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The Physician Relations and Outreach (PRO) Team is dedicated to creating an exceptional experience for primary care physicians and other members of a patient’s care team when they work with Boston Children’s Hospital. Whether you are a primary care physician, a referring specialist, or a practice manager, Boston Children's Hospital strives to:

  • be a reliable, collaborative, and indispensable partner in delivering the best quality pediatric care and service to your patients and their families
  • respect your clinical expertise
  • respect your time
  • provide accurate, timely, and comprehensive information about your patient's health
  • maintain a consistent experience for you as a healthcare professional

Physician Relations and Outreach Team members

Read more about Richard Antonelli, MD, MS

Medical Director, Integrated Care

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

Richard P. Lynch

Senior Director, Physician Relations & Outreach

Kayla Mantegazza, PMP

Manager, Physician Relations and Outreach

Alex Cohen

Program Manager, Physician Relations and Outreach

Nicole Delgado

Project Coordinator, Physician Relations and Outreach

Feedback and concerns

To provide the best possible experience for you and your patients, we need to know how we're doing. If you have feedback about your experience with Boston Children’s Hospital — be it positive or negative — or if we didn’t meet your expectations, please email us at

You can also call 617-919-3002

We'll work to improve and/or resolve the situation whenever possible. The PRO inbox and voicemail box are monitored Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the PRO team responds to feedback and concerns within one business day.

Visiting Specialist Rounds

The PRO team's Visiting Specialist Rounds (VSR) bring Boston Children’s Hospital specialists to primary care practices in local communities to discuss challenging clinical topics.

VSRs typically take place mid-day (or another convenient time) for an hour at the primary care provider’s practice. While the format is flexible and dynamic, typically the time is equally split between the specialist's presentation on a topic and subsequent discussion.

For more information or to request a VSR, please contact:

Boston Children’s Hospital Physician Relations and Outreach