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Dr. Maslach-Hubbard received her medical degree from Jagiellonian University Medical College and completed her combined Internal Medicine and Pediatric residency program at Marshfield Clinic/St. Josephs Hospital, Marshfield, Wisconsin. Her Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship was completed at the University of Michigan. After completion of fellowship, she joined the faculty at the University of Utah. Dr. Hubbard is board-certified in Pediatrics and Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.
She is currently an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Utah and is in the Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at Primary Children’s Medical Center. She is the Medical Director of the Pediatric ECMO program for the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) and the pediatric cardiac intensive care unit (CICU). She serves as liaison between the medical PICU team and the Respiratory Therapy department at Primary Children’s Medical Center. She is also the medical representative of the Pediatric Critical Care Division for collaboration with Intermountain Donor Services.
Her specific clinical and academic interests are related to further development and improvement of pediatric ECMO program. She is actively involved in ECMO QI system that identifies opportunities and develops strategies to optimize ECMO related patient care in our PICU. Other clinical projects she is involved in include revision and development of ECLS protocols and further development of the training program for faculty, fellows, ECMO primers and nurses through a series of lectures and simulation program. Future projects and goals also include development of pediatric ECMO transport system for Intermountain Region. Her research focus is on evaluation of specific clinical practices in ECMO patients.
Board Certification and Academic Information
|Academic Departments||Pediatrics - Assistant Professor (Clinical)
|Academic Divisions||Pediatric Critical Care
|Board Certification||National Board of Medical Examiners