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Nemours continues its commitment to deliver quality care to children and families with a sharp focus on physician recruitment, retention, engagement and well-being.
The Department of Pediatrics welcomed its newest member to the Central Florida community. Dr. Darlene Calhoun, new Chief of Neonatology, is an accomplished neonatologist who delivered critical care to newborns and served as a faculty member at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, FL. She also served as medical director of the NICU at Sarasota Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Calhoun is a leader in advances in neonatal care with more than 50 peer-reviewed original research reports and a dozen review articles. She has authored three book chapters and provides peer review for six journals including Pediatrics, The Journal of Pediatrics, and the Journal of Perinatology. Dr. Calhoun is certified in neonatal-perinatal medicine and in general pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics. She graduated from the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed a residency in pediatrics in The Ohio State University program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus. She specialized in neonatology with a fellowship at the University of Florida in Gainesville.
In Radiology, Nemours is expanding Dr. Craig Johnson’s role. Dr. Johnson has been named Radiology Chair and will oversee the Nemours Children’s Hospital Department of Radiology including the diagnostic and clinical/interventional components to ensure enterprise integration continues to grow. He is a regionally and nationally recognized physician in the field of vascular anomalies and pediatric image-guided therapies. Dr. Johnson currently serves as the Program Director of the Vascular Anomalies Program at Nemours Children’s Hospital and will continue his role as enterprise Director of Interventional Radiology, leading the combined largest pediatric interventional group in the nation.
In addition, Dr. Fabiola Weber, will now serve as Division Chief of Interventional Radiology. Board-certified by the American Board of Radiology, Dr. Weber earned her medical degree at the Ponce School of Medicine and Health Sciences and completed an internship and residency at University Hospitals Richmond Medical Center and a diagnostic radiology residency at the Medical College of Georgia. She completed fellowships in pediatric radiology and pediatric interventional radiology at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Interventional Radiology is a sub-specialty of radiology utilizing minimally invasive procedures to diagnose and treat diseases almost anywhere in a child’s body. There are a little over 100 fellowship trained pediatric interventional radiologists in the United States. Throughout Nemours Children’s Health System, there are seven fellowship trained pediatric interventional radiologists. In Central Florida, there are only three in the region and all three are at Nemours Children’s Hospital.