Special focus on
- Epilepsy (Pediatric)
- Neurocritical Care (Pediatric)
- Neurology (Pediatric)
- M.D., University of Buenos Aires 2003
- Pediatrics, Hasbro Children’s Hospital, Providence, R.I., 2009
- Pediatric neurocritical care, Lurie Children’s Hospital, Chicago, Ill., 2013
- Neurology with special qualifications in Child Neurology
Dr. Piantino is the director of inpatient Pediatric Neurology at OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital. He also coordinates the Pediatric Neurocritical Care follow-up clinic, a multidisciplinary clinic created to help children who are admitted to the Intensive Care Unit with neurological complications.
In his spare time, Dr. Piantino enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, and windsurfing.
OHSU Connections article
After the ICU: Unique clinic helps kids recover from neurological injuries
Memberships and associations
- American Academy of Neurology
4.6 out of 5 (40 Ratings, 9 Comments)
The patient ratings score is an average of all responses to the question "How likely would you be to recommend this provider to your family and friends (on a scale of 0 to 10)" on our nationally-recognized NRC patient surveys.
- May 04, 2019
We’d never met Dr. Piantino before. . Appt has been scheduled for months and I didn’t really have high expectations. Thought we’d have a 30 min appt where he’d reduce his keppra. But he spent 90 min with us, and addressed all of our questions, helped me get comfortable that more MRIs aren’t going to show us if brain is healing—it’s the neuro osych testing that will tell us and that we are doing exactly what we should be doing therapy wise to support healing. He was really great.
- Apr 27, 2019
It is very good what they gave the child and I give him a 10 for his attention and his carefulness to give everything possible to the child and improve their health thanks.
- Mar 25, 2019
We really like Dr. Piantino. He takes the time to listen to what we're talking about. My daughter has kind of an odd set of symptoms and we try and work around those problems and Dr. Piantino's great. We just we really like him. We don't love coming to Portland, but he's such a good fit it's totally worth it. So, we really appreciate that.
- Sep 01, 2018
I would appreciate it if our provider would listen to our concerns rather than address issues he thinks we may be worried about. I would like to discuss with our provider the complimentary care we are doing with our daughter. We did briefly discuss her diet.We were very disappointed that a Child Life specialist could not be with our daughters during this meeting as we had planned.
- Aug 25, 2018
- Aug 17, 2018
We will follow him always where ever he goes - we have used him at Kaiser and then followed to OHSU by far the best epilepsy doctor we have found
- Jul 16, 2018
It was a great experience he was very persistent with (INAUDBILE) pretty good doctor. I recommend him.
- Jul 14, 2018
Doctor is very kind, very friendly, and has a lot of knowledge.
- Feb 07, 2018
I don't see this doctor following through with plans made. I'm still waiting, now a week later, for the doctor to submit the necessary information for me to make the appointment for my child's treatment. Also, I made several phone calls asking questions that were not answered. I did not get any communication from the doctor until I called the Patient Advocacy Committee.