Ochsner In The News

Ochsner Midwives are New Option for Women

Karen Cullen and Lillian Funke, Certified Nurse Midwives, discuss the new midwifery program at the North Shore campus.

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First Iliac Artery Branched Graft

Charles Sternbergh, III, MD, Section Head, Vascular & Endovascular Surgery, implants the first iliac artery branched graft.

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Training and Connecting New Orleans Residents to a Career Path in Healthcare

Jasmane Johnson shares her experiences with the MA Now program, a collaboration between Ochsner Health System, Delgado Community College and New Orleans Works (NOW).

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Ochsner Selected Top Hospital for Patient Safety

Ochsner Medical Center- Baton Rouge was selected as a top hospital for patient safety.

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Fawad A. Khan, MD Discusses Migraines

Fawad A. Khan, MD, Neurology, Ochnser Neuroscience Institute, discusses migraines.

Ochsner Cancer Institute Considers Expanding Treatment Program into Latin America

Rodney Landreneau, MD, Director and V.P. Chairman, Surgery for Cancer Services, discusses the possibility of expanding the mesothelioma treatment program to Latin America.

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Ochsner Physician Receives Top Designation

Christopher White, MD, System Chair of Cardiovascular Disease, has been named to the inaugural class of Master Fellows of the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions.

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What Do I Need to Know About Low Testosterone?

Eric Laborde, MD, Urologist and Director of the Men's Health Clinic, Ochsner Medical Center, discusses low testosterone in men.

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Swimming Lessons a Good Start for Summer

Ryan Wolfort, MD, Emergency Room Director, Ochsner St. Anne, provides tips for pool safety.

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Ochsner’s Telestroke Program Reaches 3,000th Consult in Less Than Five Years

Ochsner's Telestroke Program reaches their 3,000th consult in less than five years.

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