Ansley Splinter, MD, MACM, is an assistant professor of Pediatrics at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. She completed her MD degree at the University of California San Francisco and her residency training in pediatrics at The Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, where she served an additional year as pediatric Chief Resident. Her clinical work has been focused exclusively on the delivery of care in the inpatient setting, initially as a pediatric hospitalist and now caring for healthy newborn babies just after delivery.
Dr. Splinter has formal training in Quality Improvement from the Intermountain Healthcare Training Program in Healthcare Delivery Improvement. In 2011, Dr. Splinter completed her Masters in Academic Medicine from the University of Southern California. Prior to moving to Ohio, she worked at a new medical school, The Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine at Florida International University. There she served as the Director of Case-based learning for the College of Medicine.
Since moving to Columbus in 2014, Dr Splinter has continued to be active in undergraduate medical education. She is an Associate Unit Director for Part 3 of the Lead.Serve.Inspire curriculum at the Ohio State University College of Medicine, working on Advanced Competencies and Clinical Tracks. She also serves as a Portfolio Coach at the College of Medicine. She completed a year-long physician leadership program through the Columbus Medical Association in 2015. She also participates in graduate medical education, engaging in curriculum development and educational research projects involving pediatric residents at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Date of Appointment at Nationwide Children’s Hospital: 10/01/2014
|Residency||Children's Hospital of Los Angeles||Date Completed: 06/30/2006|
|Medical School||University of California San Francisco||Date Completed: 06/30/2002|