Hansa Bhargava, MD, is Senior Medical Officer and WebMD's in-house pediatrician. She oversees the team of medical experts responsible for ensuring accuracy and credibility of the pediatric content on the site. She has a key role in planning relevant content as it pertains to news and special reports and represents WebMD in the media.'
Bhargava came to WebMD from Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, affiliated with Emory University, where she practiced for 7 years as a lead physician in urgent care. She continues to see patients there. A graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine, she completed her residency at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. She is board certified in pediatrics. She lives in Atlanta and has two children.
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