Markita Suttle, MD, was born in Columbus, Ohio and is a graduate of Otterbein University. She obtained her medical degree from the Wright State University School of Medicine and completed her pediatric residency, chief residency, and critical care fellowship at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. She joined the faculty at Nationwide Children's in 2014, and currently serves as the program director for the pediatric critical care medicine fellowship program. Dr. Suttle also serves as the critical care co-chair for the hospital’s Second Victim program, a program established to provide support to staff members that experience emotional distress as a result of patient care experiences.
Her academic interests include the psychosocial effects of critical illness on families, with a particular focus on bereavement. She is currently conducting a multi-center prospective study on the effects of parent-provider alliance on health outcomes for parents of children who have died in the pediatric ICU.
- Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award Faculty Award Winner, The Ohio State University College of Medicine, 2018
- Fellow of the Year, Nationwide Children's Hospital, 2011
- Code Buster Award, Pediatric Residency, Nationwide Children's Hospital, 2010
- Pediatric Critical Care Craenen Golden Hour Award, Division of Critical Care, Nationwide Children's Hospital, 2010
- Medical Staff Officer of the Year, Nationwide Children's Hospital, 2009
- Member, Pediatrics Section, The Society of Critical Care Medicine, 2014 - Present
- Member, The Society of Critical Care Medicine, 2011 - Present
- Member, American Academy of Pediatrics, 2003 - Present
Date of Appointment at Nationwide Children’s Hospital: 07/01/2010
- Pediatric Critical Care
|Fellowship||Nationwide Children's Hospital||Date Completed: 06/30/2014|
|Internship||Nationwide Children's Hospital||Date Completed: 07/13/2010|
|Medical School||Wright State University School of Medicine||Date Completed: 06/09/2007|