Elizabeth Moroni, MD MHA 2019-08-05T17:40:12+00:00

Project Description

Elizabeth Moroni, MD MHA

Dr. Elizabeth Moroni earned a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University in Neurobiology, with Minors in Business and Sociology. She earned her MD degree, as well as her Masters of Healthcare Administration (MHA), from Georgetown University. During her time at Georgetown, Dr. Moroni was recognized multiple times for her commitment to patient safety and quality improvement, especially for medically underserved patients. She graduated with distinction in Healthcare Leadership and as a member of the Gold Humanism Honor Society and Upsilon Phi Delta Healthcare Administration Honor Society.

Why Pitt?

After spending a month at Pitt as a rotating medical student, I was struck by the sense of community and mentorship within the Pitt Plastic Surgery family. The faculty at Pitt are nationally (and internationally) recognized in their fields of expertise, yet are incredibly approachable and supportive of residents’ varied interests. In addition, Pitt has a rich history of producing leaders in plastic surgery and is committed to innovation- in both patient care and resident education.

Awards

• Georgetown University School of Medicine Health Justice Scholar Award, 2018
• Healthcare Innovation and Leadership Distinction, 2018
• Gold Humanism Honor Society, inducted 2017
• J.T. Tai Foundation Scholarship Award, 2016
• Georgetown University School of Medicine Leader and Advocate Award, 2015
• Frank S. Pellegrini Patient Safety Scholarship, 2015
• Upsilon Phi Delta Honor Society, inducted 2013

Publications

Dr. Moroni has published scientific manuscripts and abstracts on various topics in plastic surgery, including microsurgery, breast reconstruction, abdominal wall reconstruction, limb salvage, clinical outcomes/quality improvement, and health disparities. She has presented her work at local, regional, national, and international meetings, including the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Association of Plastic Surgeons, and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.