Deborah Hoadley, MD

Internist and Infectious Disease Specialist

Dr. Hoadley is a board-certified Internist and Infectious Disease Specialist who trained at McGill University, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, and Tulane University. After completing her training, she joined the faculty at Tulane, where she participated in NIH-funded AIDS Clinical Trials, served as State Coordinator for the HRSA-funded Delta Region AIDS Education and Training Center, and served as director of the Tulane Travel and Tropical Medicine Clinic. After a decade at Tulane, she returned to New England to practice in Connecticut, covering 3 Yale-affiliated teaching hospitals and developing a growing practice in Lyme  Disease and Tick-Borne Illness.  She then joined Baystate Medical Center’s academic Infectious Disease Division, serving on the faculty of Tufts University for several years. After working with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health on prevention and outreach, she received the Henry Ingersoll Bowditch Award for Excellence in Public Health from the Massachusetts Medical Society. In order to meet the needs of her patients with ongoing Lyme-related inflammatory illness, she opened her own practice and Wellness Center in Longmeadow Mass, offering integrative healing modalities including reiki, yoga, massage, nutrition and mindfulness. She presently collaborates with academic Lyme Disease centers in Boston and New York, serves as faculty for the Kripalu Institute’s annual Lyme Disease Symposium, and is a member of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease Working Group.