About Us

Our Goal

Our goal is to provide a safe, complete way to protect your business or hospital from resistant infections, which could compromise patient care and health.

 

Our Story

The Halo-to-Geaux team consists of health care and veterinary care team members that have seen the benefit of the halo fogger in clinical practice.  Through HTG, we are able to share the technology and service with the Baton Rouge area. The HTG team welcomes the chance to make your hospital or facility a safe, clean environment fro your patients, staff and clients.

veterinarian_suzie_boucher-1Dr. Suzie Boucher

Owner

Dr. Suzanne Boucher, owner of Halo-to-Geaux, moved around a lot growing up. She is a self titled “Air Force brat” and has lived all over the country. She earned her prerequisites for veterinary school at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. She attended Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 1989. After graduation, she joined the Army and worked for two years in Baltimore during Desert Storm doing chemical warfare research as a veterinarian. She then moved back to Louisiana and opened Azalea Lakes Veterinary Clinic. From humble beginnings, it has grown over the years into a thriving five doctor practice. Her favorite part of veterinary medicine is surgery and she will work on any animal of any species that is in need of her services.  Dr. Suzie is married and has 6 children including triplets. She has 12 horses and one on the way. She also has a Papillion named Lady.

When not at the clinic she is usually making donuts down the street at her bakery Fleur de Lis Donuts.  Her favorite vacation destination is the beach.

 

jenny-cassibry-fisherJenny Fisher

Manager

Business owner: Veterinary Oncology Technical Consultant, LLC

Employer: Baton Rouge Community College, Veterinary technology Program, Clinical Coordinator; Practivet; Azalea Lakes Vet Clinic

Mrs. Fisher is one of 19 board certified veterinary oncology nurses in the world, with the AIMVT academy. Jenny spent 14 years as the head oncology nurse at LSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital, where she worked in the clinic as a medical and radiation oncology technician. Her teaching credentials include teaching senior veterinary students about chemotherapy safety and administration as well as cytology. She also lectured to veterinary technician students at Delgado University in New Orleans and was the clinical coordinator for the Baton Rouge Community College veterinary technology program. Her lectures have covered clinically relevant topics including animal restraint, oncology overview, lymph node cytology, closed system transfer devices, chemotherapy safety, nursing management of acute radiation toxicity and many more. Her main clinical interests include practicing and teaching safety in chemotherapy administration, radiation therapy, and integrative medicine. Jenny has spent time at multiple universities and private practices as an oncology consultant for veterinary team professionals and as a relief technician.  She serves as a technical consultant for Practivet, an animal health company. Recently, she also started her own education company, Veterinary Oncology Technical Consultants, LLC. Jenny was the recipient of the 2008 Susan Weeks nursing excellence award from LSU-VTH. Jenny lives in Baton Rouge with her husband, stepdaughter, and a menagerie of pets.

 

kennel_patsy_scavone__matilda1Patsy Scavone

Sales and Service

Patsy graduated from Louisiana State University in 2009 with a B.S. in Animal Science.  When she’s not working with animals at the clinic, she is usually horseback riding and tending to her own animals, which include the horses, dogs, cats, ducks, chickens, goats, and pot-bellied pigs. Patsy enjoys the outdoor life and if she does get to get away, it’s always to the beach!

 

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Susan Miller

Sales and Service

Susan started out as a receptionist, but has worked as a veterinary technician for many years. She graduated with a BS from John A. Logan College as well as Banfield Paraprofessional Academy. At home Susan has 2 dogs, Tina the Border Collie mix and Sheila the Australian Shepherd. In addition to the veterinary field, she also bakes and decorates cakes. In her spare time she likes to hang out at the beach and go to the spa.