Dr. DeVoe attended Indiana University School of Medicine, one of the top public medical schools in the country. Upon graduation, Dr. DeVoe accepted a position as a rotating intern at Tampa General Hospital and the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital in Tampa, Florida. As a rotating intern, Dr. DeVoe was responsible for critical care procedures involving acutely ill patients of all ages. Dr. DeVoe completed a three year pediatric residency where he served as the Chief Pediatric Resident during his third year.
Following residency, Dr. DeVoe served as a pediatrician at the prestigious White Wilson Clinic. He later joined the University of South Florida to assume the position of Director of Pediatric Outpatient Clinics. At USF, Dr. DeVoe supervised delivery of pediatric care to the public, taught general pediatric medicine at the USF Medical School, and conducted clinical research.
While at USF, Dr. DeVoe won a National Institutes of Health grant for an allergy, immunology, and pulmonary medicine fellowship at Duke University. Dr. DeVoe transferred from USF to Duke University where he worked with preeminent scholars and laboratories in the fields of immuno-deficiency disease, asthma, atopic dermatitis, and food allergy. Dr. DeVoe co-authored two papers on successful management of bone marrow transplantation in immuno-deficient patients. While at Duke, Dr. DeVoe continued to teach medical students, consulted on hospitalized patients, and cared for children with allergy, asthma and other pulmonary disease in the Duke Outpatient Clinics.
Dr. DeVoe returned to USF to head the Department of Pediatrics Section of Allergy and Immunology. Dr. DeVoe continued his teaching duties and established an immunology lab to assess the immune status of children that had repeated or unusual infection. Dr. DeVoe demonstrated through his research why children with HIV disease benefited from gamma globulin treatment when these children could not develop an immune response to novel antigens. Dr. DeVoe advocated the use of new therapies to decrease hospitalizations from immunologic conditions such as asthma and allergy.
Dr. DeVoe left USF to establish a private practice delivering asthma and allergy care to patients in Brevard County. Dr. DeVoe treats patients of all ages for immunologic conditions such as asthma, allergy, rashes, eczema, hives, chronic infections, chronic cough, sinus problems and reactions to medicine, food, and insect stings.
• American Board of Allergy and Immunology, Diplomate
• American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, Fellow
• American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, Member
• Florida Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Society, Member
• Florida Medical Association, Member
• Emeritus staff member of Holmes Regional Medical Center
Dr. DeVoe is experienced in internal medicine and pediatrics and specializes in allergy and immunology. Dr. DeVoe is recognized as a board certified expert in allergy and immunology.
Phillip W. DeVoe, M.D.
Did You Know?
Dr. DeVoe has established an on-site, in-house laboratory that is fully licensed by the Agency for Health Care Administration and that is operated in accordance with best practices promulgated by American Board of Allergy and Immunology. Our in-house laboratory enables us to give you immediate results for certain allergy-related lab tests and to prepare pharmacologic therapies for your treatment and care. We take the extra step because your health is our top priority!