Dr. Haddon joined University Health Care for Kids in Portland as a pediatrician in January of 2011 after completing her pediatric residency training at Maine Medical Center from 2007-2010. During residency, Dr. Haddon served as a physician on the pediatric intensive care transport team which transported critically ill children from community hospitals across Maine to Maine Medical Center's pediatric intensive care unit. Also during residency, Dr. Haddon presented a grand rounds lecture on BPA exposure in children.
Dr. Haddon was born and raised in Rhode Island and attended Brown University in Providence, RI... Read More
Newborn Medicine<br />Integrative Medicine<br />Adolescent Medicine<br />Hospitalist Medicine<br />Education<br />
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
ÒDr. T.Ó graduated from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville in 1997 with a double major in Biology and Psycholgy before coming to medical school at University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine where he graduated with honors in 2003. He worked in a pre-medical internship at Boston Medical Center Department of Pediatrics focused on pediatric medical advocacy projects including adolescent obesity, cultural differences in accessing health care, and spirituality in pediatrics. His love of Maine kept him here... Read More
Hospitalist and international medicine.
MPH, MS, MPP, PNP
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Karen Weiss, pediatric nurse practitioner, is the newest addition to the University Health Care for Kids family. Born and raised in a suburb north of Boston, Karen has spent the past 20 years testing the waters of CaliforniaÕs Bay Area. There, she received mastersÕ degrees in public health and public policy from the University of California, Berkeley. Later, she returned to the University of California, San FranciscoÕs School of Nursing to become a pediatric nurse practitioner with a specialty in... Read More
Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics
Dr. Zamboni joined University Health Care for Kids in August of 2008 after finishing her pediatric residency at Maine Medical Center. She trained at the Barbara Bush ChildrenÕs Hospital of Maine Medical Center from 2005 through June of 2008. While at MMC, she participated in the Pediatric Transport Team, transporting critically ill children from smaller hospitals in Maine to Maine Medical CenterÕs Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. Other projects included advocating for SCHIP (State ChildrenÕs Health Insurance Program) reauthorization and lecturing... Read More
Adolescent Medicine<br />Childhood Obesity<br />Newborn Care