Dr. Jenna Fine

(757) 668-7315
Board Certifications

American Board of Pediatrics

Pediatric Critical Care Med


Medical School: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

Residency: Jersey Shore University Medical Center, K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital

Fellowship: St. Louis University Cardinal Glennon Children's


Dr. Fine entered into pediatric critical care medicine following her involvement with a camp for ventilator-dependent children held annually in Millville, PA. She has continued to volunteer at the camp for more than a decade. As a volunteer, she experienced the qualities needed to take care of the critically ill child as well as their family.

Following her fellowship in pediatric critical care at Saint Louis University School of Medicine, her passion for taking care of critically ill children led to her decision to work at CHKD.

Clinical Interests
  • The medically complex child
  • Global health 
  • Ethics
  • Palliative care 

Research Area
  • The resource burden of infections with rhinovirus/enterovirus, influenza, and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) in children

Honors & Awards
  • Coastal Virginia Magazine "Top Doc" 2020-2022
  • Humanistic Healer Award, 2018
  • SSMile, Recognition of exceptional customer service, Saint Louis University, SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital, 2017 

  • Society of Critical Care Medicine
  • American Academy of Pediatrics 
  • American Osteopathic Association  
Community Involvement
  • PA Vent Camp, Millville, PA 
  • World Pediatric Project, Honduras 
  • Sylvia's Children, Uganda 
  • Community Cares for Kids, Ecuador 
A Note From Dr. Fine

"I wanted to practice pediatric critical care medicine in a place where there was a strong desire for excellence in both clinical care and patient outcomes. It was very clear to me that CHKD's focus was on the patient. From the respiratory therapists to the nursing staff to the pharmacists-everyone puts the patient first."


Fine JF, Bray-Aschenbrenner A, Williams H et al. “The Resource Burden of Infections and Rhinovirus/Enterovirus, Influenza, and Respiratory Syncytial Virus in Children.” Clinical Pediatrics 2019,58:2;177-184

Fine, J, Bray-Aschenbrenner, A, Werner, J, and Williams, H. “Resource Utilization from Rhinovirus/Enterovirus in the PICU,” Critical Care Medicine, 44(12): 249, December 2016.

Fine, J, MacLeod, R, Siu, A, Kooker, P, Kuo, Y, and Bautista, E. “Increased Neonatal Vancomycin Trough Levels and Incidence of Ototoxicity/Nephrotoxicity in the NICU,” Critical Care Medicine, 43(12):156, December 2015.

Fine, J, Walters, B, Agnoni, A, Coppola, C, Scorpio, R, and Kennedy, A. “Pulmonary Hernia in a Two-Year-Old Child,” Case Reports in Surgery, vol. 2014, Article ID 792376, 3 pages, 2014. Doi:10.1155/2014/

Fine, J. “Love Can Heal,” American Academy of Pediatrics, NJ Chapter, Summer 2014.