N. Thomas LaCava, M.D. 360 West Boylston Street, Suite 107 West Boylston, Massachusetts 01583 (508) 854-1380
N. Thomas LaCava, M.D., Comprehensive Enviromental Medicine, Pediatric Primary Care
Education: B.S., University of New Hampshire, Durham, N.H., 1966; M.D., Saint Louis University School of Medicine, Saint Louis, M.O., 1972.
Internship/Residency: Intern in Pediatrics, Hahneman College and Hospital, Philadelphia, P.A., 1972-1973; Residency in Pediatrics, Hahneman Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, P.A., 1973-1974.
Fellowships: Clinical Fellow in Child Neurology, Saint Christopher's Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, P.A. 1974-1975.
Academic Appointment: Instructor in Pediatrics, UMASS Medical School, 1982-Present.
Professional Associations: Worcester District Medical Society, Massachusetts Medical Society, American College of Advancement in Medicine, American Academy of Environmental Medicine.
Licensure: States of Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Board Certification: American Board of Pediatrics and American Board of Environmental Medicine.
Membership and Office in Professional Societies: Worcester District Medical Society/Grievance Committee Chairman; Massachusetts Medical Society Councilor; American College of Advancement in Medicine; American Academy of Environmental Medicine (Fellowship/Member Board of Directors); Broda Barnes Research Foundation.
Dr. LaCava has practiced medicine for over 35 years and is currently practicing preventive Pediatrics and Environmental Medicine.
Dr. LaCava has been instrumental in pulling together individuals interested in the development of a new health care center. The center will have provide comprehensive, integrated health care service to the Chronically ill, unemployed, marginally compensated or those needing special services in order to continue to be productive individuals in the community. This will be approached with natural, safe and effective healing strategies. The center will support research and education in developing, clarifying and refining the understanding of modifiable risk factors for illness.