Video Visits (Telemedicine)
Ready to receive care from the comfort of your own home? Our Rady Children’s Specialists now offer video visits (telemedicine) from your computer or mobile device. Your physician can address many of your medical issues, prescribe new medications and refill medications. Save time by skipping the traffic and waiting room while still receiving exceptional care from your medical team. Learn more.
Preparing for Your Upcoming Telemedicine or In-Person Visit
Time with your child’s health care team is important, and we have resources to help you make the most of your upcoming specialty appointment. Learn how to get ready.
The Division of Respiratory Medicine specializes in the care of infants, children and teenagers with pulmonary and respiratory diseases, providing inpatient and outpatient services for the full spectrum of breathing problems.
Expert care is provided by the physicians of Rady Children’s Specialists of San Diego. For children and adolescents with cystic fibrosis, we provide care through their transition into adulthood. Learn about our Cystic Fibrosis Center.
Our ACGME-accredited fellowship program trains the next generation of respiratory medicine specialists in both clinical care and research, and our world-renowned physician-scientists continue to advance their knowledge of childhood respiratory health and disease – and to disseminate this knowledge – with the goal of discovering better treatments and cures.
- The Division has world-renowned physician-scientists who are leaders in their fields.
- The Division launched a monthly regional case conference to promote collaboration among our esteemed colleagues in the western United States.
- The Division has one of the largest cystic fibrosis centers in California.
- A discovery by Gabriel G. Haddad, M.D., and researchers at UC San Diego School of Medicine could lead to new therapies for diseases related to lack of oxygen. Read more.
- Research led by Gabriel Haddad, M.D., has decoded the genetic basis of chronic mountain sickness (CMS) or Monge’s disease. The study provides important information that validates the genetic basis of adaptation to high altitudes and provides potential targets for CMS treatment. Read more.
In the News
- Back to School: How Much Sleep Do Kids Need, CBS 8, features Rakesh Bhattacharjee, M.D.
- Andeans with Altitude Sickness Produce Massive Amounts of Red Blood Cells, Scienmag.com, features senior author Gabriel Haddad, M.D.
- Genetic Adaptation Keeps Ethiopians Heart-Healthy Despite High Altitudes, UC San Diego Health, features Gabriel Haddad, M.D.
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