Pediatrics

Divisions: Hematology/Oncology

The Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Program combines the specialized expertise and dedicated resources of two of the region's leaders in pediatric care, research and education.

The program provides the region's most highly specialized resources for children with cancer, anemias, sickle cell disease, and bleeding/coagulation problems.

Residents also learn from a multidisciplinary team that includes highly skilled nurse specialists, social workers, child-life specialists, and physical and occupational therapists specially trained not only to provide clinical help but also to offer emotional support for the children and their families. These health care professionals help to educate the residents on the psychosocial issues that affect children and families facing serious life-threatening diseases.

Residents have exposure to the Toledo Children's Hospital Pediatric Hematology-Oncology team.  The team, staffed by specialists, Dr. Dagmar Stein, Dr. Crawford Strunk and Dr. Jamie Dargart, ensures a rounded out experience, with particular attention to hemophilic disorders.  

Last Updated: 7/18/17