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David Zipes MD, FAAP, SFHM, PHM

David G. Zipes MD, FAAP, SFHM, PHM

Pediatric Hospitalist, Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital, Indianapolis, Indiana

David Zipes, MD FAAP, SFHM, PHM has been a full-time pediatric hospitalist since completing his pediatric residency training from Cincinnati Children’s in 1996. In addition to being the first pediatric hospitalist in Indiana, he was the founding member and director of the Pediatric Hospitalist Service at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana (PMCH). He is currently a practicing pediatric hospitalist at PMCH and hospitalist director and chair of pediatrics at Henry Community Health. He is amongst the first pediatric hospitalists to become board certified in pediatric hospital medicine.

He is nationally prominent in the field of pediatric hospital medicine and has contributed to multiple articles and textbooks.   He was the founding member of the Society of Hospital Medicine’s Pediatric Committee and has served on their Board of Directors and as Secretary. Additionally, he was integral in the development of the Pediatric Hospital Medicine core curriculum, the PRIS network and the Tri Sponsored Pediatric Hospital Medicine Annual Meeting. He has been active in meeting planning for the Society of Hospital Medicine and was the Co-Chair for the 2008 Tri Sponsored Pediatric Hospital Medicine Meeting. He was the recipient of SHM's prestigious Award of Excellence for Service to Hospital Medicine.


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