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Margaret Fallon | Medical Services

Languages

  • English

Margaret Fallon | Education

Undergraduate School

Harvard University

2010, Boston, MA

Graduate School

Arizona State University

2012, Phoenix, AZ

Medical School

Harvard Medical School

2017, Boston, MA

Internship

Massachusetts General Hospital for Children

2018, Boston, MA

Residency

Massachusetts General Hospital for Children

2020, Boston, MA

Margaret Fallon | Professional History

Dr. Fallon grew up in Cohasset, Massachusetts. She graduated from Harvard College where she studied chemical and physical biology. After college, she joined the Teach for America Program and taught high school chemistry in Phoenix, Arizona. She also received her Master’s in Education from Arizona State University before coming back east to attend Harvard Medical School. During medical school, she developed a group visit curriculum for high-risk pediatric patients with asthma. Dr. Fallon completed her residency at Massachusetts General Hospital for Children where she also served as a Chief Resident. During residency and chief residency, Dr. Fallon worked on multiple initiatives for resident education and became a Certified Lactation Counselor. In 2018, she received the MGHfC Teaching Award chosen by Harvard Medical students.

I find great joy in interacting with children at all developmental stages and working with their parents as they navigate what makes each stage different and special. I focus on learning not only about my patients' medical problems, but also about their lives outside of these problems. This focus on the whole patient allows me to provide care that uniquely fits each patient and their family.