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Dr. Megan Bryce Laniewicz MD, Emergency Physician

Dr. Megan Bryce Laniewicz MD

Emergency Physician (Pediatric) | Pediatric Emergency Medicine

231 E Chestnut St Pathology Dept Louisville KY, 40202


Dr. Megan Laniewicz is a pediatric emergency medicine physician practicing in Louisville, KY. Dr. Laniewicz specializes in providing care for critically ill and injured children. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physicians possess a vast amount of knowledge in areas such as neonatology, critical care and forensic pediatrics. Children involved in automobile accidents, child abuse or near-drowning episodes are frequent cases treated by pediatric emergency medicine physicians.

Education and Training

Vanderbilt University School of Medicine 2004

Board Certification

Emergency Medicine American Board of Emergency Medicine ABEM

Provider Details

Female English


  • University of Michigan Program

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Dr. Megan Bryce Laniewicz MD's Practice location

Practice At 231 E Chestnut St

231 E Chestnut St -
Louisville, KY 40202
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New patients: 502-629-6000
Fax: 502-629-5991, 502-852-8556

Megan Laniewicz

800 Marshall Street, Slot 512-12 -
Little Rock, AR 72202
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Megan Laniewicz

1 Children's Way Slot 512-16 -
Little Rock, AR 72202
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