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Texas Medical Center

Phone: 832-824-5800
Fax: 832-825-1903


6621 Fannin Street
Suite A3300
Houston, TX 77030

Elizabeth Rossmann Beel, MD, MPH


Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Baylor College of Medicine


School Education Degree Year
Baylor College of Medicine Fellowship Pediatric Anesthesiology 2019
Baylor College of Medicine Residency Anesthesiology 2018
Baylor College of Medicine Medical School Doctor of Medicine 2014
University of North Texas Health Science Center Masters Master of Public Health 2000


The practice of medicine, and specifically pediatric anesthesiology, is truly a privilege. I love what I do, and I take care of each and every child with the care and love that I give my own children. I have specific research interests in regional anesthesia, opioid-sparing anesthesia, and anesthesia for spine surgery, transplant, and other major operations.

Clinical Interests:

Opioid-sparing anesthesia

Regional anesthesia

Scoliosis and spine surgery

Research Interests:

Opioid-sparing anesthesia

Regional anesthesia

Scoliosis and spine surgery

Transfusion medicine 


Organization Name Role
American Society of Anesthesiologists Member
Society for Pediatric Anesthesia Member
Texas Society of Anesthesiologists Member

Selected Publications

Rossmann Beel E, Wyatt K. Utilization of the suprascapular nerve blockade in a rare presentation of Langerhans cell histiocytosis. Journal of Clinical Anesthesia 2019 Mar; 57: 87-88.

Muelmester K, Rossmann Beel E, Musick MA. Exaggerated wheezing on ECMO: An unusual case of prolonged respiratory failure secondary to unknown culprit. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 2019; 199: A4951.

Lee SC, Rossmann Beel E, Ortiz J et al. Laryngeal injury from a horse bite to the neck. Global Anesthesia and Perioperative Medicine 2018; 3(1): 241-242.

Rossmann Beel E, Rench MA, Montesinos DP, Healy CM. Acceptability of immunization in adult contacts of infants: possibility of expanding platforms to increase adult vaccine uptake. Vaccine 2014 May; 32(22): 2540-5.

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