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Theodore Macnow

Dr. Theodore Macnow, MD grew up outside Philadelphia. He attended undergraduate and medical school at Tufts University. He completed a pediatrics residency at the Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital in New York City and a pediatric emergency fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital. He currently works as a pediatric emergency physician and the medical director for the UMass Memorial Children’s Medical Center Pediatric Emergency Department.  He was the educator of the year for the pediatrics department and off-service educator of the year for the family medicine residency in 2019.  

Ted has published on carbon monoxide poisoning in youth ice hockey players and management of carbon monoxide in the pediatric emergency department. He was the principal investigator of a randomized control trial published in JAMA Pediatrics on the effect of screen time on recovery from concussion.   He is the co-course director for a popular OEE on responding to emergencies in the community.  He has published a book chapter and spoke about medical emergencies on commercial flights in multiple venues.

 Ted lives in Wayland, MA with his wife and two sons.  In his free time, he plays centerfield for the Base Invaders softball team and coaches his sons' baseball teams.  He also enjoys pick-up ice hockey, running, gardening, and barbequing.