Dr. Gail Amison, certified by the American Board of Family Medicine, has a richly diversified medical background.
Following her graduation from South Dakota State University with a degree in psychology, she earned her medical degree from the University of Minnesota Medical School.
She completed her residency in St. Paul , Minnesota while seeing psychiatric patients at regions hospital in St. Paul, as well as providing medical services at urgent care clinics.
She relocated to north Louisiana in 1999, and at Barksdale Air Force Base dedicated herself to family practice medicine. She and her family have made Shreveport-Bossier home ever since.
Dr. Amison shares her partners’ dedication to preventative medicine. She and her family are dedicated to a lifestyle that places an emphasis on service and spirituality, as well as a love of outdoors activities.
She enjoys working with families as a whole to continuously maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Dr. James May is a local pioneer in the specialty of Family Medicine. He was the first resident in family Practice at Louisiana State School of Medicine in Shreveport. He has served as Chief Resident in family Practice there, as well as Clinical Professor of Family Medicine. He established his family medicine practice in west Shreveport in 1986, and has dedicated himself to it ever since.
Dr. May, who is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine, studied neuroanatomy at the University of South Carolina Medical School and served his internship at University of South Alabama. His experience also includes serving as Emergency Room director at a local hospital, as well as decade-long stint as physician for the City of Shreveport.
Dr. May, a member of the Willis-Knighton Physician Network, has made a personal commitment to service. He is noted for traveling the world on medical missions.
He is married and has two adult children, both of whom are also physicians.
Dr. Fallon McManus, certified by the American Board of Family Medicine, understands the importance of keeping the family healthy as a whole. While she is practiced in all aspects of family medicine she has a keen interest in preventative medicine, including women’s health.
While Fallon McManus was studying biology at LSU in Baton Rouge, she worked as an EKG technician.
Working with patients on a daily basis, she realized she was making a positive impact on people she encountered; not only patients, but also their families. That’s when she felt the call to become a physician.
This led her to LSU School of Medicine in Shreveport, where she earned her medical degree in 2009. During medical school, she decided to pursue family medicine because she enjoys caring for people of all ages.
Upon completion of her residency in Family Practice in Lake Charles, Louisiana she and her family returned to Shreveport to provide medical care for the families of West Shreveport.
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