Anne Stack, MD
|Department||Department of Medicine|
|Hospital Title||Clinical Chief of the Division of Emergency Medicine|
|Academic Title||Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School|
Main ED, Ground
300 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
As Clinical Chief of the Division of Emergency Medicine, Dr. Stack’s academic focus is on improving the quality of care for children seeking emergency treatment. She is a founding member of the Steering Committee of the Center for Excellence in Quality and Safety. This group has been charged with the academic development of the quality and safety mission of Children’s Hospital Boston and with guiding the field of pediatrics in understanding what comprises excellent pediatric care. She is working to disseminate nationally the pediatric emergency quality measures she helped develop.
About Anne Stack
Anne Stack received her MD from Harvard Medical School, and spent her entire postdoctoral career and Fellowships with Children’s Hospital Boston. Since 2005, she has been named Clinical Chief of Emergency Medicine as well as the Director for Professionalism in Emergency Medicine and is currently a Senior Associate Physician in Pediatric Medicine at Boston Children’s
Chung S, Monteiro S, Hogencamp T, Damian FJ, Stack A. Pediatric alternate site of care during the 2009 H1N1 pandemic. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2011 Jun; 27(6):519-26.
Porter SC, Johnston P, Parry G, Damian F, Hoppa EC, Stack AM. Improving parent-provider communication in the pediatric emergency department: results from the clear and concise communication campaign. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2011 Feb; 27(2):75-80.
Hillier DF, Parry GJ, Shannon MW, Stack AM. The effect of hospital bed occupancy on throughput in the pediatric emergency department. Ann Emerg Med. 2009 Jun; 53(6):767-76.e3.
Bourgeois FT, Shannon MW, Stack AM. "Left without being seen": a national profile of children who leave the emergency department before evaluation. Ann Emerg Med. 2008 Dec; 52(6):599-605.
Babcock GJ, Broering TJ, Hernandez HJ, Mandell RB, Donahue K, Boatright N, Stack AM, Lowy I, Graziano R, Molrine D, Ambrosino DM, Thomas WD. Human monoclonal antibodies directed against toxins A and B prevent Clostridium difficile-induced mortality in hamsters. Infect Immun. 2006 Nov; 74(11):6339-47.