Resources for Professionals
We offer many resources for referring physicians, other professionals in the medical field, and those in training for their medical careers.
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CHOP is ranked No. 1 on Forbes’ 2022 list of America’s Best Large Employers because we value the strength, resilience and unwavering commitment of our employees. Interested in joining our team?
Go Further Through Fellowship
The history, expertise and compassion that make Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia unique are also what makes us the best place for medical trainees.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Equitable advancement of pediatric patient care, research, and teaching requires the unique contributions of individuals with varied life experiences. Our team is dedicated to building a community that recruits and embraces individuals who identify as underrepresented in medicine (URiM). We aim to create an inclusive culture within our section where our URiM faculty can prosper.
Some of our diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) quality improvement, education and research efforts include:
- Implementing social determinants of health screening for hospitalized families
- Improving rates of interpreter use for hospitalized families with emerging English proficiency
- Creation of a reproductive justice curriculum for medical providers
- Interpretation of educational materials on anaphylaxis and epinephrine use into languages other than English
We recognize the pervasive negative impact of systemic racism on the health of our community. By cultivating a diverse and inclusive workforce that reflects our patient population, we can provide more equitable healthcare to our patients from Philadelphia and around the world.
About Our DEI Officers
- Tatiana Londoño Gentile, MD • Dr. Gentile completed her medical school training at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson and completed her pediatric residency training at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She joined the Section of Hospital Medicine in 2019. She is a committed physician with a passion for health equity. More specifically, she is working to identify, better understand, and ultimately act upon racial and ethnic inequities in pediatric hospital settings.
- John N. Fonge, MD • Dr. Fonge completed his combined internal medicine and pediatrics residency at the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria. He joined the Section of Hospital Medicine in 2021. He is interested in promoting diversity and a culture of inclusion in healthcare.
- Stephanie Gati, MD • Dr. Gati joined the CHOP Section of Hospital Medicine in 2021 after completing a residency at New York Presbyterian/Columbia and medical school at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She is interested in promoting health equity through quality improvement and advocacy.
Pathway to Best Practices
Our Clinical Pathways incorporate evidence, best practices, and local expert consensus into easily accessible, shared mental models for use by clinical teams at the point of care to facilitate the delivery of high-quality medical care.
Essential Tools for Providers
We pride ourselves on going above and beyond to deliver cutting-edge care to children and their families, but we are just as committed to providing tools, resources and educational opportunities for healthcare professionals.