Our Lady of the Lake
The Ribbon Cutting on the first emergency room located in Livingston Parish. Patient use has exceeded the original projections and expectations considered when the facility decided to locate on this 170 plus acre location in Walker.
North Oaks Health System
North Oaks Health System opened their new two-story, 47,000-square-foot medical complex in January 2011. The complex occupies 30 acres and is located just south of I-12 at the Satsuma-Colyell interchange. It includes: a 24-hour urgent care center, a family medicine clinic, a specialty clinic, an outpatient diagnostic and treatment center and a community conference room. The diagnostic and treatment center offers cardiology, radiology, rehabilitation, and laboratory services for outpatient blood work. It also includes cardiology, radiology and rehabilitation services. The North Oaks Medical Center in Hammond is the nearest full service hospital for residents of eastern Livingston Parish.
On the web: www.northoaks.org.
Our Lady of the Lake Medical System
Our Lady of the Lake Livingston, a 140,000 square foot medical complex is located just south of I-12 at the Walker exit. The complex offers a free-standing Emergency Room open 24 hours a day and staffed by emergency physicians and nurses for the treatment of urgent and emergent medical conditions. If a patient has to be admitted to a hospital, they will be transported by ambulance. In addition to emergency services, Our Lady of the Lake Livingston’s campus also includes outpatient services such as a lab; imaging services such as CT, ultrasound, digital X-ray, Mammography, Dexa Bone Density and MRI; a retail, onsite pharmacy; and physician offices. Primary care doctors and many specialists such as cardiology, orthopedics, ear nose and throat, eye specialists, allergists, vascular specialists, urology and pain management doctors occupy the onsite physician office space. The 236-acre site also includes a 50-60 acre lake.
Our Lady of the Lake Livingston is a division of Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center in Baton Rouge.
On the web: www.ololrmc.com/livingston.
Ochsner Health System
Ochsner provides healthcare to Livingston Parish residents via a major clinic and hospital just across the parish line, off O’Neal Lane, and via community clinics within Livingston Parish. The clinic offers appointments with specialists and family practitioners and a complete array of diagnostic tests. Ochsner Medical Center is a full service hospital including a maternity wing. It is the hospital nearest to residents of western Livingston Parish.
On the web: www.ochsner.org.
AMG Specialty Hospital of Denham Springs
Long Term Acute Care of Denham Springs provides state-of-the-art wound care and is the only wound care clinic in Livingston Parish. A specialized hospital that provides an intermediate level of care to those patients who are stable enough to be discharged from a regular hospital but not well enough to go home, to a nursing home or to a rehab hospital. Acute care provides daily nursing care, visits by physicians and other services.
On the web: www.amgdenham.com
Southeast Community Health Systems
Southeast Community Health Systems provides comprehensive, primary and preventative healthcare and strives to improve the health and wellness of the patients served. Services are available to everyone regardless of ability to pay. Sliding scale is offered to patients based on income. Department of Child and Family Services can assist families in applying for Food Stamps, Child Care Assistance, Kinship Care Subsidy, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance and Family and Dependence Temporary Assistance. Southeast Community Health Systems is accredited by the Joint Commission.
On the web: www.shchc.org