Dr. Evelyn Baranco Pryor is the Medical Director for the Ochsner LSU Health Ambulatory Care Center Internal Medicine Clinic, and serves as Associate Professor – Clinical and Division Chief of Telemedicine for Louisiana State University Health Shreveport. Dr. Pryor was born in Louisiana, but grew up in Atlanta, Georgia. She received her BS from Xavier University of New Orleans, summa cum laude. After medical school at The Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia, she completed residency training in Internal Medicine at The Morehouse School of Medicine residency program in Atlanta, Georgia, where she served as chief resident. Dr. Pryor then accepted a joint position as faculty for both The Morehouse School of Medicine and Emory School of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency Programs at Grady Memorial Hospital. While there, she was an investigator or co-investigator on three NIH-funded grants and was an author on four peer-reviewed publications in the area of pharmacogenomics of antihypertensive medications in African Americans.For most of her 20+ year medical career, Dr. Pryor has been in private practice with a focus on practice management and digital medicine, including telemedicine. She has consistently received NCQA/HEDIS awards and awards for patient care, such as being a Kaiser Georgia Communication All-Star for patient satisfaction rates of 98% or greater. Dr. Pryor is excited to be back in an academic environment where she brings patient care expertise to patients, students and trainees.