Undergraduate: Cornell University (Animal Science)
Graduate School: Columbia University (Masters in Public Health)
Medical School: Pennsylvania State University
Internship/Residency: Maricopa Medical Center
Fellowship: Pediatric Emergency Medicine (UCSD/Rady)
Dr. Kristy Schwartz is a board-certified emergency physician and subspecialized in pediatric emergency medicine. She works clinically at the UCSD hospitals and Rady Children’s Hospital.
After attending Cornell University for her undergraduate degree, Dr. Schwartz received her master's in public health from Columbia University in New York City. She earned her medical degree at Pennsylvania State University and completed her residency in emergency medicine at Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix. Fellowship training was in pediatric emergency medicine at Rady Children's Hospital.
Dr. Schwartz's clinical and research interests include ED operations, asthma management, and pediatric traumatic injuries. When not working, Dr. Schwartz enjoys hiking, traveling, outdoor adventures and spending time with her husband, who is also an emergency medicine physician.
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