As of 1/15, 8:00 AM:
Supplies of the COVID vaccine have been extremely limited, and all of the current appointments for next week’s COVID-19 vaccine have been filled.
As soon as vaccines become available, we will call patients according to our wait list and schedule appointments. Patients will be called on a first come first serve basis. To be added to our Wait List, please call (225) 246-9240. Please note that we are following the State of Louisiana’s guidelines (70+) on distribution of the vaccine and when adding patients to our wait list.
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Rebecca S. Treuil, MD

Primary Office Location

Main Clinic
7373 Perkins Road
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808
Phone: (225) 246-9240


Dr. Rebecca Treuil, native of Zachary and current resident of Port Allen with her husband, Dr. Treuil earned her undergraduate degree from LSU in 2006 and her M.D. from the LSU School of Medicine in Shreveport in 2010. She returned to Baton Rouge and performed her medical residency in Internal Medicine through LSU’s Earl K. Long Hospital and Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center in 2013 and upon completion of her program, joined The Baton Rouge Clinic’s Internal Medicine Department. Dr. Rebecca S. Treuil is licensed to practice in the state of Louisiana.

When away from her practice, Dr. Treuil enjoys traveling, gardening around her home, and spending time with her family.

 

Dr. Rebecca Treuil has been chosen as a Finalist for Baton Rouge Parents Magazine’s Family Favorite Family Physician for 2019! The awards are held annually through Baton Rouge Parents Magazine, and all nominations are submitted by readers around the Baton Rouge area. Congratulations, Dr. Treuil, and thank you to all who participated!

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