- Assistant Director, Transfusion Medicine, UH Cleveland Medical Center
- Assistant Professor, CWRU School of Medicine
Hollie Reeves, DO is a board-certified clinical pathologist at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center. Her clinical and research interests include pediatric transfusion medicine, the role of therapeutic apheresis in transplantation, and transfusion practice in transplantation.
After graduating with high distinction from Ohio Northern University where she majored in biology with a special concentration in pre-medicine, Dr. Reeves went on to receive her medical doctorate from Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2007. She completed a clinical internship at Summa Western Reserve Hospital in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, followed by residency training in anatomic and clinical pathology at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center where she served as Chief Resident.
Dr. Reeves then completed a fellowship in transfusion medicine and blood banking at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota and, in 2013, returned to University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center to serve as Assistant Director of Transfusion Medicine.
- Therapeutic Apheresis
- Transfusion Medicine
- Blood Banking and Transfusion Medicine - American Board of Pathology
- Anatomic and Clinical Pathology - American Board of Pathology
Fellowship | Transfusion Medicine
Transfusion Medicine - Mayo Clinic (2012 - 2013)
Residency | Anatomic and Clinical Pathology
Anatomic and Clinical Pathology - Uh Case Medical Center (2008 - 2012)
Internship | Rotator
Rotator - Cuyahoga Falls General Hospital (2007 - 2008)
Ohio University College Of Osteopathic Medicine (2007)
Ohio Northern University (2003)
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As of December 31, 2016, Hollie Reeves did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.