Mackenzie Frost, MD, MEd, is an Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Director of Neonatal Education and Director of Fellowship Education in the Department of Pediatrics at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Mackenzie Frost, MD MEd, is an attending neonatologist, Director of Pediatric Fellowship Education and Director of Neonatal Education at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Dr. Frost is leading the development of the new Core Curriculum for all pediatric subspecialty fellows at CHOP. She has specific expertise in assessment and quality improvement in medical education. Dr. Frost is the faculty advisor for both the Fellows Association and the Residents and Fellows Subcommittee for the Graduate Medical Education Committee. Dr. Frost is the Chair for the Assessment Learning Community for the Association of Pediatric Program Directors (APPD).
Dr. Frost serves as attending neonatologist at CHOP and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Frost received her medical degree from Oregon Health and Sciences University in Portland, OR. She completed her pediatric residency at Brown University in Providence, RI and was selected as a chief resident. Dr. Frost completed her neonatal fellowship at University of Colorado in Denver, CO. She received her Master’s degree in Medical Education from the University of Cincinnati.
Education and Training
MD - Oregon Health Sciences University (Medicine), Portland, OR
Pediatrics, Brown University Medical School, Providence, RI
Resident, Pediatrics, Brown University Medical School, Providence, RI
Chief Resident, Pediatrics, Brown University Medical School, Providence, RI
Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, CO
Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP)Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) InstructorNeonatal-Perinatal Medicine – American Board of PediatricsPediatrics – American Board of Pediatrics
MEd - Cincinnati Children's Hospital, Cincinnati, OH
Reed S, Frey-Vogel A, Frost MS.: Look Who's Talking: A Survey of Pediatric Program Directors on Communication Skills Education in Pediatric Residency Program. Academic Pediatrics 20(1): 9-13, Jan 2020.
Frost, MS.: Validation of the Mayo Evaluation of Reflection on Improvement Tool (MERIT) for use in a Pediatric Residency Program- Poster Presentation. Association of Pediatric Program Directors Spring Meeting, New Orleans, LA 2019.
Frost, MS.: Improving Pediatric Resident Preparation for Fellowship Interviews with a Fellowship Preparation Curriculum and Interview Website- Poster Presentation. Pediatric Academic Society, Baltimore, MD 2019.
Frost, MS.: Validity of Pooled Faculty Evaluations in a Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship Program- Poster Presentation. Pediatric Academic Society, Toronto, Canada 2018.
Frost, MS.: Validity of Pooled Faculty Evaluations in a Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship Program- Poster Presentation. Association of Pediatric Program Directors Spring Meeting, Atlanta, GA 2018.
Frost, MS.: Comparing Combined Weighted Ordered Rank Lists to Traditional Evaluation Methods for Creation of Rank Lists for Neonatal Fellowship Applicants- Poster Presentation. Association of Pediatric Program Directors Spring Meeting, Atlanta, GA 2018.
Frost, MS.: The Impact of moving from an open bed NICU to private rooms on Parent-Provider Communication- Poster Presentation. Pediatric Academic Society, San Francisco, CA 2017.
Frost, MS.: Improving Kangaroo Care in the NICU- Poster Presentation. Pediatric Academic Society, San Francisco, CA 2017.
Awards and Honors
2000 Rose Outstanding Service Award- Oregon Health Sciences University
2001 Rose Outstanding Service Award- Oregon Health Sciences University
2002 Outstanding Service in the NICU: PGY1- Brown Medical School, Woman and Infant's Hospital
2003 Outstanding Service in the NICU: PGY2- Brown Medical School, Women and Infant's Hospital
2005 Haffenreffer Fellow in Medical Sciences- Brown Medical School, Rhode Island Hospital/Hasbro Children's Hospital
2018 APPD Quality Improvement Award- National Association of Pediatric Program Directors
Editorial and Academic Positions
Academic and Institutional Committees
Faculty Advisor, Fellows Association
Faculty Advisor, Resident and Fellow Advisory Sub-committee, Graduate Medical Education Committee
Association of Pediatric Program Directors
- Chair, Assessment Learning Community
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