Ochsner Medical Center is located on Jefferson Highway, near Uptown New Orleans and includes acute and sub-acute facilities and centers of excellence: Ochsner Cancer Institute, Ochsner Multi-Organ Transplant Center and Ochsner Heart and Vascular Institute.
As a 767-bed acute care hospital, Ochsner Medical Center, Ochsner Medical Center offers the opportunity to learn and provide patient care at a Magnet recognized facility with three Centers of Excellence, all the while gaining exposure to complex medical cases. This campus is also one of six training sites in the world for robotic surgery and is nationally known for many skilled physicians.
Ochsner Baptist - A Campus of Ochsner Medical Center is fully accredited and staffed by more than 600 trusted, skilled physicians and specialists – many practicing at Ochsner Baptist for decades. Featuring all private, inpatient rooms, an intensive care unit, a state-of-the-art operating rooms and two cardiac catheterization labs, the hospital is located in the heart of New Orleans.
Ochsner Baptist is home to the Women's Pavilion, a state-of-the-art facility overlooking Uptown New Orleans. In addition, there is an on-site state-of-the-art imaging center and laser vision center distinguished by our quality care, excellence in specialty care and high patient satisfaction scores.
Our 24-hour, full-service emergency department at Ochsner Baptist means most patients will be seen by a doctor in 30-minutes or less. The 6,000 square foot emergency room is staffed by a team of board-certified ER physicians, offers two trauma rooms and 12 patient rooms and is equipped with specialized geriatric amenities for seniors.
Ochsner Baptist is home to a health center with physicians offices such as primary care, urology, orthopedics, back and spine services, pain management, and many more. We also provide convenient primary care services at our Mid-City Clinic with same-day and next-day appointments and accessible parking.
At the Ochsner Hospital for Children, from rare brain tumors and leukemia to heart conditions and organ transplants, we offer a level of pediatric care unmatched in Louisiana and more advanced capabilities than any other children’s hospital in New Orleans. Plus, our children’s-only ER is equipped to handle any pediatric emergency.
Southern Regional Medical Center d/b/a Leonard J. Chabert Medical Center is owned by Hospital Service District No. 1 of the Parish of Terrebonne, a political subdivision of the State of Louisiana, and managed by Ochsner Health System.
Leonard J. Chabert Medical Center (LJCMC) is a 156 bed licensed acute care facility accredited by the Joint Commission providing both primary and secondary levels of care. Inpatient and outpatient services include radiology, laboratory, emergency medicine, physical rehabilitation, pediatrics, oncology, pulmonary/critical care medicine, cardiology, urology, orthopedics, surgery, and psychiatric care. These services account for approximately 2,600 inpatient discharges, 248,000 outpatient tests and procedures, 122,000 clinic visits, and 34,500 emergency department encounters. LJCMC’s physician group South Louisiana Medical Associates (SLMA) is comprised of eighty-five providers including physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and nurse anesthetists. SLMA physicians span eighteen specialties providing clinic and hospital services.
With 640 physicians and more than 2,000 full-time staff, UMC has become a renowned care center for treating people with a wide variety of conditions. Our hospital houses the only Level 1 Trauma Center in the region, and our Cancer Center is accredited by the American College of Surgeons-Commission on Cancer. By offering the widest breadth of healthcare services, tools and experience, we’re helping our patients live their best lives.
Our partnerships with LSU Health New Orleans and Tulane University School of Medicine and other colleges and universities make UMC a leader in training the physicians and other health care professionals of tomorrow. Each year, our academic medical center trains more than 1000 residents, 1,200 nurses, 900 medical students, and nearly 400 other health care students and trainees. We are pioneers in helping patients get the best health care.
R Adams Cowley is considered the father of trauma care and gave the world the concept of the Golden Hour. The R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma is the nation's first and only integrated trauma hospital. We are dedicated to treating the severely injured and employ groundbreaking research and innovative medical procedures with one goal in mind -- saving lives.
Shock Trauma is proud to stand as a cornerstone of Maryland's EMS Trauma System. Every patient we touch is part of a web of life -- of hopes, fears, possibilities and dreams. For every heart that we keep beating, there are many others that we save from breaking.