Charron Lewis, MD is board certified in developmental-behavioral pediatrics. In addition to her role as Associate Program Director for the DBP Fellowship, she also serves as the Director for the Pediatric Residency Advocacy Rotation. Dr. Lewis earned her Bachelor’s degree in biology and pre-medical preparation and her Master’s degree in physiology at Ball State University. She attended Ohio State University for medical school and Nationwide Children’s Hospital for pediatric residency. She completed Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship at the University of Chicago.
Dr. Lewis is a Cleveland native. Her clinical and research interests are in adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and how they affect development and behavior. She runs a clinic at the UH Rainbow Ahuja Center for Women and Children which focuses on evaluating children who have been exposed to ACEs and have a developmental or behavioral concern. She is also involved in several diversity, equity and Inclusion endeavors in the hospital and university.
RBC Rainbow Babies & Childrens
11100 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, OH 44106
UH Rainbow Center for Women and Children
5805 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, OH 44103
5850 Landerbrook Dr
Mayfield Heights, OH 44124
Certifications & Memberships
- Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics - American Board of Pediatrics
- Pediatrics - American Board of Pediatrics
Fellowship | Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics - University Of Chicago Medical Center (2017 - 2020)
Residency | Pediatrics
Pediatrics - Nationwide Children's Hospital (2014 - 2017)
The Ohio State University College Of Medicine (2010 - 2014)
Ball State University (2008)
Ball State University (2007)
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As of December 31, 2016, Charron Lewis did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.