two urology surgeons join UMass memorial medical center

 

Drs. Ellsworth and Maranchie bring expertise in adult and pediatric urology

 

October 23, 2002

 

WORCESTER, Mass.— Surgeons Pamela L. Ellsworth, MD, and Jodi K. Maranchie, MD, have joined the Division of Urology in the Department of Surgery at UMass Memorial Medical Center. Dr. Ellsworth came to UMass Memorial from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Hanover, New Hampshire, and Dr. Maranchie was recruited from the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland. Both also hold faculty positions at the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS), UMass Memorial’s academic partner.

 

After earning her medical degree at UMMS, Ellsworth returned to UMMS for her general surgery residency prior to starting her urology residence at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. She subsequently completed a fellowship in pediatric urology at the University of Florida, Gainesville. Her practice specializes in two areas, pediatric urology and adult erectile dysfunction. Ellsworth is the author of 100 Questions & Answers About Erectile Dysfunction, 100 Questions & Answers About Prostate Cancer and Blackwell’s Primary Care Essentials: Urology. 

 

Dr. Maranchie earned her medical degree at Northwestern University School of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois, then completed her urology residency at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard University before becoming a clinical fellow in urologic oncology at the National Cancer Institute. Her practice at UMass Memorial serves adults with all urologic conditions and diseases, with a special interest in urologic oncology.

 

UMass Memorial Health Care is Central Massachusetts’ largest not-for-profit health care delivery system, covering the complete health care continuum with teaching hospitals, affiliated community hospitals, freestanding primary care practices, ambulatory outpatient clinics, long-term care facilities, home health agencies, hospice programs, a rehabilitation group and mental health services.

 

The University of Massachusetts Medical School is one of the fastest growing medical schools in the country, attracting more than $134 million in research funding annually.  A perennial top ten finisher in the annual US News & World Report ranking of primary care medical schools, UMMS comprises a medical school, graduate school of nursing, graduate school of biomedical sciences and an active research enterprise, and is a leader in health sciences education, research and public service.

 

Contact:

Sandra Gray, 508-856-2000