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Rahul D. Shah, MD

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician

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Practice Name Connecticut Children's Specialty Group


BS, Cornell University, 2008
MST, Pace University, 2010
MD, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, 2015

Pediatrics, Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital, 2015-2018

Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Connecticut Children’s, 2018-2021
Pediatric Emergency Point-of-Care Ultrasound, Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital, 2021-2022

Board Certifications

  • General Pediatrics, The American Board of Pediatrics
  • Faculty Appointment

    Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Connecticut School of Medicine

    Clinical Expertise

    Rahul Shah, MD, is an Emergency Medicine physician at Connecticut Children’s. Dr. Shah’s clinical interests include point-of-care ultrasonography, medical education, injury prevention and legislative advocacy. In his free time, Dr. Shah enjoys travel, percussion, cross-country skiing and spending time with family and friends.

    Selected Publications

    • Chu E., Shah R., & Chicaiza H. (August 2021). A Case of Acute Achilles Tendon Rupture Diagnosed with Point of Care Ultrasound. Journal of the American College of Emergency Physicians Open, 2(4). 

    • Shah R., Rychwalski P., Kurzweil A., Tory H., & Chiciaza H. (July 2021). Ocular Point of Care Ultrasound: Description of Intermediate Vitritis in an Adolescent Female. Pediatric Emergency Care, 37(7), 382-383.

    • Shah R., Streat D., Auerbach M., Shabanova V. & Langhan M. (March 2020). Improving Capnography Use for Critically Ill Emergency Patients: An Implementation Study. Journal of Patient Safety. 18, e26-e32

    • Shah R., & Baum C. (August 2018). Synthetic Drug Intoxication in Children: Recognition and Management in the Emergency Department. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice, 15(5), 1-20.

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