Vincent DiMaggio, MD MS
Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics
Dr. DiMaggio is the most recent addition to the Brown Med-Peds Family! Vinny returns to New England where he was an undergraduate at Boston College. After a year of clinical research back home in NYC, Vinny attended the Special Master’s Program in Physiology & Biophysics at Georgetown. He remained in DC to attend Georgetown University School of Medicine where he fell in love with Med-Peds. Vinny completed residency at The University of Chicago, where was inducted into AOA for clinical teaching and completed a Fellowship in Clinical Medical Ethics. He also spent a year as Chief Resident in Pediatrics. During that year, his work focused on redesigning the program conference curriculum. Vinny went on to join faculty at UChicago Medicine where he endeavored to develop a High-Risk Transitions Clinic within the Comprehensive Care Program in collaboration with a Federally Qualified Health Center on the South Side of Chicago. Additionally, he served as Faculty for the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics, supervising attending physician in the Comer Children’s Hospital Pediatrics Emergency Department, and teaching attending for inpatient general medicine at UChicago Medicine.
Vinny is passionate about medical education. He practices and precepts in the Brown Med-Peds Primary Care Clinic as well as a teaching hospitalist at Rhode Island Hospital and Hasbro Children’s Hospital. His clinical and academic interests include Transitions Medicine and care for the underserved.
Vinny is excited to come to Rhode Island with his young family! When not at work, he’ll hopefully be outdoors with his wife, daughter, and dog, Bo – hoping they all start to share his love of salt water in the Ocean State!