Critical Care

Smiling nurse and infantHospital-based pediatric critical care specialists, also known as pediatric intensivists, provide 24-hour care to children in unstable critical condition due to a serious illness or injury. Pediatric intensivists care for children experiencing conditions such as:

  • traumatic injury
  • respiratory failure
  • septic shock
  • seizures or neurological emergencies
  • cardiac problems

Critically ill children are monitored in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), where care is provided by an experienced team of doctors, nurses and other specialists who work closely with families and referring physicians to provide the most appropriate medical care and resources.

Physician Profiles

Marie Frazier, M.D

Telephone:304-691-1300
Board Certification:American Board of Pediatrics (Pediatric-Critical Care)
American Board of Pediatrics (Pediatrics)
Medical school:Marshall Univ. School of Medicine (Huntington, WV)
Fellowship:Duke University School of Med (Durham, NC)
Residency:Marshall University School of Medicine (Huntington, WV)

Eduardo Pino, M.D.

Telephone:304-691-1300
Board Certification:Am Board of Pediatrics (CSQ: Crit Care Med) (Pediatric-Critical Care)
Am Board of Pediatrics (Pediatrics)
Medical school:San Juan Bautista (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
Fellowship:Jackson Memorial Hospital (Miami, FL)
Residency:LSU Affiliated Hospitals (New Orleans, LA)
Marshall Univ. School of Medicine (Huntington, WV)

J. Michael Waldeck, M.D.

Telephone:304-691-1300
Board Certification:Am Board of Pediatrics (CSQ: Crit Care Med) (Pediatric-Critical Care)
American Board of Emergency Medicine (EM-Pediatrics)
Am Board of Pediatrics (Pediatrics)
Medical school:West Virginia University (Morgantown, WV)
Residency:Charleston Area Medical Center (Charleston, WV)