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MD, Philipps-Universitat Marburg Marburg, Germany
University Hospital Mannheim Mannheim, Germany Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Nashville, TN Emory University School of Medicine Atlanta, GA Boston Children's Hospital Boston, MA Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston, MA
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Baltimore, MD Diana, Princess of Wales Children's Hospital NHS Trust Birmingham, United Kingdom
Point-of-Care Ultrasound in Acute Neonatal Ascites
Ramgopal S, Scholz S, Marin JR
Pediatr Emerg Care
The clinical presentation and surgical management of adnexal torsion in the pediatric and adolescent population
Rossi BV, Ference EH, Zurakowski D, Scholz S, Feins NR, Chow JS, Laufer MR
J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol
Surgery for portal hypertension in children
Scholz S, Sharif K
Curr Gastroenterol Rep
Outcomes analysis after percutaneous abdominal drainage and exploratory laparotomy for necrotizing enterocolitis in 4,657 infants
Choo S, Papandria D, Zhang Y, Camp M, Salazar JH, Scholz S, Rhee D, Chang D, Abdullah F
Pediatr Surg Int
Dr. Scholz joined Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC and the University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine, in May 2011. He has expanded the minimally invasive program and established pediatric surgical endoscopic single incision and robotic programs. He has focused on clinical research in both areas. Dr. Scholz has been involved in the NIH-funded Childhood Liver Disease Research Network (ChiLDReN) and is the surgical co-investor for Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.
Dr. Scholz has established a Clinic for Pectus excavatum and carinatum patients and has given invited international presentations on the subject. He is working to introduce telemedicine technology into the pediatric surgical practice. Dr. Scholz was invited to contribute to the standard pediatric surgery textbook as well as a pocket book for surgical trainees. Dr. Scholz has lectured locally, nationally and internationally to faculty, surgical and medical trainees, medical students and nurses. He was invited as faculty to teach a select group of national surgical residents in minimally invasive training courses organized by SAGES. Dr. Scholz is actively involved in fellow, resident, medical student and nurses training throughout the hospital and university, lecturing on the pediatric surgical service, the clinic, the operating room and in didactic teaching conferences. He has mentored residents and medical students in clinical research.
Patient comments are gathered from our Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey and are displayed in their entirety. Patients are de-identified for confidentiality and patient privacy.
Total Comments: 25
that was my first visit to this provider and it was smooth. Thank you!!
Dr. Scholz and his staff have gone above and beyond for my son's care. All were very attentive to his pain management during the hospital stay and gave very clear direction on home bound instruction once released.
Really liked Dr. Scholz
the doctor was very helpful and eased my mind on the condition of my baby.
Dr.Scholz was extremely helpful and kind during our visit; we couldn't have asked for anyone better.
Very Informative and Knowledgeable. Dr. Scholz was FANTASTIC with our son!!!!
My baby is 11 months, the Doctor did a great job making the baby feel comfortable. I would recommend him to any one i know
Dr. Sholtz is an amazing physician in all respects.
the doctor was upset because he was not the doctor that performed my daughters surgery but he was the doctor that we made this appointment with. his words "I find it funny that you scheduled an appointment with me but you had another doctor perform her surgery ". I was very upset that these were his first words to us. it seemed more about his ego than my daughters medical issue. very unprofessional in my opinion.
I would recommend Dr. Scholz. He was not running late in his schedule, we did not wait long in the exam room for him. He was polite and easy to understand while he explained clearly and patiently on my child's condition. This is one survey that I'm happy to complete.
This is our favorite doctor out of all the doctors my daughter has. He's extremely personable, professional, and knowledgeable. We are so pleased he was our daughter's surgeon.
son diagnosed with rare lung malformation.staff and dr Scholz very compassionate. had to wait a week to schedule surgery bc he was away on conference. I know this is a necessary part of medical training and out of schedulers control but wish we could have scheduled sooner as my husband and I are very anxious regarding this.Upmc arranged his imaging and office appt and everyone was wonderful during this experience. thank you for making this whole ordeal easier by setting up appts for us
Dr. Schultz has taken tremendous care of my son for the past year. Not only is he an extremely talented surgeon he is patient and caring. I highly recommend him to anyone who's child may need this type of procedure. We consider our family lucky that he was on call when out son ended up in the hospital.
Dr. Scholtz is one of the best clinicians we have worked with. he listens, takes his time to understand our concerns and answers our questions. we feel lucky to have our child in his care.
excelent services! thanks!!!
Great. Dr. Scholz is awesome
Dr. Scholtz is an incredible provider. he sat down with us, played with my son to make him more comfortable, listened to everything I had to say, and discussed the plan completely. he knew my sons history before coming in the room and didn't even touch the computer to chart but made full eye contact with us and engaged the whole time.
Dr. Scholz is absolutely amazing. he showed genuine care about my son
Dr. Scholz was excellent!
Our daughter has multiple doctors but Dr. Sholtz is by far our favorite. He is kind, competent, and very professional. He always listens, is never condescending (as some Dr.s have been) and always makes us feel at ease. My husband and I have both said how lucky we are that he is our daughters surgeon.
We are always amazed at the exceptional care we have received from Dr Scholz and his team. They are top notch and we are so lucky to have been treated by them. Our questions and concerns are ALWAYS top priority and answered right away. We have never felt rushed or a inconvenience. We have since transferred our remaining children care to CHOP. (and we live 2 hours away) We couldn't be happier with the care we experienced. Our family finally after 10 long months feels like we can breathe thanks to this team.
They did call to say the doctor would be late due to being in surgery that morning. Great doctor.
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