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Laura Lindsay, MD

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pediatric emergency medicine

bio

Laura Lindsay, MD, is a physician in the emergency department at Dayton Children's Hospital.

education and training

  • medical school: University of Toledo School of Medicine
  • residency: Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston - pediatrics
  • fellowship: University of Alabama at Birmingham - pediatric emergency medicine
  • board certification: general pediatrics and pediatric emergency medicine

 

get to know me

I chose my specialty because...

I love working with kids and the constant variety and unpredictability I see in the emergency department.


I like working with kids because...

they are inquisitive and fun! Even when kids are sick they try to find the fun in every situation! I also love being their advocate when they can't be their own advocate!


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

I loved (and still love) the atmosphere! The people I work with here are amazing and truly making work fun and rewarding!


Dayton Children's is special because...

the people who work here love being here and love working with kids! This is a true team enviroment!


ratings and reviews
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Dayton Survey_2

My only other complaint was having to wait 25 minutes to be discharged when the ER was definitely slow.

Dayton Survey_2

Yes, the physician's assistant that put the sutures in my son's eye, and the young lady helping her, I just wanted to say that they were extraordinary. They did their job phenomenally and made my son comfortable on his first time getting stitches and made my wife and I comfortable too. They deserve all the praise in the world and I hope they get that. Thank you.

Dayton Survey_2

We came into the ER and the nurse name Mike (I believe) was amazing! He was very helpful and caring for my child and to us (the parents). I was very disappointed with the Dr. Lindsay that day. I am not sure if she had a bad night or what but she only stayed in the room for about 5-7 minutes. She checked my daughter's ears, abdomen, and her throat (without a tongue presser) and goes its a virus. We will get you on your way out. She did not seem concerned about my daughter's high fever, rash, or any other concern we had as a parent. My husband and I had to ask her to run a strep culture as well as to check her urine... low and behold she had strep throat.... I did not think my daughter received the best care from the doctor at all. Like I said I told my pediatrician about her and her demeanor towards my child and my husband and me. I would highly reccommend the facility and the nurse... but not the doctor.

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