Sheila Moore, MD, received her medical degree from LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans in 1964. She did a rotating internship and first year pediatric residency in Nashville, TN, at Mid-State Baptist Hospital. Dr. Moore resumed her pediatric training at Earl K. Long Medical Center, completing her residency in June 1973. From July 1973 to October 1998, she stayed at Earl K. Long, first as an instructor and then as a Clinical Associate Professor at LSU. She became a diplomat of the American Board of Pediatrics in 1975. She developed a sickle cell clinic, a general hematology clinic and an oncology clinic. She became a member of the sub board of pediatric hematology-oncology in October 1984. In October 1998, she retired from LSU and became the Medical Director of the St. Jude Affiliate Clinic in Baton Rouge. Dr. Moore continues to practice there.
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