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  • April 13, 2021
    9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Join the Council of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Sullivan County as we welcome Dr. Susan Jeansonne for our quarterly seminar. Dr. Jeansonne will be exploring recognizing and reporting abuse from her professional view as a doctor of medicine. This seminar will be held virtually via Zoom.




Dr. J, as many patients call her, received her BS in Physical Therapy from Louisiana State University and

returned to become a medical doctor. She has 8 years of experience as a primary pediatrician covering outpatient, acute care, and neonatal hospital care. In addition, she has approximately 9 years’ experience in emergency pediatric medicine. Dr. J has also been an adjunct professor for both ETSU Pediatrics and LMU medical School with roles actively educating residents and 3rd year medical students. In 2020. She began her own Pediatric Urgent House Calls Practice, serving families in the Tri-Cities area. During that same year, she began a role as Medical Director of the CAC. Dr. J is a board certified Pediatrician, Fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics, and a member of the Tennessee AAP. She has testified in court as a professional witness in child abuse cases and lecture on Quality Assurance Projects that she supported and fostered while at Mountain States/Ballad Pediatrics for children at risk and those born in high risk situations.