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Lakeview Regional Medical Center is hosting an education series on Thursday, Nov. 6, for employees, physicians, volunteers and general public, which we are calling "Lakeview Lunch and Learns."
Dr. Mark Knower, pulmonology, presents: "Breathe Easy: Not All That Wheezes Is COPD."
What you will learn: COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is a term that actually describes many conditions including emphysema, chronic bronchitis and asthma. Do you have COPD? What now?
Who should attend: Anyone whose breathlessness, frequent coughing, wheezing and/or tightness in chest affects their quality of life. Anyone who struggles with repeat hospitalizations due to COPD. Anyone wanting more information on how they can get better control of their condition.
Come join us at the 2014 Professional Women of St. Tammany Holiday Bazaar hosted by the Volunteer Auxiliary at Lakeview Regional Medical Center . As one of the largest employers on the North Shore, LRMC feels this will be an effective venue to educate our employees, volunteers, and members of Professional Women of St. Tammany. This holiday bazaar will also give you the opportunity to shop and learn about local businesses, the public is invited. We are excited to have you come to this event and look forward to having some fun, camaraderie, and supporting local businesses as we bring in the Holiday Season!
Lakeview Regional Medical Center is proud to announce the addition of Dr. George J. Smith, MD, a physician practicing Interventional Cardiology and specializing in coronary and peripheral interventions. He has 26 years of clinical and interventional cardiology experience, including experience with two cardiac transplant centers. Dr. Smith trained with the originator of thrombolytic therapy in acute myocardial infarction in New York City, and pioneered the development of coronary directional, rotational and laser atherectomy, as well as coronary and peripheral stenting in the Mid-South.
Patients can now view their allergies, conditions, discharge summaries, hospital visit histories, lab results, medications, medication instructions, lab results, radiology reports and upcoming appointments from anywhere with internet access. Patients can also download and print this information so it is readily available for scheduled appointments, referral visits or when supporting a loved one’s care.