Ochsner Health and St. Bernard Parish Hospital are providing first aid and technology resources to local residents, first responders and volunteers. Both an Ochsner Mobile Unit and Ochsner OBar Bus will be stationed at Patricia Park, 1809 Karl Drive in Arabi, from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. beginning Friday, March 25.
This year, UQ Ochsner Clinical School received a 98% match rate through the National Residency Match Program -- the highest rate in the history of the program, and one that far exceeds the national match rate for U.S. medical schools.
Building upon Ochsner’s award-winning sports medicine and orthopedic programs, Dr. Andrews will bring his expertise, research and education platform, newly launched as Andrews Medicine, to strengthen the best-in-class care for patients and athletes across Louisiana and Mississippi.
According to Becker’s Hospital Review, the 54 hospitals included on this list were compiled of the best hospitals for patient experience in the South using the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) scores from CMS.
Physicians and providers at Regional Urology will continue services at its existing locations, which include a clinic, surgery center and cancer treatment center on Bert Kouns Industrial Loop in Shreveport and clinics in Natchitoches and West Monroe, La.
Applications are now open for Ochsner’s second annual STEM Pathfinder Program – a healthcare career exploratory program for high school students featuring hands-on clinical skills training sessions, science labs, virtual hospital tours and professional development.