Jason Patregnani, MD, MBA is the Division Director of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Director of Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care Medicine at Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital.

Dr. Patregnani graduated from Boston College in 2004 with his undergraduate degree in Biology with a minor in philosophy. He went on to Albany Medical College where he received medical degree in 2008. He completed his residency in Pediatrics at University of Connecticut, followed by fellowships in Pediatric Cardiology and Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at Children’s National Hospital in 2016. He recently finished his Masters of Business Administration from George Washington University in 2021.

Dr. Patregnani joined MMC and MMP over the summer of 2020 and has loved his new career and life in the greater Portland area. Dr. Patregnani resides in Cape Elizabeth with his wife Monica and his son Nico. They have come to love the outdoor life that Maine provides including hiking, the beach, and kayaking as well as the amazing food.

Scholarship Areas of Interest: Thrombosis prevention in patient’s undergoing cardiac surgery, the role of the receptor for advanced glycation end products in acute bronchiolitis and its connection to chronic the development of chronic asthma.

Project Name: Unit Practices and Association with Central Line Thrombosis Outcomes in Pediatric Cardiac ICUs