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Faculty

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program

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Anthony Pickett, MD
PEM Attending Program Director
apickett@phoenixchildrens.com

Dr. Anthony Pickett, born in Baltimore, MD attended the Miller School of Medicine at the University of Miami and completed residency at Holtz Children's Hospital/Jackson Memorial Hospital, also in Miami. In 2005 Anthony, moved to Phoenix where he completed his fellowship training in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Phoenix Children's Hospital. Following fellowship, Dr. Pickett joined the staff at Phoenix Children's where he currently works as an attending physician in the Emergency Dept. Apart from his clinical responsibilities, Dr. Pickett currently operates as the ED Liason to the Trauma Department, is an ATLS and PALS instructor, and gives many lectures to both nurses as well as residents/fellows. Dr. Pickett speaks Spanish as a second language and is an avid golfer, as well as enjoying cooking and attending live shows.

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Zeb Timmons, MD
PEM Fellowship Program Director
ztimmons@phoenixchildrens.com

Dr. Timmons became a faculty member at Phoenix Children’s Hospital beginning July 2013 (after completing PCH’s very own PEM fellowship program). He attended Creighton University in Omaha Nebraska for medical school and completed a pediatrics residency at Rush University in Chicago Illinois. After an extensive interview process, he chose Phoenix Children’s PEM fellowship as his number one choice. He has had no regrets about this selection, as it has been a terrific place to train (which is why he chose to stay on!) He is the Fellowship Director, director of quality for the Emergency Department, and is the hospital’s representative for several multi-institutional collaborative studies to improve sepsis care. His other interests include biomedical ethics, fellowship education and training, as well as developing evidence based treatment approaches to the pediatric ED. In his spare time he enjoys traveling, golfing, hiking, and all the other great outdoor activities Arizona has to offer.

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