Doctor of Medicine
Natasha Erickson, MD is a pediatric hospitalist – a pediatrician who provides inpatient medical care for hospitalized infants, children, and adolescents. She has special interest in caring for acutely ill children and enjoys seeing how both children and their families demonstrate resiliency through the healing process. She also has interest in pediatric palliative care and supporting children with complex medical needs.
Along with her pediatric hospitalist colleagues, Dr. Erickson is actively involved in resident and nursing education as well as quality improvement initiatives in pediatrics. She has also advanced research to improve care for newborns with fever.
Dr. Erickson earned a bachelor's degree in biology with minors in chemistry and French from the University of Puget Sound. During college, she was active in the local dance community and worked part-time as a dance teacher for children ages 3-18. While at Eastern Virginia Medical School completing her residency, she served as chief resident with special areas of focus in resident education, quality improvement, and simulation training.
Dr. Erickson is married with two children. In her free time, she enjoys running, hiking, traveling and spending time with her family and their dog.