courses and a UW associate professor of Anesthesiology. He is also associate program director of the UW's Anesthesiology Residency Training Program and director of the Clinical Base Year.
Dr. Pittaway gets the utmost personal and professional satisfaction from caring for very sick children and ensuring they experience their surgeries in the safest and most pain-free way possible.
Dr. Pittaway earned his M.D. and A.U.D. at Nottingham University in England. His clinical and research interests include pediatric surgery (especially neonatal), transplantation, medical education, simulation and resuscitation.
In his free time Dr. Pittaway enjoys bicycling, hiking, sailing and music.