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Elizabeth DeWitt | Medical Services

Programs & Services


  • English

Elizabeth DeWitt | Education

Undergraduate School

Middlebury College

2004, Middlebury, VT

Medical School

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

2009, Bronx, NY


Boston Children's Hospital/Boston Medical Center

2010, Boston, MA


Boston Children's Hospital/Boston Medical Center

2012, Boston, MA


Cardiac Electrophysiology

Boston Children's Hospital

2016, Boston, MA

Elizabeth DeWitt | Certifications

  • American Board of Pediatrics (Cardiology)
  • American Board of Pediatrics (General)

Elizabeth DeWitt | Professional History

Dr. DeWitt completed medical school at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, NY, and then came to the Boston Combined Residency Program at Boston Children’s Hospital and Boston Medical Center for internship and residency in Pediatrics. She stayed on for Cardiology fellowship, during which time she served as Chief Fellow. She completed a senior fellowship in Electrophysiology at Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. DeWitt is currently a member of the Electrophysiology Division at Boston Children’s Hospital. She takes care of patients with heart rhythm disorders, in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. She also performs arrhythmia ablations and pacemaker, defibrillator and implantable loop recorder implants. In addition, she cares for patients with inherited cardiomyopathies and associated arrhythmias, including arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy. She is the Electrophysiology representative for the Heterotaxy Program and the Medical Director of the Surgical Electrophysiology Program, an intradisciplinary program that aims to improve outcomes for patients. The current focus of this clinical program and research efforts is to decrease postoperative heart block by using electrophysiology mapping to identify conduction tissue at the time of the surgical repair.

Elizabeth DeWitt | Media

PediHeart Podcast

Dr. DeWitt shares her insights into a recent report she co-authored by the Departments of Surgery and Cardiology at her institution about intraoperative mapping of conduction

Elizabeth DeWitt | Publications

Being told your child has a heart problem, no matter how simple or complex, is overwhelming information for a parent to hear. One of my most important roles as a physician caring for patients with heart disease is to educate patients and their families about their condition. Applying my education and training to help relieve a family’s anxiety in this manner is one of the most fulfilling aspects of my job.