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  • Nora Kathleen Stillman
  • “As a pediatrician, I get to advocate on behalf of all children.”

The human body is so fascinating to me: from our physical anatomy to how our minds and emotions work. It’s so amazing to see how everything works together.

One of the things I love best about my role as a physician is being a part of the solution. Bring me your problems and we will think about them together. I want to be a resource to empower the people who are taking care of their children day to day. We have the same goal to see this child thrive and grow up healthy and happy so they can reach their fullest potential.

With children, we have this wonderful opportunity to anticipate and prevent issues so each child can find their optimal health. Part of that is giving children a voice. A little baby may not have words yet, but their bodies can speak for them. Even teenagers, who seem like they should be able to speak for themselves, need our support as they learn to take good care of themselves. As a pediatrician, I get to advocate on behalf of all children, and I find so much meaning in that.

Trabajo y educación


Stony Brook University School of Medicine, Stony Brook, NY, 5/18/2017

Últimos años de residencia

UCSF Benioff Childrens Hospital Pediatric Residency, Oakland, CA, 6/24/2020