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Dr. Suzanne Lavoie R.


HIV Family Clinic

HIV Family Clinic

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Employment History

Professor and Chair of Pediatric Infectious Diseases
VCU Children's Medical Center

Professor of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine, Chair, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Virginia Commonwealth University

Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
Children's Hospital Inc


International Adoption Clinic

Pediatric AIDS Program



medical degree

University of Massachusetts

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Suzanne R. Lavoie, MD
Suzanne R. Lavoie, MD
Professor and chief Director, Pediatric Residency Program
After completion of her fellowship, Dr. Lavoie joined the faculty of both the departments of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine at VCU in 1993. She founded the Pediatric AIDS Program in 1994 and later became director of the HIV Family Clinic, the only source for Pediatric HIV care in the region. She has been the program director for the Pediatric Residency Training Program since 1999. In 2007, she founded the International Adoption Clinic.


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Mariposa Farm - Savour Ottawa Members

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Suzanne Lavoie and Ian Walker

Suzanne and Ian are active in the marketing and distribution of many other local products and manage a unique on-site dining room facility and gourmet food shop.
Ian and Suzanne are both Agriculture College graduates and have served on the faculty as instructors and researchers.

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Suzanne R. Lavoie, MD

Suzanne R. Lavoie, MD
Professor and chief Director, Pediatric Residency Program Infectious Diseases
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"Infections include a lot of different ...

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"Infections include a lot of different types of diseases that range from mild to severe," said Suzanne Lavoie, MD, Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, and Chair, Division of Infectious Diseases. "Our group is usually called in because children have fevers or other symptoms that can't be explained and are not responding to traditional treatment methods."

CHoR's infectious diseases specialists help treat diseases ranging from milder infections caused by pneumonia, staph infections, respiratory viral infections or ruptured appendix to more severe infections affecting children receiving chemotherapy, in the intensive and neonatal intensive care units and those with organ transplants or HIV. Dr. Lavoie said her team has expertise on the newest labs and treatments for complex, chronic, recurrent or unusual infections and can often provide a fresh perspective into a patient's medical history and patterns of illness.
"We can help with early diagnosis and treatment," said Dr. Lavoie of the importance of partnering with parents and other physicians.

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