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1102 Bates Avenue, Suite 1860
Houston, TX 77030
Kathryn Elizabeth Ban, MD
Medical Director – Pediatric Hospital Medicine (West Campus)
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine
|University of Texas Southwestern||Residency||Pediatrics||2010|
|University of Texas Medical School at Houston||Medical School||Doctor of Medicine||2007|
Dr. Ban is a pediatric hospitalist who is board certified in General Pediatrics and Pediatric Hospital Medicine. She strives to provide all of her patients with high quality, evidence-based care. “I believe that open communication and the incorporation of patients’ and caregivers’ values into the care plan results in better compliance, improved outcomes and overall higher patient/family satisfaction,” she says. Dr. Ban is also a strong proponent of a team-based approach to patient care and values the input of other pediatric subspecialists, therapists, dieticians and nurses in a patient’s care plan.
High value care
|American Academy of Pediatrics||Fellow|
Ban K and Bala T. “Seizures,” Pediatric Hospital Medicine: A Case-Based Curriculum and Educational Guide. Editors Melissa G. Cossey, MD and Lauren K. Gambill, MD. American Academy of Pediatrics Publishing. August 2022.
Hadvani T, Ban K, and Darby J. “Promoting Faculty Development in the Practice of Evidence-Based Medicine,” Evidence-Based Medicine: From the Clinician and Educator Perspective. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. February 2022.
Darby J, Singhal G, Halvorson E, Ban K, Russell G, Vachani J, Dean A. Comparison of a Teaching and Nonteaching Service at a Children’s Hospital in the Community. Academic Pediatrics. 2022 04; 22(3):440-446.
Hadvani T, Dutta A, Choy E, Kumar S, Molleda C, Parikh V, Lopez M, Lui K, Ban K, Wallace S. Effectiveness of Modalities to Teach Evidence Based Medicine to Pediatric Clerkship Students: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Academic Pediatrics. 2021 03; 21(2):375-383.
Wallace S, Ban K, Singh A, Lui L, Molleda I, Orth R, Pierson S, Hess L, Lo H, Koh C, Walker L, Neubauer H, Macias C. Clinical predictors for abnormal renal bladder ultrasound in hospitalized children with a first febrile urinary tract infection. Hospital Pediatrics. 2020 05; 10(5):392-400.
Bochner R, Kuroki R, Lui K, Russell C, Rackovsky E, Piper L, Ban K, Yang K, Mandal P, Mackintosh L, Mirzaian C, Gross E. Variations in Care for Breastfed Infants Admitted to US Children’s Hospitals: A Multicenter Survey of Inpatient Providers. Hospital Pediatrics. 2020 01; 10(1):70-75.
“Best of the West” - Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus, First Quarter 2021
Baylor College of Medicine Star Award for Excellence in Patient Care, 2021
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