Chethan Sarabu lives and works at the anastomosis of pediatrics, landscape architecture, and clinical informatics. The driving force connecting these interests is the pursuit of improving children’s lives. After training in landscape architecture at Cornell University he went through medical training with the principles of Olmsted in mind: long-term, ecological, systems-based design. He currently works as a pediatrician at Stanford and also is the director of clinical informatics and head of product at an A.I. health tech startup, doc.ai. He is involved in interventions connecting landscape to the healthcare system via electronic health record systems such as through park prescription programs. He is also an active child health advocate working towards improved equity across health and social sectors.