Anthony Christopher ChangMD, MBA, MPH, MS
Dr. Anthony C. Chang completed his undergraduate education with a Bachelor of Arts in Molecular Biology at Johns Hopkins University (honors) and his Doctor of Medicine education at Georgetown University School of Medicine. He then completed his pediatric residency at National Children’s Hospital Medical Center and went on to his pediatric cardiology fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
He was appointed a staff cardiologist at Boston Children’s Hospital with a position in the cardiac intensive care unit and later promoted to assistant professor at Harvard School of Medicine. He was later the medical director of the cardiac intensive care programs at Children’s Hospitals of Los Angeles and Miami Children’s Hospital. He is also formerly the medical director of pediatric cardiac intensive care service and chief of critical care cardiology at Texas Children’s Hospital and a tenured associate professor at Baylor College of Medicine. He is now the director of the Heart Institute at the Children’s Hospital of Orange County and division chief of the division of cardiology.
He has a Masters in Business Administration (MBA)(in Health Care Administration) degree from the University of Miami and graduated with the McGaw Award for academic excellence. In addition, he has a Masters in Public Health (MPH)(in Health Care Policy) degree from the University of California at Los Angeles and graduated with the Dean’s Award for academic excellence. He is enrolled in the Masters in Biomedical Informatics (MS-BMI) program at Stanford University at present.