Ochsner Health is a system that delivers health to the people of Louisiana, Mississippi and the Gulf South with a mission to Serve, Heal, Lead, Educate and Innovate.
Three doctors from the largest health care system in Louisiana, including a pregnancy care physician who gave birth to a healthy baby after being vaccinated late in her pregnancy, cited medical data and personal experience Friday as they sought to persuade more people to get vaccinated against COVID-19.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON US News & World Report
"We're seeing a lot more pregnant women who don't have other medical problems, which is in stark contrast to the first few surges of COVID," Dr. Jane Martin, a maternal fetal medicine fellow at the Ochsner Baptist hospital in New Orleans, said during a Friday media briefing.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Newsweek
According to the Louisiana High School Athletic Association, “Ochsner will be the title sponsor for all 21 of LHSAA’s annual championship events, provide healthcare training and education for LHSAA member programs, and develop curriculum support for student athletes interested in pursuing careers in healthcare and sports medicine.”VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON WGNO
The program will provide 200 scholarships to students across the state. Dedicated to growing the pipeline of nursing and allied health professionals in Louisiana, this scholarship program is a key component of Ochsner’s 10-year vision to transform Louisiana into a healthier state by 2030.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Biz New Orleans
Glen worked as a med tech for 42 years, with 15 of those years being with Ochsner. Glen and Michael worked alongside each other at St. Charles Parish Hospital for four years.
VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON St. Charles Herald Guide
Monday marked one year since Ochsner St. Mary staff members became employees of Ochsner Health. Since then, the hospital said in a press release, Ochsner has been working hard to improve the quality of life for Ochsner St. Mary employees and the patients they serve.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON St. Mary Now
On February 27, 2020, an Ochsner doctor called saying they’ve found a liver for John. This liver, while healthy, was infected with Hepatitis C.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON WVUE
With temperatures across Louisiana facing triple digits, the American Heart Association urges people to take extra steps to protect their hearts.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON CenLaNow
Most of those being admitted to Ochsner hospitals are unvaccinated. Thomas said 97% of the hospitalized COVID-19 patients over the last two months have not been vaccinated.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Shreveport Times