Dr. Sade Francois joined the ACMG in 2021 as a Pediatrician at the new Arkansas Children's Hospital Pine Bluff Clinic. She received her Bachelor of Science in Honors Pharmacology from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Dr. Francois subsequently earned her medical degree from St. George's University School of Medicine and completed her Pediatric Residency at the Children's Hospital of Illinois through the University of Illinois School of Medicine at Peoria program. She is currently Board eligible and will be completing her board certification in Pediatrics in the coming months. She is also an active member of the American Academy of Pediatrics
Some of her clinical interests include child advocacy, breastfeeding support as well as adolescent health.
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