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Suzannah Bozzone is a diligent and interested family physician caring for the Chattanooga, TN community. Dr. Bozzone attended the University of Tennessee, Memphis, where she earned her degree in medicine. She completed her residency in family medicine at the University of Colorado, where she was chief resident. Dr. Bozzone is a part of UT Erlanger Institute for Sports & Health. She is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. Dr. Bozzone enjoys giving back to her community and has participated in many volunteer activities, including Operation Smile, a national organization providing facial reconstructive surgery to indigent populations. She is also founder and president of a student support group at Davidson College. Dr. Bozzone received the AFMRD/NAPCRG/CFPC Family Medicine Resident Award for Scholarship and the Agnes Sentelle Brown Award, Davidson College, NC. Dr. Bozzone is trilingual in English, Spanish and Italian. Outside of her practice, she enjoys yoga practice, travel, and singing. Dr. Bozzone is committed to helping her patients enjoy a healthier lifestyle. She works with each one to discuss ways they can make better choices for their health.
Verified Patient Reviews
Dr. Bazzone (pronounced ba-zone-ee) is pro plant based dieting and eating whole unprocessed foods. She's nice and talks fast.
Dr. Bozzone is amazing!! After 20+ years of searching for the right doctor that would actually LISTEN to me and advise something other than yet another medication, I finally found her. I wish all doctors truly cared about their patients' well-being like Dr. Bozzone.
Dr. Bozzone took plenty of time to really ask and answer all questions and get to know you and not just rush through the appointment.
She is very attentive and a wealth of knowledge!
The wait was long but they apologized multiple times and they were short-staffed which I definitely understand. Dr. Bozzone was very nice and answered all my questions plus addressed some other issues that came up.