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General Pediatrics

The Division of General Pediatrics provides pediatric services primarily to the inner-city population of Buffalo.

We provide outpatient and inpatient pediatric services. Our outpatient health centers provide care primarily to the inner-city population of Buffalo. Our inpatient service, at Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, provides care to a patient base of urban, suburban and rural children throughout the region. Combined, the diverse medical needs of our patients provide rich clinical and research opportunities.

Education and Training

The majority of the outpatient medical education for pediatric residents is provided by the Division of General Pediatrics. In addition, most of the third-year pediatric clerkship experiences are provided by the division. Members of the division continue to receive numerous teaching awards.


Research interests of members of the division include obesity, nutritional disorders, lead poisoning prevention and medical informatics.

Patient Care

The Division of General Pediatrics operates two primary care pediatric health centers serving inner-city children. This patient population includes Caucasian, African-American, Hispanic and immigrant populations. Together, the sites have more than 35,000 visits per year and are facing increasing demand. Both sites use an electronic health record integrated with the Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo.

The division also includes the Pediatric Hospitalist Service at Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, the only freestanding children's hospital in the region. This service covers medical inpatients from our health centers, plus those of many local private practices. In addition, the hospitalist service covers unreferred medical admissions. This service provides more than 7,000 combined inpatient admission days per year. The service also covers the newborn nursery, with approximately 1,500 newborns per year.

Administrative Contact

Anne Campagna

Division of General Pediatrics
125 Hodge Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222
Phone: (716) 878-7277
Fax: (716) 888-3966

Clinical Contact

Hodge Pediatrics
125 Hodge Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222
Phone: (716) 878-7488

Towne Garden Pediatrics
461 William Street
Buffalo, NY 14204
Phone: (716) 852-1578
Fax: (716) 852-5154

Leader/Division Chief


Kornberg, Allan
Allan Kornberg, MD, MBA
Clinical Associate Professor and Chief, General Pediatrics
Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs, Department of Pediatrics


Archer, Fred
Fred Archer, III, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Black, Thomas
Thomas Black, MD, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Burstein, Gale
Gale Burstein, MD, MPH
Clinical Professor

Cameron, Melinda
Melinda Cameron, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Caterina, Anthony
Anthony Caterina, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Holmes, Lucy
Lucy Holmes, MD
Clinical Associate Professor

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Heather Kaufman, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Mamilly, Leena
Leena Mamilly, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Parmington, Jane
Jane Parmington, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Pastore, John
John Pastore, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Persaud, Amanda
Amanda Persaud, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Turkovich, Stephen
Stephen Turkovich, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Wagner, Sheri
Sheri Wagner, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Winkelstein, Peter
Peter Winkelstein, MD, MS, MBA, FAAP
Executive Director, Institute for Healthcare Informatics
Chief Medical Informatics Officer, UBMD
Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Kaleida Health
Clinical Professor

Yu, Jeffrey
Jeffrey Yu, MD, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Zulqarni, Naz
Naz Zulqarni, MBBS
Clinical Assistant Professor