Dr. Anne Butler is the Medical Director of PM Pediatrics of Forest Hills, where she oversees all medical operations for the practice. Before becoming a Director, she worked as a lead physician at PM Pediatrics in Brooklyn. Prior to joining PM Pediatrics, Dr. Butler was the Assistant Medical Director of the Pediatrics Emergency Department at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital where she was as an attending physician for more than 13 years. She also served as a Faculty member of St. Joseph Mercy Hospital’s Emergency Medicine Residency Program for 7 years, and served as an Adjunct Physician Instructor at the University of Michigan’s Department of Emergency Medicine for 3 years. Dr. Butler has received numerous teaching awards from the Emergency Department and Department of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, as well as from the University of Michigan’s Medical School. Throughout her career, Dr. Butler has been involved with the system-wide development and enhancement of electronic medical records with a focus on Pediatric Emergency Medicine. She is a published author of an epidemiologic study “Racial Differences in the Prevalence of Small-for-Dates Infants Among College-Educated Women,” as well as a contributing author of the Michigan toolkit for pediatric disaster preparedness. She is also an Advisory Committee Member and Pediatrics Subcommittee member of the Michigan Region 2 South Bio-Defense Network for disaster preparedness. Dr. Butler is board certified in Pediatrics. She completed her Pediatric residency at Children’s Memorial Hospital, Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago. She also earned her medical degree at Northwestern University and received her Bachelors degree in Biochemistry from University of Notre Dame.