Aditya "AK" Kaza, MD

Senior Associate, Department of Cardiac Surgery; Director, Neonatal Cardiac Surgery Program; Surgical Medical Director, Patient-Flow and Capacity Center, Boston Children’s Hospital Associate Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School

Dr. Aditya K. Kaza is a practicing Cardiothoracic Surgeon at Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. Kaza graduated from medical school at Boston University, followed by a five-year surgical residency at the Ochsner Clinic. During his surgical residency, he took two years off to spend in the thoracic and cardiovascular surgery research laboratory at the University of Virginia. Subsequently, he did his cardiothoracic surgery fellowship at the University of Colorado. He stayed an extra year in Denver to do a fellowship in pediatric cardiac surgery. Dr. Kaza then came to Boston for his twelfth and final year of post-graduate training to serve as the chief resident in congenital cardiac surgery. He was in practice in Utah for five years when he was recruited to Boston Children’s Hospital. He has been at Boston Children’s since 2013 and is involved in all aspects of congenital heart surgery. He completed the MBA program at Sloan School of Business at MIT and is interested in improving efficiency in healthcare operations.