The Vaping Epidemic: How bad is it, and what can we do about it ?

On Monday, November 18th at 6:30 PM Dr. Suzanne Graves will educate the community on the vaping epidemic and discuss her work to get an anti-vaping campaign started with a goal of preventing and stopping at risk youth from starting vaping.

Suzanne Graves is a one of the Senior Physicians with Garden City Pediatrics in Beverly. She is an active member of the Medical Staff at Beverly Hospital. Suzanne is also the President of the Evelyn Lilly Lutz Foundation. This non-profit organization is a supporting organization for Beverly Hospital. The mission of the Foundation is to encourage and support educational, healthcare and research initiatives and continuing education.

Suzanne Graves is a one of the Senior Physicians with Garden City Pediatrics in Beverly. Suzanne joined GCPA in the summer of 1993 after completing her Chief Residency in Pediatrics at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. Suzanne enjoys a busy practice that now includes many second-generation patients allowing for extended continuity of care.

She is an active member of the Medical Staff at Beverly Hospital. Suzanne is also the President of the Evelyn Lilly Lutz Foundation. This non-profit organization is a supporting organization for Beverly Hospital. The mission of the Foundation is to encourage and support educational, healthcare and research initiatives and continuing education. In her role as President, she has worked to get an anti-vaping campaign started with a goal of preventing and stopping at risk youth from starting vaping.

Suzanne lives with her husband, John in Manchester, Massachusetts and has three children, Matthew, Nathan and Margaret. She enjoys horse riding, skiing, long distance walking, knitting, scrapbooking and reading in her spare time.