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Paul A. Grabb, M.D.


Associate Professor
Director, Pediatric Neurosurgery
Memorial Hospital for Children

Contact Information

Address:  1725 E. Boulder, Suite 104
               Colorado Springs, CO  80909

Phone:    719-365-5888
FAX:       719-365-6905
E-mail:   paul.grabb@mhchildren.com

Clinical Interests:  Pediatric Neurosurgery



 

Clinically I enjoy all aspects of pediatric neurosurgery.  I have had a long interest in neuroendoscopy for tumors, cysts, and hydrocephalus, brachial plexus injuries, and spinal trauma.  I have over 16 years of practice experience in pediatric neurosurgery after completing my fellowship and continue to marvel at the resilience of children and their families when faced with serious diseases. I consider it a privilege to help these children and families in their time of need.

The recent affiliation of University Colorado Health and Children's Hospital Colorado with Memorial Hospital created the ideal environment to join ranks with neurosurgeons within the Department of Neurosurgery who I have known and respected for years. I am excited to be part of something bigger, and am looking forward to advancing pediatric neurosurgical care along the Front Range, throughout the state, and beyond.

I completed training in Pediatric Neurosurgery at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and was faculty there for 9 years before relocating to Colorado Springs.  I am married to Dr. Brenda Grabb, pediatric radiologist and have two sons, Declan (student-Vanderbilt University) and Gavin (student-Lewis Palmer High School).  My interests include flyfishing, backpacking, gardening & photography.

 


Recognized as Style Magazine Top Doctor for 2013


Undergraduate:  University of Virginia, B.A. with Distinction in Chemistry

Medical School:  University of Virginia 1988 (AOA 1987)

Internship and Residency:  University of Pittsburgh  1988-1995

Fellowship Pediatric Neurosurgery:  Children's Hospital of Alabama, 1996-1999

Board Certification:  American Board of Neurological Surgery, 1998
                              American Board of Pediatric Neurological Surgery, 1999

1987            Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society

1986            Amparo Villar-Palasi Award in Pharmacology
                   University of Virginia School of Medicine

1994            First Annual Resident Teaching Award
                   Department of Neurological Surgery, University of Pittsburgh

2011            "Top Doc" Recognition, Colorado Springs Style Magazine
2012

Dr. Grabb has 82 publications, please see Dr. Grabb's attached Curriculum Vitae for a complete listing.