Keisha Gaselle Bell, MD| Pediatric Critical Care Medicine | MedStar Health

Keisha Gaselle Bell, MD
Provider is directly employed by MedStar Health

Specialties: Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Languages: English

About me

Keisha Bell, MD, is chief of the MedStar Georgetown University Hospital Division of Pediatric Critical Care. Dr. Bell has extensive experience working with critically ill children, coordinating and delivering all aspects of their care and serving as a leader in pediatric intensive care units. After serving as the medical director of MedStar Georgetown’s pediatric sedation program, she has a special interest in the latest and safest forms of pediatric sedation. 

Dr. Bell’s main areas of clinical expertise include: 
• Pediatric burn patients 
• Traumatically injured children 
• Hemodynamic instability 
• Multiorgan failure including the liver and kidney 
• Pain management in pediatric patients 
• Pediatric sedation 
• Respiratory failure

Conditions and procedures

Conditions I treat

  • Bereavement
  • Cancer Pain
  • Critically Ill Infants
  • Hypothermia
  • Hypovolemia
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Procedures I perform

  • Advance Directives Discussion
  • Airway Management
  • Arterial Line Placement
  • Artificial Nutrition And Hydration Discussion
  • Code Status Discussion And Documentation
  • Endotracheal Intubation
  • Intraosseous Placement
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Practice locations

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3800 Reservoir Road Northwest
Concentrated Care Center Suite 5414
Washington, DC, 20007


Fax 202-444-2613

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Fax 202-444-2613


Board Certification: American Board of Pediatrics, Pediatrics

Board Certification: American Board of Pediatrics, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Fellowship Program: University of Maryland Medical Center (2003)

Fellowship Program: Shock Trauma Center (2003)

Residency Program: Baystate Medical Center (2000)

Internship Program: Baystate Medical Center (1998)

Medical School: University of Maryland School of Medicine (1997)