Ambrose J. Campbell, MD, completed his Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology and Emergency Medicine Residency at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport after receiving his Doctorate of Medicine at St. Louis University (SLU) School of Medicine in Missouri.
During his residency, he conducted a “Music in Emergency Room Procedures Study” researching the effects of music on patients in the ER under sedation. Dr. Campbell also ran the Free Clinic at SLU’s Health Resources Center, seeing more than 1,000 patients while training dozens of first-year medical students in phlebotomy skills. As a supervisor, Dr. Cambell simultaneously oversaw vaccine administrations, building security and maintenance, public relations, community outreach, and operations in the pediatric clinic, totaling 450 hours in community service in addition to coursework.
Fun Fact: Dr. Campbell is a 1st Degree black belt in Taekwondo.