Hannah Keppler, MD

Department: Ambulatory Care


 Dr. Keppler is a general pediatrician in the outpatient clinic. She sees patients and supervises residents and medical students. She works in the family weight management clinic and is involved in obesity research. She helps to organize the Community Pediatrics rotation for the residents. She is also involved with teaching the Bioethics course to first and second year medical students. She is passionate about advocacy and teaching and mentoring medical students and residents.

Education & Training

Undergraduate School:
Binghamton University

Medical School:
Albert Einstein College of Medicine


  • Internship and Residency: Stanford

Honors & Awards

Advocacy Award, Stanford Pediatrics, 2017. Dean's Recognition Award, AECOM, 2013.


  1. Jessica M. Gold, Lahia Yemane, Hannah Keppler, Vidhya Balasubramanian, Caroline E. Rassbach, Words Matter: Examining Gender Differences in the Language Used to Evaluate Pediatrics Residents, Academic Pediatrics, 2022.
  2. Rachel L. Goldstein, Hannah Keppler, Noelle Pineda, Yingjie Weng, Jennifer L. Carlson; Implementation of an Inpatient Reproductive Health Screening Consult Service. Hosp Pediatr 2022.
  3. Janoowalla H, Keppler H, Asanti D, Xie X, Negassa A, Benfield N, Rulisa S, Nathan LM. The impact of menstrual hygiene management on adolescent health: The effect of Go! pads on rate of urinary tract infection in adolescent females in Kibogora, Rwanda. Int J Gynaecol Obstet. 2020 Jan;148(1):87-95.