Kathryn Scott, MD MPH,
Dr. Scott is board certified in pediatrics and pediatric hematology/oncology. She provides specialized medical care in accordance with national standards for pediatric sickle cell disease beginning at birth through the transition process into adulthood.
Dana Maley, RN CPHON,
Dana manages patient care and assists patients and families with education about their diagnosis and treatment.
Christine Hodkinson, LMSW
Licensed Social Worker
Christine works with families to identify and address a comprehensive range of psychosocial concerns. She provides a broad range of psychosocial and emotional supports to patients and families to support optimal health and functioning.
Jill Majeski, PsyD,
Dr. Majeski works with children, adolescents, and their families using a cognitive-behavioral approach to address medical coping and behavioral management for pain. Dr. Majeski also provides diagnostic evaluations and neurocognitive screening for children at high-risk for learning and cognitive challenges associated with sickle cell disease.
Laura Jenkins, OTR MS SpEd
Laura provides developmental and academic support to our patients. She works with caregivers and school systems to provide education about sickle cell disease and to facilitate accommodations specific to the needs of patients in caregiving and educational settings. She also assists with resources for vocational needs.
Stefany McKee-Wilcox, BA, MS
Health Home Care Manager
Stefany is affiliated with Hillside Children’s Health Homes, which is a community-based care management service. She works to ensure that all of the providers and caregivers communicate with one another so that the child’s social, physical, and behavioral needs are addressed in a comprehensive manner.
Maggie Zick, CCLS
Child Life Specialist
Maggie helps patients cope in the medical setting by offering therapeutic activities which allow them to meet their social, emotional and developmental needs.
Beth Kinsley, CCLS
Child Life Specialist
Beth helps patients cope in the hospital setting by offering therapeutic activities which allow them to meet their social, emotional and developmental needs.
Clare Arezina, MME, MT-BC, CCLS
Clare integrates musical experiences with patient care to assist in accomplishing individualized emotional and psychosocial goals.