Amanda C. Schondelmeyer, MD

Attending Physician, Division of Hospital Medicine

Academic Affiliations

Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Phone 513-803-9158



Hospital medicine


Quality improvement; clinical research

Amanda Schondelmeyer, MD, MSc, is a fellowship-trained pediatric hospitalist. She provides clinical care for hospitalized children and conducts research and quality improvement work in the inpatient setting. Her research focuses on improving the quality, safety, and value of care provided to hospitalized children by evaluating and reducing overuse.

BS, BA: University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, 2005.

MD: University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, 2009.

Residency: Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2012.

Fellowship: Hospital Medicine, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2015.

MSc: University of Cincinnati Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, 2015.

Certification: Pediatrics, 2012.

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Schondelmeyer AC, Bonafide CP, Goel VV, Blake N, Cvach M, Sucharew H, Simmons JM, Brady PW. The frequency of physiologic monitor alarms in a children's hospital. J Hosp Med. 2016.

Schondelmeyer AC, Brady PW, Sucharew H, Huang G, Hofacer KE, Simmons JM. The Impact of Reduced Pulse Oximetry Use on Alarm Frequency. Hosp Pediatr. 2016;6(4):243-247.

Chua KP, Neuman MI, McWilliams JM, Aronson PL on behalf of the Febrile Young Infant Research Collaborative (*Thurm C, Williams DJ, Browning WL, Nigrovic LE, Alpern ER, Tieder JS, Feldman EA, Shah SS, Schondelmeyer AC, Alessandrini EA, McCulloh RJ, Myers AL, Balamuth F, Hayes KL). Association between clinical outcomes and hospital guidelines for cerebrospinal fluid testing in febrile infants aged 29-56 days. J Pediatr. 2015 Dec;167(6):1340-6.e9. (*members of the investigative team; cited as collaborators in PubMed and in the appendix of the manuscript)

Aronson PL, Williams DJ, Thurm C, Tieder JS, Alpern ER, Nigrovic LE, Schondelmeyer AC, Balamuth F, Myers AL, McCulloh RJ, Alessandrini EA, Shah SS, Browning WL, Hayes KL, Feldman EA, Neuman MI; for the Febrile Young Infant Research Collaborative. Accuracy of Diagnosis Codes to Identify Febrile Young Infants Using Administrative Data. J Hosp Med. 2015 Dec;10(12):787-93.

Aronson PL, Thurm C, Williams DR, Nigrovic LE, Alpern ER, Tieder JS, Shah SS, McCulloh RJ, Balamuth F, Schondelmeyer AC, Alessandrini EA, Browning WL, Myers AL, Neuman MI for the Febrile Young Infant Research Collaborative. Association of Clinical Practice Guidelines with Emergency Department Management of Febrile Infants ≤56 Days. J Hosp Med. 2015 Jun;10(6):358-65.

Schondelmeyer A, Simmons JM, Statile AM, Hofacer KE, Smith R, Prine L, Brady PW. Using quality improvement to reduce continuous pulse oximetry use in children with wheezing. Pediatrics. Apr 2015;135(4):e1044-1051.

Sherenian MG, Clee M, Schondelmeyer A, de Alarcón A, Li J, Assa’ad A, Risma K. Caustic Ingestions Mimicking Anaphylaxis: Case Studies and Literature Review. Pediatrics. Feb 2015;135(2):e547-550.

Aronson PL, Thurm C, Alpern ER, Alessandrini EA, Williams DJ, Shah SS, Nigrovic LE, McCulloh RJ, Schondelmeyer A, Tieder JS, and Neuman MI for the Febrile Young Infant Research Collaborative. Variation in Care of the Febrile Young Infant <90 Days in US Pediatric Emergency Departments. Pediatrics. Oct 2014;134(4):667-677.

Schaffzin JK, Dodd CN, Nguyen H, Schondelmeyer A, Campanella S, Goldstein SL. Administrative data misclassifies and fails to identify nephrotoxin-associated acute kidney injury in hospitalized children. Hospital pediatrics. May 2014;4(3):159-166.

White CM, Statile AM, White DL, Elkeeb D, Tucker K, Herzog D, Warrick SD, Warrick DM, Hausfield J, Schondelmeyer A, Schoettker PJ, Kiessling P, Farrell M, Kotagal U, Ryckman FC. Using quality improvement to optimise paediatric discharge efficiency. BMJ quality & safety. May 2014;23(5):428-436.