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Angela M. Statile, MD, MEd

  • Associate Chief of Staff, Inpatient Acute Care
  • Associate Division Director for Quality, Division of Hospital Medicine
  • Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics



I enjoy taking care of patients who are admitted to the hospital because I am able to work with a big team of dedicated practitioners who place the patient and family at the center of our care.

My clinical focus is on pediatric hospital medicine, which allows me to care for kids and young adults of all ages with a wide range of diagnoses. My specialty is to provide care for medically complex patients who often have important technology and distinct medical needs. Partnering with families and getting to know their children over time is a highlight of my job.

I am also dedicated to educating medical trainees, including medical students, residents and fellows. Teaching and mentoring these learners allows me not only to train future pediatricians, but also to learn from and collaborate with energetic and passionate colleagues every day.

My research interests lie in quality improvement, clinical research and medical education. I enjoy considering how to improve processes that affect patient care and operations, such as how to efficiently discharge patients from the hospital so they can return to their active home lives as soon as possible. My clinical research focuses primarily on acute respiratory illnesses and how to standardize the care we provide to patients admitted with these diseases. I also have experience in implementing educational programs to teach and assess pediatric trainees.

My certifications include:

  • Pediatrics, 2009
  • Pediatric Hospital Medicine, 2019

Throughout my career, I am honored to have received several awards, including:

  • Faculty Teaching Award (2013) nominated by the graduating pediatric residents in recognition of my teaching abilities
  • Patient Education Advocacy Award (2016) to recognize health literacy efforts to better communicate discharge instructions to families
  • Junior Faculty Clinical Care Achievement Award (2017) nominated by my mentors and peers

Personally, I enjoy going to restaurants, traveling and spending time with my friends and family, including my three kids.


Decreasing Time to Full Enteral Feeds in Hospitalized Children With Medical Complexity Experiencing Feeding Intolerance. Musial, A; Schondelmeyer, A; Densel, O; Younts, A; Kelley, J; Herbst, L; Statile, AM. Hospital pediatrics. 2022; 12:806-815.

Coaching the Fundamentals: Exploring the Applicability and Usefulness of a Novel Skills-Based Feedback Modality. Kappy, B; Statile, A; Schumacher, D; Lendrum, E; Herrmann, L. Ambulatory Pediatrics. 2022; 22:689-697.

New Prescriptions After Hospitalization: A Bitter Pill or Just What the Doctor Ordered?. Musial, A; Schondelmeyer, AC; Statile, A. Hospital pediatrics. 2021.

Building a doctor, one skill at a time: Rethinking clinical training through a new skills-based feedback modality. Kappy, B; Herrmann, LE; Schumacher, DJ; Statile, AM. Perspectives on Medical Education. 2021; 10:304-311.

Improving Discharge Efficiency and Charge Containment on a Pediatric Acute Care Cardiology Unit. Madsen, NL; Porter, A; Cable, R; Hanke, SP; Hoerst, A; Neogi, S; Brower, LH; White, CM; Statile, AM. Pediatrics. 2021; 148.

Short-term Focused Feedback: A Model to Enhance Patient Engagement in Research and Intervention Delivery. Sauers-Ford, H; Statile, AM; Auger, KA; Wade-Murphy, S; Gold, JM; Simmons, JM; Shah, SS. Medical Care. 2021; 59:S364-S369.

Decreasing Hospital Observation Time for Febrile Infants. Desai, S; Calhoun, T; Sosa, T; Courter, JD; Letsinger, A; Le, M; Schubert, A; Zaremba, L; Shah, SS; Jerardi, K; et al. Journal of hospital medicine (Online). 2021; 16:267-273.

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.

Using Quality Improvement Methodology to Standardize Doppler Acquisition in a Pediatric Cardiology Echocardiography Laboratory. Hahn, E; Taylor, M; Duncan, N; Statile, A; Brown, J; Hill, G; Statile, C. Pediatric Quality and Safety. 2021; 6.

Performance of Pediatric Readmission Measures. Auger, KA; Ponti-Zins, MC; Statile, AM; Wesselkamper, K; Haberman, B; Hanke, SP. Journal of hospital medicine (Online). 2020; 15:723-726.

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