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    Gregory Duhon, MD: Internal Medicine

    Dr. Gregory Duhon, MD, is an Internal Medicine Physician and Hospitalist with acumen in ICU, emergency room, and crisis/pandemic management.


    After earning his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Louisiana State University and his medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine, he completed postgraduate medical training at the Jewish Hospital of Cincinnati. Greg has published several abstracts and manuscripts and has presented his work at an assembly of the American College of Physicians in Ohio.


    Dr. Duhon has centered his life on a simple rule: anyone can make an impact. During residency, Dr. Duhon requested vacation time to assist in flood relief efforts in his home state of Louisiana. Using Baton Rouge’s Celtic Media Centre, he set up a clinic, triaged and provided medical care to displaced patients, managed diabetic care, administered tetanus vaccines, filled prescriptions, and provided empathetic support to flood victims. Both in crisis situations and traditional hospital care, Dr. Duhon is known for excellent listening skills and compassionate communication toward patients and fellow team members.


    Outside of work, Dr. Gregory Duhon, MD, enjoys propagating passion fruit, surfing, traveling, and cooking Cajun and Vietnamese food. When his competitive brother threw out the idea of competing in a triathlon, Dr. Duhon accepted the challenge; since then, he has conquered an Olympic Triathlon and a Half Ironman and is currently training for the Ironman Triathlon.

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