- Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine
- Adolescent, Adult, Preventive, Geriatric medicine
- Medical education
- Laval University Medical School, Quebec, Canada
- Laval University Hospital Center (Quebec Canada)
- Family Medicine (Board Certified in Canada & Us)
Helene Dumont, MD is a native of Quebec City, Canada. After earning an undergraduate degree in education, she graduated from Laval University Medical School in Quebec. She then completed a residency and obtained Canadian board certification in family medicine.
Dr. Dumont practiced medicine for 7 years in Quebec, caring for patients of all ages. She provided prenatal, preventive, urgent, and palliative care and visited home-bound patients. During that time, she was elected chief of the department of the 14 physician clinic where she worked. She was also invited to speak at the annual conference of the College of Physicians of Quebec about the role and challenges of primary care. She participated in writing an issue of a medical journal (le Medecin du Quebec) on menopause.
While she was practicing in Quebec, Dr. Dumont also worked for the Medical Education Office of Laval University Medical School where she taught students and physicians and worked on the development and modification of the medical students’ curriculum.
Dr. Dumont moved to the United States in 1999 with her American husband. Since then, she has been working as a primary care physician at Cameron Medical Group (now a division of GWU MFA) and caring for adults of all ages and adolescents. She was an assistant clinical professor of medicine for several years at George Washington University School of Medicine.
Dr. Dumont is fluent in French and English.