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.
Ochsner earned a 4.5 out of 5 stars on a scored list of 1,000 companies that most respect and value having different kinds of people.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Shreveport Times
As he settles into his new role, November is trying to manage Ochsner's growth while keeping a lid on rising health care costs, addressing worker shortages and continuing to develop wellness and other care facilities around the Gulf South.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Nola.com
The two institutions plan to govern the college with a board of directors, with each appointing an equal number of leaders. The newly formed nonprofit corporation will use facilities, personnel and administrative processes of both entities, according to a Jan. 17 news release posted to Ochsner Health's website.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Becker's Hospital Review
This marks Ochsner's first time partnering in the operation of a medical school. The health system with more than 36,000 employees and nearly 5,000 physicians already has long-standing ties to Xavier, through the university's College of Pharmacy and a physicians assistant program that graduated its first class last May.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Nola.com
David Houghton, MD, system chair for telemedicine and chief of movement and memory disorders at New Orleans-based Ochsner Health will join The American Medical Association's Digital Medicine Payment Advisory Group.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Becker's Hospital Review
He's been giving blood in one form or another for decades, and now, he's getting special recognition. Adams recently was honored as the Blood Center's first "golden" donor, having given a whopping 50 gallons of blood.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Nola.com
While Mr. Hamlin benefitted from the world-class medical care provided by the Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals and National Football League, that kind of quick, life-saving action should be available to anyone, anywhere. And with Project ADAM, it can be.
Project ADAM is a nationwide initiative that has saved the lives of more than 200 children, adolescents and adults who went into sudden cardiac arrest.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Biz New Orleans
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends breastfeeding infants for the first six months of age. It cites health benefits for both mother and child as well as a heightened bond between the two.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON BR Proud
New Orleans-based Ochsner Health's supply company, SafeSource Direct, manufactured 1.5 million shoe covers for an HHS agency one month ahead of schedule.
In its first shipment, the supplier fulfilled 30 percent more of the Indian Health Service's order, or a total of 1.25 million shoe covers, than was required, according to a Jan. 5 news release from SafeSource Direct.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Becker's Hospital Review
Ochsner Baton Rouge recently welcomed new medical staff members.VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON Healthcare Journal Baton Rouge