Thomas D. Lamarre, Jr., MD

Thomas D. Lamarre, Jr., MD

Specialties

Infectious Disease

Dr. Lamarre offers a wide range of diagnostic, consultation, evaluation, treatment and prevention services for adult patients with acute and chronic infectious diseases.

He obtained his medical degree from the Ohio State University College of Medicine. He completed his residency at the University of Cincinnati College and fellowship training in infectious diseases from The Ohio State University. He is board-certified in infectious diseases by the American Board of Internal Medicine.

Dr. Lamarre has received numerous awards and honors throughout his medical training and continues to do so into his professional career. He presently holds a teaching appointment as an adjunct professor of internal medicine at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. He has been nationally recognized receiving the American Academy of Family Practitioners' Teaching Excellence Award. Locally, he has been honored for several years as one of Cincinnati's Top Doctors by Cincinnati Magazine.

Practice Name

  • The Christ Hospital Physicians - Infectious Diseases

Gender

  • Male

Languages Spoken

  • English

Board Certification

  • Am Bd of Internal Medicine (Infectious Disease)
  • Am Bd of Internal Medicine (Internal Medicine)

Education

  • Ohio State University College of Medicine(Professional Education)
  • University of Cincinnati Hospital(Internship Program)
  • University of Cincinnati Hospital(Residency Program)
  • Ohio State University Hospital(Fellowship Program)

Locations

Primary Location

Mt. Auburn
The Christ Hospital Medical Office Building

2123 Auburn Ave.
Suite A44

Cincinnati, OH 45219

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39.1211546 -84.510667
Phone: 513-585-2791 513-585-2791
Fax: 513-585-3882
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Infectious Disease