IHA Pediatric Hospitalists care for patients at St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor hospital.

IHA Pediatric Hospital Medicine at St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor

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Address

5301 E. Huron River Dr.
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
US

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Hours

Store Hours:

Day of the WeekHours
MonOpen 24 hours
TueOpen 24 hours
WedOpen 24 hours
ThuOpen 24 hours
FriOpen 24 hours
SatOpen 24 hours
SunOpen 24 hours
  • Our Specialty
    Services
  • Hospital medicine refers to the medical care you receive while you are in the hospital. A hospitalist is a physician who has been trained in pediatrics and has special expertise in caring for the complex needs of a pediatric hospitalized patient. Children and adolescents who are hospitalized usually have more acute (or urgent, active) health needs, requiring more management than a doctor’s other, non-hospitalized patients. Hospitalists oversee your medical care, working closely with other patient care staff and physicians. They also connect with your regular physician to coordinate and manage medications, treatments and other medical needs while hospitalized. Hospitalists care for children and adolescents with conditions including: • Respiratory illnesses, such as pneumonia or influenza • Infectious diseases • Recovery from injury or surgery • Problems with ongoing issues such as asthma or diabetes
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Additional Healthcare Service Providers
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  • Alissa Doherty, MD
    Neonatologist
  • Amy Mosher, MD
    Pediatric Hospitalist
  • Anne Boyd, MD
    Pediatric Hospitalist
  • Anne Vandenbelt, MD
    Pediatric Hospitalist
  • Aseel Zeidan, MD
    Pediatric Hospitalist
  • Calista Campbell, MD
    Pediatric Hospitalist
  • Jodi Fichera, MD
    Pediatric Hospitalist
  • Judy Ivacko, MD
    Neonatologist
  • Kate Brune, DO
    Neonatologist
  • Kim Tekkanat, MD
    Neonatologist
  • Lisa Judge, MD
    Neonatologist
  • Melisa Oca, MD
    Neonatologist
  • Sowmya Angusamy, MD
    Neonatologist
  • Amy Albert, CNP
    Pediatric Hospital Medicine Nurse Practitioner
  • Kaitlin Wilkinson, CNP
    Pediatric Hospital Medicine Nurse Practitioner
  • Kristin Evans, CNP
    Pediatric Hospital Medicine Nurse Practitioner
  • Melissa Schroeter, CNP
    Pediatric Hospital Medicine Nurse Practitioner
  • Sarah Benjamin, CNP
    Pediatric Hospital Medicine Nurse Practitioner
  • Kelly Strickler, CNP, IBCLC
    Pediatric Nurse Practitioner & Lactation Consultant
  • Adriana Benedetto, CNP
    Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
  • Julie Byrne, CNP, IBCLC
    Pediatric Nurse Practitioner & Lactation Consultant
  • Marissa DaSilva, CNP, IBCLC
    Pediatric Nurse Practitioner & Lactation Consultant
  • Kathryn Fenton, CNP
    Pediatric Hospital Medicine Nurse Practitioner
  • Sumati Reddy, MD
    Pediatric Hospitalist
  • Alison Emmitt, MD
    Pediatric Hospitalist
  • Eliza Stensland, MD
    Pediatric Hospitalist

About The Practice

Hospital medicine refers to the medical care you receive while you are in the hospital. A hospitalist is a physician who has been trained in pediatrics and has special expertise in caring for the complex needs of a pediatric hospitalized patient. Children and adolescents who are hospitalized usually have more acute (or urgent, active) health needs, requiring more management than a doctor’s other, non-hospitalized patients.

Hospitalists oversee your medical care, working closely with other patient care staff and physicians. They also connect with your regular physician to coordinate and manage medications, treatments and other medical needs while hospitalized.

Hospitalists care for children and adolescents with conditions including:
• Respiratory illnesses, such as pneumonia or influenza
• Infectious diseases
• Recovery from injury or surgery
• Problems with ongoing issues such as asthma or diabetes
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