Glenn Rosenbluth, MD
Director, Quality and Safety Programs
Assistant Clinical Professor, Pediatrics

Dr. Glenn Rosenbluth is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics.  He is the Associate Director of the Pediatrics Residency Program, and has been a leader in quality and safety within the Department of Pediatrics and the Benioff Children’s Hospital for the past 6 years.  After his residency and chief residency in Pediatrics at UCSF, he completed a Hospital Medicine Fellowship through the UCSF Department of Medicine working on issues in patient safety and quality improvement.  

 

In 2006 he joined the Pediatrics faculty as Acting Director and then Associate Director of the Pediatrics Residency Training Program.  He helped develop a new quality improvement curriculum for pediatric residents and has supervised and mentored numerous resident QI projects.  He has studied strategies to improve residents’ prescribing practices and has studied patient outcomes related to compliance with ACGME duty hours.  Currently he is the site director for an NIH-funded multi-site study of an educational intervention to reduce medical errors related to handoffs.  

Dr. Rosenbluth provides leadership to our efforts to align quality and safety missions between educational and clinical programs.  He will lead the resident and fellow incentive program, the chief resident development program, the patient care fund, provides GME input on medical center initiatives, work collaboratively with trainees across disciplines on projects related to quality and safety, and lead and participate in other relevant curricular and programmatic initiatives.