Dr. Lynne Thibodeau grew up in Northern Virginia and graduated from NVCC with an Associates degree in Applied Sciences, graduating Summa Cum Laude. She worked as a licensed veterinary technician and was the head technician at The Emergency Veterinary of Northern Virginia (now known as The HOPE Center) for several years before attending veterinary school. She graduated from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 1992 in the top 10% of her class.
After graduating from Veterinary school, Dr. Thibodeau returned to Northern Virginia and practiced small animal medicine. She was also an Adjunct professor at NVCC where she taught Parasitology in the Veterinary Technician program. Her husbands job brought them to Tennessee in 1995 and Georgia in 1998 where she continued to practice small animal medicine.
The Thibodeau family returned to Virginia in 2000 and she worked part time while her children were young. Dr. Thibodeau has been working at AMC Cascades since 2014. She enjoys geriatric medicine and internal medicine.
Outside of work, you can find Dr. Thibodeau at one of her children’s sporting events. She currently has 2 children playing collegiate sports, and 2 children playing high school varsity sports. She enjoys cooking and eating. Her pets include one dog, Trixie, and 3 cats – Toby, Martini, and Pickle.