Craig H. Gosdin, MD, MSHA

Medical Director, Division of Hospital Medicine, Liberty Campus

Medical Director, Liberty Observation Unit

Attending Physician, Division of Hospital Medicine

Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Phone 513-636-6223

Fax 513-803-9245

Email craig.gosdin@cchmc.org

Administration; resident education; pediatric hospitalist workforce issues

Dr. Gosdin is a pediatric hospitalist with a diverse training background. His clinical experience includes practice in community and academic settings as well as practice in the office, emergency department and inpatient settings.

As medical director of the Liberty Hospitalist Service and Liberty Inpatient Unit (LA1W), he is responsible for the development and expansion of the Division of Hospital Medicine at the Liberty Campus. He is active in the Division of Hospital Medicine Leadership Group at Cincinnati Children's and helps lead strategic planning and program development for the division. He also serves as the leader of regional programs for the Division of Hospital Medicine. On the national level, Dr. Gosdin has served on the PHM Roundtable Clinical / Workforce Working Group to help develop Guidelines for a Pediatric Hospitalist Dashboard, and has performed on-site consultation for hospitalist programs at other institutions.

MD: Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, 1994.

Internship: University of Texas Southwestern at Dallas, Dallas, TX, 1995.

Residency: University of Texas Southwestern at Dallas, Dallas, TX, 1996-1997.

Certification: American Board of Pediatrics, 1997, 2004.

MSHA: Virginia Commonwealth University, June, 2009.

Gosdin CH, Vaughn LM. Physician to Physician Bedside Handoff with Nurse and Family Involvement: A Qualitative Examination of Stakeholder Perceptions. Hospital Pediatrics. 2(1):34-38.

Hain P, Daru J, Robbins E, Bode R, Brands C, Gosdin CH, Garber M, Marks M, Percelay Terferi S, Tobey D. A Proposed Dashboard for Pediatric Hospital Medicine Groups. Hospital Pediatrics. 2(2):59-70.

Tofani BF, Rineair SA, Gosdin CH, Pilcher PM, McGee S, Varadarajan KR, Schoettker PJ. Quality Improvement Project to Reduce Infiltration and Extravasation Events in a Pediatric Hospital. J Pediatr Nurs. 2012 Dec;27(6):682-9.