Arnold Palmer Hospital Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
Address: 92 W. Miller St.
Orlando, FL 32806
Shoba Srikantan, MD, is a pediatric critical care physician with Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children. She is board certified in pediatric critical care, and is a fellow and diplomate of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Dr. Srikantan earned her medical degree from Howard University College of Medicine, Washington, DC. She completed a pediatrics residency at the Holtz Children’s Hospital at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center. She also completed a fellowship in critical care medicine at University at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia through the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Srikantan has worked in pediatric critical care at Arnold Palmer Hospital since 2004. She is an Assistant Professor at Florida State University College of Medicine and the University of Central Florida College of Medicine.
Dr. Srikantan’s academic interests include cardiac arrest and resuscitation simulation, resident education, patient safety and quality improvement. She is the recipient of multiple community awards including an AMA Inspirational Women’s Physician Award. She has done many local and national media interviews educating parents on child safety topics.
Dr. Srikantan serves on the National Medical Advisory Committee of Make-A-Wish America and is an executive board member of Make-A-Wish, Central and Northern Florida Chapter.
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