Dr. Lloyd Champagne’s roots are in Louisiana, where he completed both his undergraduate degree and medical school at Louisiana State University. He completed his residency in general surgery at Charity Hospital in downtown New Orleans.
After a year of teaching general and trauma surgery at LSU, he moved to Pittsburgh to complete a plastic surgery fellowship, along with a hand and microsurgery fellowship. He is board certified in plastic surgery with a certificate of added qualification in hand surgery. Dr. Champagne has been a Phoenician since 1999, with a strong focus on plastic and hand reconstructive surgery.
1982-1983: Tulane University
1984-1986: Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Zoology
1990: Louisiana State University School of Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana
Louisiana State University, Charity Hospital- New Orleans, Louisiana
1990-1991: Internship- Assistant Director, Gross Anatomy for Students / Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification
1991-1992: PGY2, Course Director, Gross Anatomy for Residents, Pediatric Life Support Certification
1993-1994: PGY3, Boston/Tufts University Basic Science Course
Appointment- Committee to Establish Guidelines on Maternity Leave & Disability
1994-1995: PGY5 Appointed Chief Resident, Resident Endoscopy Certification, Chicago American College of Surgeons Meeting, Director of Gross Anatomy Course for Residents
1996-1999: University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Hand Surgery
American Board of Plastic Surgery
Certificate of Added Qualification: hand surgery
American Society of Plastic Surgeons
American Society of Surgery of the Hand
Voted Top Doc by Phoenix Magazine: 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 and 2007
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