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Brittany B. Hubbell, MD


  • Attending Physician, Division of Hospital Medicine
  • Instructor, UC Department of Pediatrics
My goal with patient and family interactions is to build their trust through my expertise and personal connection. If I can ease their anxiety a little bit and form an alliance, the healing process has already begun.

About

Biography

Ever since I was a child, I have wanted to be a physician. My dad is a neonatologist, and he fostered my love of science and medicine, pricking his finger so I could examine his blood under the microscope, and always encouraging my path to becoming a doctor.

As a pediatric hospitalist, I specialize in hospitalized children, including those on the general pediatric service, and in consultation and co-management of surgical patients with medical comorbidities.

I meet families at one of the most stressful times — their child is ill enough to require hospitalization. My goal with patient and family interactions is to build their trust through my expertise and personal connection. If I can ease their anxiety a little bit and form an alliance, the healing process has already begun.

Outside of work, I stay busy with my young family. My husband and I had three children in four and a half years! We love family days and being outside – from bubbles and backyard camping, to hiking and skipping rocks on a river. I am also a podcast junkie and a proud plant lady with lots of indoor plants and an outdoor vegetable garden.

Publications

Enough Is Enough: Quality Improvement to Deimplement High-Flow Nasal Cannula in Bronchiolitis. Treasure, JD; Hubbell, B; Statile, AM. Hospital pediatrics. 2021; 11:e54-e56.

Things We Do for No Reason: Systemic Corticosteroids for Wheezing in Preschool-Aged Children. Jones, YO; Hubbell, BB; Thomson, J; O'Toole, JK. Journal of hospital medicine (Online). 2019; 14:774-776.

Tapeworm. Hubbell, BB; Shah, SS. The 5-Minute Pediatric Consult, 8th Edition. 2018.

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