A healthcare leader with a broad skill set
Bryan Vartabedian is the Chief Pediatrics Officer of Texas Childrens Hospital Austin. As a physician leader Dr Vartabedian brings to the table an administrative skill set in strategic planning, inpatient/ambulatory operations, outpatient surgical management, process improvement, clinical technology adoption, healthcare comms/social strategy and physician management.
Dr Vartabedian understands how hospitals are conceived and built to meet the unique needs of their communities. Integral in the conception, design, building and activation of TCH The Woodlands, Dr Vartabedian has helped shape a blueprint for subspecialty care that extends beyond the boundaries of the traditional children’s hospital. As part of the leadership team of Texas Children’s 500 million dollar expansion into the Austin market, he is excited to scale the legacy and success of America’s largest pediatric hospital system.
Dr Vartabedian has a track record of putting public conversation into the proper context for health industry leaders. As medicine grappled with its role in the early adoption of social media Dr V served as Baylor College of Medicine’s Director of Digital Professionalism. His workshops and keynote presentations have helped thousands of medical professionals and healthcare executives leverage their voice in a new age of public dialog.
Bryan Vartabedian – Passionate about health care communication
As a practicing physician, Dr. Vartabedian is passionate about the translation of medical information for public consumption. Before the internet he cut his teeth on pulp as a freelance writer for magazines such as Parenting and American Baby. Dr. V is the author of Looking Out for Number Two – A Slightly Irreverent Guide to Poo, Gas and and Other Things That Come Out of Your Baby (HarperWave/HarperCollins, 2017). He has also written Colic Solved – The Essential Guide to Infant Reflux and the Care of Your Screaming, Difficult-to-Soothe Baby (Ballantine/Random House, 2007) and First Foods (St. Martin’s Press, 2001).
Dr. Vartabedian lives in The Woodlands, Texas with is wife, two children and their beloved Australian Labradoodle, Molly.
Photo of Bryan Vartabedian courtesy of Mark Harmel Photo
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