Terrebonne General Medical Center has hired three new doctors to their Emergency Department Medical Staff.

The hospital announced today that its hired Dr. Mary Ann Difranco, Dr. Gerald Lee Foret III and Dr. Ryan Jupiter to their medical team – three decorated medical professionals.

Dr. Difranco, MD, received her Doctor of Medicine at Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans, and a Bachelors of Science at University of Louisiana Monroe. She completed her residency at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, in New Orleans, where she was the Chief Resident.

Dr. Foret, MD, received his Doctor of Medicine at Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans and a Bachelor’s of Science at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. He completed his residency at Louisiana State University Health Service Center (LSUHSC) Emergency Medicine in New Orleans where he was the Chief Resident.

Dr. Jupiter, MD, received his Doctor of Medicine at Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans and his Bachelor of Science at Xavier University of Louisiana, in New Orleans. He completed his residency at Louisiana State University Health Service Center (LSUHSC) in New Orleans as well.

TGMC President and CEO Phyllis Peoples said the additions will help TGMC continue its quest to offer more expansive care to people in the area and beyond.

She said all three will add experience and knowledge to the TGMC team.

“We are excited to add these new Emergency Department physicians to our team as we expand care to our community” Peoples said.

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