Adolescent Medicine

Specialists in adolescent medicine from MassGeneral Hospital for Children provide outstanding primary care and consultative care to adolescents and young adults from age twelve years though the twenties. Consultative care is provided to patients for problems including eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia, substance abuse, depression, and developmental issues including school avoidance and out of control behaviors. In addition, we perform office gynecology including evaluation of irregular menstrual cycles, pelvic pain, and birth control as well as evaluation and treatment of sexually transmitted infection.

Mark A. Goldstein, MD
Fax: 617-243-6798

MD Degree: Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1972
Internship: Boston City Hospital, Pediatrics, 1972-73;
Residency: Massachusetts General Hospital, Pediatrics, 1975-77
Fellowship: Children's Hospital, Boston, Adolescent and Young Medicine, 1977-78
Clinical interests: General adolescent medicine, male adolescent health, eating disorders, psychosocial issues, sexually transmitted diseases, disorders of growth and development

Karen Sadler, MD
Fax: 617-243-6798
MD Degree: Harvard Medical School, 1988
Internship: Children's Hospital, Boston
Residency: Children's Hospital, Boston, 1991
Clinical Interests: Adolescent gynecology and irregular menses, international health

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