Hi, I am currently doing my undergrad and have always wanted to be a pediatrician. I was just looking around for some basic info. What type of pediatric subspecialities deal mostly with inpatient pedatrics that allow a doctor to form a long term relationship with their patients? I was thinking that pediatric hem/oncologists had that but after reading a few books it seems like that field is very much research based? Is that true? What subspecialities deal with inpatient peds, minimal research, lots of patient contact, and allows you to form a long term relationship with your patients (aka not like Emergency medecine where you usually dont see your patient again). Thanks!