Department of Surgery
Marion Henry is a highly experienced pediatric surgeon who provides care to children of all ages who suffer from a wide spectrum of ailments. Her expertise encompasses the treatment of neonatal diseases and congenital malformations, prenatal counseling, childhood cancers, aerodigestive disorders, hernias and hydroceles, pediatric colorectal disease, and thoracic lung abnormalities. She has training and experience in minimally invasive surgical techniques, using smaller incisions that lead to a faster recovery time and less patient discomfort and scarring.
Her research has been published in the American Journal of Surgery and the Journal of Pediatric Surgery. She is a passionate surgical advocate and activist, working toward comprehensive, multidisciplinary approaches to fighting the epidemics of gun violence and health care disparities, and serves on several national committees working on these critical issues, including those sponsored by the American Pediatric Surgical Association, the American College of Surgeons, and the American Medical Association.
Henry earned an AB in religious studies from Princeton University and an MD from the Stanford University School of Medicine. She also holds an MPH in biostatistics from the Yale School of Public Health. She completed general surgery residencies at Stanford Hospital and Clinics and Yale New Haven Hospital, as well as fellowships at the Yale Department of Surgery and Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC. Most recently, she was a clinical professor of surgery at the University of Arizona.