The LSU Internal Medicine Residency in Baton Rouge





Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine

Tiffany Ardoin is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at LSU Health Sciences Center (LSUHSC). She graduated summa cum laude from Baylor University with a B.S. in Health Sciences Studies and went on to earn her M.D. from LSUHSC in New Orleans. Dr. Ardoin completed her Internal Medicine residency training at LSUHSC in Baton Rouge and served one year as Chief Resident prior to joining faculty. Her clinical activities include resident and medical student education through attending on inpatient wards and staffing in the outpatient clinics. Dr. Ardoin also contributes to medical education through traditional lectures and has a special interest in newer educational methods such as problem-based learning. Dr. Ardoin is also very active in the Applied Theory in Clinical Medical Education Elective for medical students. Other than medical education, her research interests include preventative medicine and social determinants of health. She specifically has studied effective forms of patient education regarding a healthy diet in vulnerable populations. Dr. Ardoin is very involved in linking LSU patients to community resources by participating in the Mayor’s HealthyBR Initiative as a representative of LSU Health and sits on the OLOL SDOH Workforce Committee. She is the clinical director of the Geaux Get Healthy Clinical Program at OLOL North connecting food insecure community members to cooking classes, nutrition classes and grocery store tours; and is studying the effects of this program on metabolic health. Dr. Ardoin is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, the Gold Humanism Honor Society, a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, and is President of the American Heart Association Capital Area Chapter.

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