After completing undergraduate degrees and medical school, all of the surgeons at Pediatric Surgeons of Phoenix have completed 5 years of general surgery training in the United States and an 2 additional years of subspecialty fellowship training in the field of Pediatric Surgery.
All of our surgeons are Board Certified in Pediatric Surgery by the American Board of Surgery, members of APSA, and Fellows of the American College of Surgeons (FACS).
Dr. Jae-O Bae completed his pediatric surgery fellowship at University of Texas Southwestern Medical School / Children’s Medical Center at Dallas. He has been with Pediatric Surgeons of Phoenix since 2009. His interests include childhood cancers and chest wall anomalies.
Dr. J. Craig Egan completed a pediatric surgery fellowship and pediatric critical care fellowship at Medical College of Wisconsin/Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. He is surgical co-director of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Kathy Graziano completed her pediatric surgery fellowship at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital in Michigan. Dr. Kathy Graziano is the Director of the Reproductive Anomalies Clinic and Director of the Arizona Fetal Care Network at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Ramin Jamshidi completed a fetal surgery fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco and a pediatric surgery fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. His particular clinical interests are in endocrine, thoracic, and vascular disease, trauma and oncology.
Dr. Leigh McGill was past Chairman of the Department of Surgery at Phoenix Children’s Hospital and pediatric surgeon. In October 2014, Dr. McGill retired from active practice in Phoenix. He is still available for followup with prior patients through phone or email.
Dr. Lisa McMahon is a graduate of Texas A&M Medical School. She completed a pediatric surgery fellowship at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. In 2014, Dr. McMahon was named Section Chief of General Surgery at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Her interests include advanced laparoscopy, Hirschsprung’s disease, pectus excavatum, and childhood tumors.
Dr. Mark Molitor is a graduate of the University of Arizona College of Medicine. He completed a surgical research fellowship in tumor immunology at the University of Michigan and a pediatric surgery fellowship at The University of Utah and Primary Children’s Medical Center.
Dr. David Notrica completed a pediatric surgery fellowship at Texas Children’s Hospital. He developed and continues to direct the Level 1 Trauma Center for Phoenix Children’s Hospital. He is co-director of the joint chest wall program with Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Mayo Clinic Arizona.
Dr. Dorothy Rowe completed an ECMO fellowship and pediatric surgery fellowship at Columbia University / Babies and Children’s Hospital of New York. She is actively involved with the Reproductive Anomalies Clinic at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.