Dr. Charles Sasser was born in Pensacola, FL and moved to Louisiana at a young age, growing up in Livingston. He graduated from LSU in 1993 and was commissioned into the United States Marine Corps. He was trained as a pilot and had a 14 year career in active duty, which included a transition to the Air National Guard and over 1,300 flight hours in multiple aircraft, including the AH-1W and F-15C. After a successful military career, he returned to Louisiana to attend medical school and graduated from LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans where he also completed his Internal Medicine residency. Dr. Sasser is Board Eligible in internal medicine and is a member of the American College of Physicians. He continues to serve part time in the Army National Guard as a physician. He specializes in primary care and preventative medicine.
Outside of his practice, he is involved with St. Aloysius Church and School. He makes his home in Baton Rouge and spends most of his time with his wife and daughter. He also enjoys tennis, outdoor activities and LSU sports.