Logan Murray, MD is a board-certified Pediatric Hospitalist at Maine Medical Center’s Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital, Rotation Director for the Pediatric Hospital Medicine elective for the Maine Medical Center Pediatric Residency Program, and serves on the MMC Health Information Management and MHMG Provider Audit & Education committees. He is the pediatric representative to the MMC Council on Well-being Directors and a Peer-to-Peer volunteer.

Dr. Murray graduated from the University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine in 2006 and completed his Pediatric Residency (2009) and Chief Residency (2010) at Maine Medical Center. After 3 years in community pediatrics at Winthrop Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine/MaineGeneral Medical Center, he joined the pediatric hospitalist group at MMC in 2013. He enjoys teaching and feels honored to have received the Generalist of the Year award from the graduating residents four times, most recently in 2022. His research includes serving as principal investigator for a grant-funded study of novel techniques for vaccine-related communication in primary care. More recently, he has focused on children with medical complexity and is currently an Academic Pediatric Association Research Scholars Program Fellow for 2021-2024.

Dr. Murray lives in Freeport with his wife, Mary and their 3 children, 2 pygmy goats, 3 chickens, a Saharan uromastyx, and a cat. He enjoys hiking in the beautiful Maine woods and growing vegetables.

Scholarship Areas of Interest: Vaccine education, Inter-facility patient transfers, and care of children with medical complexity

Project Name (Collaboration with Amanda Payne): Facilitators and Barriers to Quality Care for Children with Medical Complexity: A Qualitative Study