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Allan M. Goldstein

Chief of Pediatric Surgery & Surgeon-in-Chief, MassGeneral Hospital for Children at Massachusetts General Hospital

I received my M.D. degree from Harvard Medical School in 1993 and then did a residency in general surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital from 1993-2000. I then went to New York where I completed a 2-year fellowship (from 2000-2002) in pediatric surgery at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center. In 2002 I returned to Mass. General to join the Department of Pediatric Surgery. My practice is limited to the surgical care of infants and children, including adolescents. I practice the full spectrum of pediatric surgery. My specific interests are in minimally invasive pediatric surgery and in intestinal disorders. I have an active clinical and basic science research program studying the causes and potential treatments of neurointestinal diseases, including Hirschsprung's disease. My practice is primarily based at Mass. General, but I also see patients in the North Shore at Danvers. Since 2013 I have been Chief of the Division of Pediatric Surgery at Mass. General and Surgeon-in-Chief of MassGeneral Hospital for Children.

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  • Chief of Pediatric Surgery & Surgeon-in-Chief, MassGeneral Hospital for Children

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