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“I feel parents are an important part of a child’s care.”

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As a pediatrician, Dr. Anne R. Bouele feels parents are an important member of their children’s care team.

“Involving the parent in the care of their child is important. We are more like partners. I bring my expertise, but the family is very important in the care of their children,” said Dr. Bouele.

Since parents spend more time with their children, Dr. Bouele spends a lot of time talking with the parents to get a good picture of what is going on.

She also feels parents are an important part of laying a healthy foundation for children, which is why she feels prevention is an important tool.

“To make a healthy adult we have to catch them early. If we catch them early, we will have a healthier society,” Dr. Bouele said.

To help prevent poor health conditions in the future, she is an advocate for proper nutrition and healthy living.

Dr. Bouele completed her pediatric residency at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital in Paterson, New Jersey and her doctorate at St. George’s University School of Medicine in Grenada, West Indies.

She and her husband enjoy watching their children play sports, and being actively involved in their community. Born and raised in Cameroon, she also enjoys traveling to Cameroon to see her family.

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  • Medical School
    St. George's University St. George's, , Grenada, M.D. 2005

    Residency
    St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center - St. Joseph's Children's Hospital Paterson, NJ, United States, Pediatrics 2009

  • Board Certifications
    Pediatrics: 2011

    State Licenses
    Wisconsin

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