Nino Kikodze

Director of Emergency Care Department

Dr. Kikodze has started her medical career in 1998 as the Doctor of Pediatric Intensive Care. In 1999-2001, she was the trainee in Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Emergency Department.In 2004, along with Emory University Children Emergency Care specialists, Dr. Kikodze opened and launched the first Pediatric Emergency Care Department in Georgia which had been directly managed by her until 2012.

In 2005, Dr. Kikodze with Emory University Emergency Care specialists arranged and leaded first PALS training courses in Georgia, in which almost hundred doctors were trained at that time.In 2005, Dr. Kikodze has formed International Assosication of Emergency Pediatrics and currently she is the founder and a President of it.  

In 2011, she managed launching of the first Mother and Child Emergency Care department in Batumi, Georgia.In 2012, in the Kutaisi. Georgia she lead opening of the Children’s Emergency Care department. From 2012 to present she is the Head of West Georgia Intervention Medical Center Pediatric Unit.

In 2014, under direction of Dr. Kikodze Children Emergency Care Department was launched in Referal Hospital of Zugdidi, Georgia.
In 2015, under her direct leadership the first Children Emergency Residency program in Georgia was established. She is Director of Residency Program.