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Thank you for your patience as our teams are working hard to accommodate higher than usual patient volumes as quickly as possible.
For the safety of staff and patients, we are currently limiting 1 caregiver per child in our offices.

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Dear Dr. Christina
PM Pediatrics

Medical Leadership

Sheryl Cohen, MD, FAAP

David J. Mathison, MD, MBA, FAAP

Dr. David Mathison is the Senior Vice President of Clinical Operations, responsible for coordinating and overseeing the clinical operations across all regions.  Dr. Mathison joined PM Pediatrics in 2015 to help lead business development in Maryland, D.C. and Virginia before taking a national role in 2021 where he now focuses on standards for consistent and efficient operations across all locations as well as business development in new/growing regions.  Dr. Mathison currently serves as the pediatric editor for the Journal of Urgent Care Medicine and is the vice-chair of the AAP Section of Urgent Care Medicine where he works with other pediatric leaders to author guidelines and advance the field of pediatric urgent care.  Dr. Mathison is a pediatric emergency physician by training.  Prior to joining PM Pediatrics, he was a faculty member in the Emergency Department at Children’s National for almost ten years where he was also the medical director of the pediatric transport team. Dr. Mathison is the recipient of many grant awards and has authored many peer-reviewed articles to improve the care for ill or injured children.  He continues to lead workshops and give presentations at national meetings. He has received several awards for teaching, research, and for his pediatric emergency app, Pediatric Quick Reference.  In 2010, Dr. Mathison founded a point-of-care streaming patient education company that was acquired in 2017.  He is board certified in both Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics.  Dr. Mathison completed a Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship at Children’s National, and his Pediatric residency at Northwestern University (now Lurie Children’s) where he served as Chief Resident. He earned his medical degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School, and received his Bachelors degree in economics from Emory University. Dr. Mathison also has an M.B.A. from George Washington University.