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Ingrid Buffonge
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Dr. Ingrid A. Buffonge
Former Member of Parliament, Montserrat

Ingrid Buffonge is a politician and a current Member of Parliament in Montserrat.

Early life and education

Ingrid Buffonge studied medicine at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, graduating in 1999. She has had extensive training in Emergency Medicine including Mass Casualty Management.

Career

Buffonge is a medical a doctor at the Glendon Hospital.

Buffonge successfully contested the 2014 general election for the People's Democratic Movement (PDM). She however resigned from the PDM on 18 September 2015, and continued to sit in the Legislative Assembly as an Independent.

She failed in her bid to be re-elected as an Independent in the 18 November 2019 general election.

Personal life

Buffonge is the mother of four children – Isis, Osiris, Joshua, and Ocean.

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Occupation Politician, Medical Doctor
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Place of Birth Montserrat
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Notable Accomplishments
Member of Parliament, Montserrat: 12 September 2014 - 18 November 2019
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