Stephanie Hom, MD

"The staff at CHKD are supportive and kind and I think that's reflected in the way we deliver patient care."

Dr. Stephanie Hom

(757) 668-8177

Board Certifications

American Board of Pediatrics


Medical School: Eastern Virginia Medical School

Residency: Stony Brook Long Island Children's Hospital

Fellowship: Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters



Dr. Hom works as an inpatient hospitalist at CHKD and is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at EVMS.  

She was born in New York City but has called Virginia home since the age of 10 when her father retired from the Air Force.  Prior to this, she lived in California, Italy and New Mexico.  

She graduated from the University of Virginia with a major in biology and minor in Latin.

Clinical Interests
Research Area
  • Factors that may predict a longer length of stay in hospitalized pediatric asthmatic patients
Honors & Awards
  • Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics
Community Involvement
  • Former Basic and Pediatric Advanced Life Support instructor
  • EVMS Haiti HOPES medical mission trip volunteer
  • Career mentor through the University of Virginia's Asian and Asian Pacific American Alumni Network
Hom S, Modi V, Chandran L, Kier C. Stridor in the neonate (Puzzler). Contemporary Pediatrics 2012; 29(2):42-47.

Kier C, Hom S, Qureshi F. Asthma and sleep. Journal of Asthma and Allergy Educators 2012; 3:99-105.

Hom S, Walsh B, Hunt J. Matrix effect in exhaled breath condensate interferon-gamma immunoassay. Journal of Breath Research Epub 2008; 2(4):041001.

Hunt J, Yu Y, Burns J, Gastron B, Ngamtrakulpanit L, Bunyan D. Walsh BK, Smith A, Hom S. Identification of acid reflux cough using serial assays of exhaled breath condensate pH. Cough 2006; (2):3.

Paget-Brown AO, Ngamtrakulpanit L, Smith A, Bunyan D, Hom S, Nguyen A, Hunt JF. Normative data for pH of exhaled breath condensate. Chest 2006; 129(2):426-430.

Wells K, Vaughan J, Pajewski TN, Hom S, Ngamtrauklpanit L, Smith A, Nguyen A, Turner R, Hunt J. Exhaled breath condensate pH assays are not influenced by oral ammonia. Thorax 2005; 60(1):27-31.

Vaughan J, Ngamtrakulpanit L, Pajewski TN, Turner R, Nguyen TA, Smith A, Urban P, Hom S, Gaston B, Hunt J. Exhaled breath condensate pH is a robust and repdocucible assay of airway acidity. European Respiratory Journal 2003; 22(6):889-894.

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