Stephen Bolduc

"I joined the CHKD Medical Group 15 years ago. I am proud and honored to be associated with one of the finest children’s hospitals on the east coast. My patients have been very happy and the hospital's support on the Peninsula has been second to none."

Dr. Stephen Bolduc

(757) 668-6300

Board Certifications

American Board of Pediatrics


Medical School: Medical College of Ohio

Residency: University of Rochester

Fellowship: University of Arizona


Dr. Bolduc believes children and adolescents are the future of the world and that we must prioritize their health and well-being. His goal is to help guide, educate and support the parent and their children from infancy to adolescence.

He believes one of the most important interventions one can do for the health of their child is to breastfeed them. Since 1985, Dr. Bolduc has employed a lactation consultant to help families achieve that goal.

He completed his residency and was sent by the United States Air Force to Langley AFB in Hampton, VA. Upon leaving the Air Force he started his own practice which has now grown to six physicians. Recently, Dr. Bolduc completed a fellowship in Integrative Medicine at University of Arizona. With this additional training he is better able to support families with up-to-date counseling on nutrition, stress reduction, exercise and dealing with chronic medical problems.

Clinical Interests
  • Breastfeeding
  • Prenatal health
  • Wellness
  • Nutrition
  • Asthma
  • Sports medicine
  • School health
  • Chronic medical problems
Honors & Awards
  • Clinical Instructor for EVMS
  • Operation Smile
  • American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Sports Medicine
  • Virginia Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Sports Medicine
  • Chief of Pediatrics Riverside Hospital
  • Chief of Pediatrics Mary Immaculate Hospital
Community Involvement and Memberships
American Academy of Pediatrics
Operation Smile travel to China, Paraguay

American Academy of Pediatrics; Committee on Sports Medicine and Fitness and Committee on School Health. Organized sports for children and preadolescents. Pediatrics. 2001 Jun;107(6):1459-62.

American Academy of Pediatrics; Committee on Sports Medicine and Fitness and Committee on Injury and Poison Prevention. Swimming programs for infants and toddlers. Pediatrics. 2000 Apr;105(4 Pt 1):868-70.

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