Rona L. Norelius, MD
Before becoming a clinical faculty member at Emory in 2016, Dr. Norelius served as medical director of pediatric surgical services at Children's Hospital Colorado from 2012-2015, and medical director of pediatric surgical services at Providence Alaska Medical Center from 2015-2016.
Her organizational memberships include serving on the Pediatric Surgery Council of the Pan African Academy of Christian Surgeons.
Dr. Norelius' primary clinical specialties are pediatric and thoracic surgery; branchial clefts; inguinal hernias; undescended testicles; pediatric cancer; and chest wall deformities, chest masses, and neonatal congenital deformities.
Sorin V. Pusca, MD
Dr. Pusca provides cardiothoracic surgery services at St. Francis Hospital/Emory Healthcare in Columbus, GA, together with Emory cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Jakob Davtyan.
Dr. Pusca's postgraduate training includes a cardiothoracic surgery residency at Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA, and a cardiothoracic surgery fellowship at Emory University/Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
Throughout his Emory-associated training and early career, nationally recognized Emory CT surgeon Robert Guyton, MD, was Dr. Pusca's mentor.
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