Bryan Maxwell

Practice Location

  • Legacy Emanuel Medical Center and Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel

Education and Training

  • Stanford University School of Medicine
  • Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia Fellowship: Johns Hopkins University


  • Stanford University Medical Center

Board Certified

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Spanish


Bryan Maxwell, M.D., M.P.H.

Dr. Maxwell is an adult and pediatric cardiac anesthesiologist and has an interest in caring for patients who are high-risk candidates for cardiac and non-cardiac surgical procedures. He received his medical training at Stanford University, including medical school, anesthesia residency, and a fellowship in adult cardiothoracic anesthesiology. He also completed fellowship training in pediatric cardiac anesthesiology at the Bloomberg Children’s Center of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. In addition to a medical degree, he holds a Master’s in the Arts from the University of Virginia and a Master’s in Public Health from the University of California, Berkeley.

Prior to joining OAG, he was Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where he was also Director of Perioperative Medicine for Adult Pulmonary Hypertension. He has numerous peer-reviewed publications, has presented research abstracts and lectures on numerous occasions at national and international meetings, and has served as a visiting professor at Duke and Harvard. He has also been active internationally, having completed a medical mission in Ecuador, participated in internships in India and Guatemala, was an instructor for nurse anesthetists in Ethiopia, and a visiting resident at Toronto General Hospital Congenital Cardiac Centre.

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