Top Doctors 2017: Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine

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These specialists focus on comprehensive care for critically ill newborn and premature infants.

Richard J. Badura, M.D.,* prematurity/low-birth-weight infants, breathing disorders; Pediatrix Medical Group, 12040 NE 128th St., Kirkland, 206.526.2600; EvergreenHealth, Swedish Medical Center–First Hill campus; University of Nebraska College of Medicine, 1979  
  
Barry M. Lawson, M.D.,* prematurity/low-birth-weight infants; Pediatrix Medical Group, 12040 NE 128th St., Kirkland, 206.526.2600; EvergreenHealth, Swedish Medical Center–First Hill campus; University of Washington, 1981 
   
Dennis Mayock, M.D., lung disease in newborns, neonatal substance abuse effects; University of Washington Medical Center, Neonatology, 1959 NE Pacific St., Seattle, 206.543.3200; University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle Children’s Hospital; Ohio State University, 1975
    
Jeffrey Stolz, M.D.,* prematurity/low-birth-weight infants; Pediatrix Medical Group, 3326 160th Ave. SE, Suite 450, Seattle, 206.526.2600; EvergreenHealth, Swedish Medical Center–First Hill campus; University of North Carolina School of Medicine, 1988
    
Thomas P. Strandjord, M.D., prematurity/low-birth-weight infants; University of Washington Medical Center, Neonatology, 1959 NE Pacific St., Seattle, 206.543.3200; University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle Children’s Hospital; Johns Hopkins University, 1983

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