dr. Brody LeBlanc, Dr. Richard Luneau and Dr. Natalie Derouen joined the staff of the Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes Group of Physicians and the Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes Child Health Clinic which recently opened in Mauritius.
LeBlanc and Luneau are family physicians at the clinic at 9610 Maurice Avenue, and Derouen is a pediatrician.
The three providers, formerly in separate practices based in Lafayette, moved at the end of October to open the Maurice clinic.
Dr. Brian Bailey, Dr. Virginia Coreil and Dr. Scott Rabalais, in the same way nurse practitioner Claire Bailey have been added to the network of Our Lady of Lourdes Children’s Health and Our Lady of Lourdes Physician Group.
They will be located at 5000 Ambassador Caffery Parkway, Province Park, Building 12, and will specialize in allergies, asthma, growth and development, ADD/ADHD, and preventative care.
Bailey earned a medical degree from LSU School of Medicine before completing an internship and residency in pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He moved to Lafayette in 2004, joining a private pediatric practice and providing emergency care to Acadiana children in area hospital emergency rooms.
Coreil earned an MD from Shreveport Medical School before completing an internship and pediatric residency at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital at the University of Tennessee in Memphis. Rabalais earned a medical degree from LSU School of Medicine in Shreveport, where he completed a residency in pediatrics.
Bailey earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing from LSU Health Sciences Center before completing a master’s degree in nursing from the University of Texas Health Sciences Center. Previously, she worked as a registered nurse caring for pediatric patients in Baton Rouge and Houston.