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Here at Boston Children’s, your child will be treated by a collaborative team of doctors who are the world’s leading experts in esophageal disorders such as esophageal atresia.
Working collaboratively to diagnose, treat and care for your child, our experts have one goal in mind: to help each and every child achieve a healthy esophagus and eat and swallow normally.
Nowhere else in the world will you find a team with as much depth of experience and extraordinary success at treating these rare disorders.
Russell W. Jennings, MD, Director, EAT Program
John Foker, MD, Scientific Director, EAT Program
Michael Manfredi, MD, Co-director, EAT Program
Christopher Baird, MD
David Clendenin, MD
Thomas E. Hamilton, MD
Carlos Munoz, MD
Peter Ngo, MD
Roger Nuss, MD
Melissa Putman, MD
Lawrence Rhein, MD
C. Jason Smithers, MD
Cornelius Sullivan, MD
Dorothy "Dori" Gallagher, RN
Kelly Gillette-Merkerian, PNP
Nicole Palumbo, PNP
Kelly Duguay, BS
To make an appointment or speak with a member of our team, please call 617-355-3038.
For families residing outside of the United States, please call Boston Children's International Health Services at +01-617-355-5209.
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