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Craig Boreman, MD

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autism, ADHD, parent-child relationships

bio

Craig Boreman, MD, is a physician for the autism diagnostic center at Dayton Children’s.

education and training

  • medical school: Cincinnati University College of Medicine
  • residency: Pediatrics - Wright-Patterson Air Force Base/Wright State University
  • fellowship: Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics - Nationwide Children's Hospital/The Ohio State University
  • board certification: Pediatrics and Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics

publications and presentations

  • Boreman CD, Thomasgard MC, Fernandez SA, Coury DL. Resident Training in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics: Where Do We Stand? Clinical Pediatrics. 2007 Mar 46(2): 135-145
  • Thomasgard M, Boreman CD, Metz P. A family under siege: Empathic mirroring and collaborative care. Families, Systems & Health. 2004 22 (2):245-255
  • Boreman CD, Arnold LE. Hallucinations Associated with Initiation of Guanfacine [letter]. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. 2003 Dec 42(12):1387.

awards, honors and organizations

  • Rosemarie Hope Reid Outstanding Intern Award – Dayton Children’s Hospital
  • Pediatric Chief Resident - Wright State-Wright-Patterson Air Force Base program
  • Physician Excellence Award - RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom
  • Military Community and Family Policy Advisor Panel Member to Deputy Under- Secretary of Defense

get to know me

I chose my specialty because...

rather than just treating illnesses, developmental and behavioral pediatrics looks at the whole: the child, their parents and caregivers and their environment (home/school). By doing so, I am able to treat the whole person - mind, body and spirit - and hopefully change a child’s life for the better.


I chose to work at Dayton Children's because...

as a former active duty pediatrician, I greatly appreciate the openness of the Dayton community for our military population. As a result, I wanted to return here after completing my military career to invest in the care of the children of the Greater Dayton Area. Dayton Children’s offers a fantastic team to work with in achieving that goal.


Dayton Children's is special because...

is an amazing gift to our community. As a city of this size, it is unusual to have a freestanding, dedicated children’s hospital and Dayton Children’s excels in meeting children’s healthcare needs. Our vision is not restricted by the relative size of our city, rather we seek to be a leader in providing excellent care for children and families as we work alongside our community partners.


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We really want to thank you for everything you've done for our daughter. We have noticed such a huge improvement in her. Thank you for everything you have done for her and everyone else's kids

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I appreciate that the provider listens to all of my details without rushing me. That he takes time with me and doesn't make me feel like a number, and that he really takes into account all the different things going on with my child. And I highly appreciate that his first response isn't to medicate. He tries to do everything possible to avoid medicating.

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All of the staff were very helpful and pleasant. Dr. Boreman is our sons doctor and we couldnt be more please with him. We travel almost 2 hours just to see him and would recommend him to anyone!

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Dr. Boreman and Whitney were both very kind, very patient, very understanding, very helpful, very much like a therapist session/helpful session to be able to help my foster son to succeed in his future. We really much, or we are really very much appreciative of everything that they did for us that day. The explanations that they gave us, the example, the paperwork, the additional help. Although, they say that we didn't need any. And also taking the time that they did to spend with us was very much appreciated. In the past, I had heard only to go to Dayton Chilren's, or not to go to Dayton Children's, but to go to another hospital. And we were very pleased with our experience and will definitely let others know

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