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Charles A. Pohl, MD

Contact Dr. Pohl

833 Chestnut Street
Suite 300
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-6988
(215) 503-7510 fax

Medical School

MD, Jefferson Medical College - 1987

Residency

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Board Certification

Pediatrics - 1997

Hospital Appointment

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Methodist Hospital Division of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Other Qualifications

Diplomate of the American Board - 1990 

Diplomate of the National Board - 1988 

Licensure, State of Delaware - 1992 

Licensure, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania - 1989

Other Expertise

Scientific Reviewer for American Family Practice
Reviewer for Health Care Grants, The Jacob and Valeria Langeloth Foundation
Teaching Hospital Appointments
1994-Present Department of Pediatrics, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Active)
1992-Present Department of Pediatrics, Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, Affiliate of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Wilmington, Delaware (Active)
1992-Present Department of Pediatrics, Christianna Care (Medical Center of Delaware), affiliate of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital,Wilmington, Delaware (Courtesy)
Administrative Experience
2000 Assistant Dean, Office for Student Affairs, Jefferson Medical College
1998-Present Director, Network of Apnea and Pediatric Sleep (NAPS),
Department of Pediatrics, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
1997-Present Associated Director, Pediatric Sleep Disorders & Infant Apnea Program, Department of Pediatrics, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Clinical Positions
1994-Present Jefferson Faculty Pediatrics, Division of General Pediatrics,Department of Pediatrics, A.I. duPont Hospital for Children and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital of Thomas Jefferson Health System
Abstracts Presented Nationally
1. Touch SM, Epstein ML, Pohl CA, Greenspan JS. Impact on sleep patterns of co-bedding multiple
gestation infants. Poster at the Pediatric Academic Societies & American Academy of Pediatrics Joint Meeting (Boston, MA, May, 2000).
2. Pohl CA, Schutte SL, Epstein ML, Doghramji K: Underreporting of pediatric sleep complaints: the role of parents and pediatricians. Poster at Ambulatory Pediatric Association Annual Meeting (San Francisco, CA, May, 1999).
3. Schutte S, Pohl C, Epstein M, Doghramji K, Hauck Walter, Rubin S, Andy Lo: Sleep complaints in a pediatric practice. Platform presentation at 13th Annual APSS Meeting (Orlando, Florida, June, 1999).
4. Pohl CA, Epstein M, Gibson E: Role of a screening hematocrit for pathologic apnea and bradycardia in healthy preterm infants. Poster at 17th Annual Conference on Sleep Disorders in Infancy and Childhood (Annenberg Center for Health Sciences, Rancho Mirage, CA, Jan 1999).
5. Pohl CA, Epstein M, Gibson E: Role of a screening documented event monitor for pathologic apnea and bradycardia in healthy preterm infants. Poster at 17th Annual Conference on Sleep Disorders in Infancy and Childhood (Annenberg Center for Health Sciences, Rancho Mirage, CA, Jan 1999).
6. Orsini AJ, Pohl C, Epstein M, et al: The incidence of post discharge apnea in infants born under 34 weeks gestation with normal inpatient pneumocardiograms. Poster at 17th Annual Conference on Sleep Disorders in Infancy and Childhood (Annenberg Center for Health Sciences, Rancho Mirage, CA, Jan 1999).
7. Epstein M, Pohl C, Gibson E: Witnessed apparent life-threatening events in neonates in the newborn nursery. Poster at 16th Annual Apnea of Infancy Conference(Annenberg Center for Health Sciences, Rancho Mirage, CA, Jan 1998).
8. Pohl CA, Leite KR, Culhane J: Lead screening in an urban pediatric clinic: the CDC questionnaire revisited. Poster at Ambulatory Pediatric Association Annual Meeting (Washington DC, May, 1997).
9. Pohl CA, Gibson E, Epstein ML, et al: Evaluation of feeding related problems and apparent life-threatening events in infancy. Poster at 15th Annual Apnea of Infancy Conference (Annenberg Center for Health Sciences, Rancho Mirage, CA, Jan 1997).
Lectures by Invitation
2000 'Children with Sleep Problems' at the Pediatric Kaleidoscope: Focus on Clinical Challenges, Philadelphia, PA
1999 'Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: an Approach for the Millennium' at Neonatal Grand Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, PA
1999 'To Sleep - Perchance to Dream: Practical Approaches to Pediatric Sleep
Problems' at the Mosby's Perinatal & Pediatric Health Care '99 National Conference, Atlantic City, NJ.
1999 'Otitis Media: The Controversy Continues' at the Mosby's Perinatal & Pediatric Health Care '99 National Conference, Atlantic City, NJ.
1999 'Bedtime Made Fun' at the 22nd Annua

Keywords

Pediatrics