Dr. Falon Brown graduated magna cum laud from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor of Science in both Chemistry and Biological sciences. During her undergraduate studies she attended night classes to become an Emergency Medical Technician- Basic. After graduating a semester early, she took the
opportunity to gain some medical experience working as an EMT as well as a part time ER technician. She then attended medical school at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia.
Following medical school, Dr. Brown moved to New Orleans where she completed a three-year internal medicine residency with a concentration in hospital medicine at Louisiana State University. While there she published an update on Ischemic Stroke in the Journal of the Louisiana State University Medical
Society. During her tenure at LSU, she was voted resident of the year by the staff and hospital administration for University Medical Center- New Orleans with Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, as well as resident of the year for the Department of Internal Medicine. After graduation, she
practiced as a hospitalist for Apogee Physicians at Touro Infirmary, a community-based hospital in the heart of New Orleans.
Dr. Brown enjoys spending time with her family and pups whenever possible. She has two nieces—Sailor Rayne and Vivien Rose— and two Yorkshire terriers—Cha-Cha and Macie Grace. Her hobbies include traveling, listening to books on tape while jogging, yoga and cooking. During her career as a dermatology
resident, she has published several articles on the topics of pityriasis rubra pilaris, Löfgren syndrome, idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis, piezogenic pedal papules, imiquimod and pyogenic granuloma. She describes her time at Sampson Regional Medical Center as an absolute pleasure and says the friendliness
of the community reminds her of home. “The patients are down to Earth, kind and grateful which makes coming to work each day a dream come true,” says Dr. Brown.