Ronald Pudlo, MD, FAAP
Dr. Ronald Pudlo has practiced at Greensboro Pediatricians since 1990. Dr. Pudlo completed both his undergraduate and medical degrees at Northwestern University in Chicago, Ill. He completed his residency training at North Carolina Baptist University and holds Board Certification with The American Board of Pediatrics. Dr. Pudlo is also a Fellow with the American Academy of Pediatrics. He served as Chief of Pediatrics at Cone from 2010-2018
“I entered pediatrics,” says Dr. Pudlo, “because I spent many years working at various camps for children with disabilities – such as Muscular Dystrophy Association, Easter Seals Association, and others – and I loved the opportunities I had to care for these children.
Aside from his hidden hockey talent (he plays in two adult leagues!), Dr. Pudlo enjoys spending time with his wife Jean, a consultant to a non-profit organization, and volunteering his time and medical skill in the community. He is an active Quaker at New Garden Friends Meeting and spends his free time enjoying outdoor activities, such as hiking, fly-fishing, kayaking and more.
Fun facts you may not know:
Favorite TV Shows: Carolina Hurricanes games
On his Ipod/Ipad: Folk Music and podcasts
First Job: Burger King
Favorite Food: Thai or Vietnamese
His Hero: Pete Seeger
Bucket List: to see the Himalayas
Favorite Movies: Young at Heart or The Blues Brothers