Meet the Norton Children’s Anesthesiology Team

At Norton Children’s, our fellowship-trained pediatric anesthesiologists are experienced in caring for children of all ages. They are dedicated to providing care in a comfortable and safe setting for your child before, during and after surgery or other medical procedures.

Pediatric anesthesiology team

Steven M. Auden, M.D.

David J. Brenneman, M.D.

Haley Fuller, M.D.

Amy M. Judge, M.D.

Edin Jusufbegovic, M.D.

Sasi R. Kalathoor, M.D.

Andrea S. Kristofy, M.D.

Rebecca L. Layton, M.D.

Tyler C. McCambridge, D.O.

Evelyn L. Overbey, M.D.

Dawnisa K. Pabon, M.D.

Supraja N. Parthasarathy, M.D.

Walter M. Rose, D.O.

David M. Small, M.D.

Cara L. Sparks, M.D.

Anna M. Staudt, M.D.

Ryan D. Swain, M.D.

Margo C. Vallee, M.D.

Margaret N. VanWyk, M.D.

Melissa D. Veneracion, M.D.

Sarah M. Welsh, M.D.

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Norton Children’s Anesthesiology

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