We are a team of Brigham Med-Peds clinicians whose mission it is to support patients, families, and providers through the pediatric to adult medicine transition process for patients with complex and unique medical needs, including chronic conditions of childhood origin. If you are a provider and believe that the patient merits the services of the Transition Care Team, please refer them to us via our email. We aim to facilitate a smooth, efficient, and comprehensive transfer of care.
As an attending and Clinician Innovator Fellow at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Dr. Margaret Threadgill founded the Transition Care Team (TCT) with Dr. Niraj Sharma and developed the TCT Process, to facilitate the smooth, organized, comprehensive, and easy-to-access acceptance of complex transition patients into the Brigham adult system. Dr. Sharma established the Transition Care Team with Dr. Threadgill to support young adults with complex and unique medical needs through the transition from pediatric to adult care.
Instructor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Dr. Threadgill is an Attending Physician within the Medicine-Pediatrics Unit of the Division of General Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. The major focus of her career has been on the clinical care of pediatric, transition, and adult patients, as well as healthcare delivery innovation.View profile
Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School
Dr. Sharma is also the Director of the Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Unit within the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Division of General Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine. The major focus of Dr. Sharma’s career has been on the transition of youth with special health care needs from pediatric to adult-centered medical care.View profile
Our team specializes in supporting the healthcare transition of patients with complex and unique medical and psychosocial needs, including chronic conditions of childhood origin. If you believe that the patient would not merit from the Transition Care Team’s services, please use this webpage to find a provider that best meets your needs.
Here is what you can expect from the Brigham Transition Care Team process:
Our team will be available for additional visits at the patient/family’s request, and as a resource to the referring provider, at any time. Additionally, the patient and family can expect a minimum of two scheduled virtual visits with our team:
Informational Brochure Transition Checklist
At this time we are unable to take self-referrals from patients. Please reach out to your primary medical provider to initiate a referral to our team.
Referring providers can reach the Transition Care Team by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All patient medical record information can be sent to our team via eFax at: 617-525-0517.