Specialties include neonatal care and treatment of acute and chronic pediatric illnesses

EASTON — University of Maryland Shore Medical Group has announced the addition of a new pediatric care provider, Ryan C. Davis, RN, MSN, CPNP-PC, whose specialties include neonatal care and treatment of acute and chronic pediatric illnesses.

With pediatricians Mark Langfitt and Richard Fritz, Davis is seeing patients at UM SMG – Pediatrics at the Shore Medical Pavilion at Easton, 500 Cadmus Lane, Suite 210.

Davis joined UM SMG from Morristown, Tenn., where he served as a nurse practitioner for an outpatient clinic, Hamblen Pediatric Associates.

In addition, he served at Pediatrix Medical Group, which provided newborn nursery rounding at Morristown Hamblen Hospital – Covenant Health.

Previously, he worked as a registered nurse at the East Tennessee Children’s Hospital Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and at the University of Tennessee Medical Center’s Pediatric Intensive Care Trauma Unit.

In 2017, Davis earned his Master of Science in Nursing – Pediatric Nurse Practitioner from the University of Tennessee, where he received the award for Clinical Excellence – Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. He is certified in Pediatric Advanced Life Support and in Neonatal Resuscitation.

“Thanks to his experience in neonatal care and pediatric acute care, as well as in outpatient pediatric practice, Ryan Davis is an excellent addition to the UM Shore Medical Group – Pediatrics team,” said William Huffner, chief medical officer and senior vice president, Medical Affairs. “We are glad to have him on board with us.”

UM Shore Medical Group – Pediatrics may be reached by calling 410-822-8550.

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