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David Marcello, MD

Director of Pediatric Hospital Medicine, Pediatric Clinical Decision Unit, Inpatient Pediatrics

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Specialties

Hospital medicine

Board Certifications

Pediatrics, Pediatric Hospital Medicine

Locations

VCU Medical Center Main Hospital
1250 E. Marshall Street
Richmond, VA 23219
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Areas of interest

Pediatric hospital medicine
Throughput efficiency
Community provider outreach
Patient satisfaction
Communication
Sedation and procedural safety and care
Quality improvement
Medical student and resident education
Simulation and mock code training with medical students and residents
Pediatric early warning system and rapid response team activation

Bio

Dr. Marcello returned to Richmond to join the VCU faculty in 2015. He is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Society of Hospital Medicine and a founding member of the Society for Pediatric Sedation. His past positions include Director of Pediatric Inpatient Services at Saint Mary's Hospital in Waterbury CT, hospitalist at Connecticut Children's Medical Center (CCMC) and Director of Sedation Services at CCMC.

Honors and Awards
- Martin Hoffman Memorial Award (1992) and Chief Resident's Award (1993), Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
- Resident Teaching Award, Connecticut Children's Medical Center at University of Connecticut Medical School (2005 and 2015)
- Resident Teaching Award, Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU (2016)

Education

Medical School Boston University School of Medicine
Residency VCU Medical Center<br>Chief resident: VCU Medical Center

Research interests

Sedation, Simulation, Quality improvement

Publications

Coe, Megan, Greenfield, Kara, Willis, Deanna, Feldman, Michael, Baghdassarian, Aline, Karam, Oliver, and Marcello, David. Essentials of Pediatric Burn Injury. Virginia Pediatrics American Academy of Pediatrics and Richmond Academy of Medicine. October 2018

Marcello, David E. American Academy of Pediatrics, Chicago IL. Pediatric Night Float Curriculum: Procedural Sedation. An online PowerPoint presentation was created to introduce and educate the pediatric residents (nationally) on the basic concepts of sedation. Core concepts were delineated and case presentations were designed to emphasize those concepts. May 2012

Cyr, Johnathan, Cravero Joseph P., Frazee, Tracey, Taenzer, Andreas, Marcello, David E. American Society of Anesthesiology-Poster/abstract Awake vs. Sedated Voiding Cystourethrogram Studies in Children: A Multicentered Evaluation of Behavioral Outcomes. Oct. 2011

Stucky, Erin R., Maniscalco, Jennifer, Ottolini, Mary C. The Pediatric Hospital Medicine Core Competencies: A Framework for Curriculum Development by the Society of Hospital Medicine" Journal of Hospital Medicine Volume 5 (Supplement 2) (2010): 1-110. I contributed two Core Competencies: Intravenous Access/Phlebotomy (pages 54-55) and Lumbar Puncture (pages (56-57). April 2010

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  • Specialty: Pediatric Hospital Medicin
      

Board Certifications


Clinical Interests

  • Pediatric hospital medicine
  • Throughput efficiency
  • Community provider outreach
  • Patient satisfaction
  • Communication
  • Sedation and procedural safety and care
  • Quality improvement
  • Medical student and resident education
  • Simulation and mock code training with medical students and residents
  • Pediatric early warning system and rapid response team activation

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