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Nearly 800,000 people in the United States will suffer from stroke this year, making it the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S., yet most cannot identify stroke symptoms or risk factors. Lakeview Regional Medical Center hopes to help change that during Stroke Awareness Month this May with the launch of its new Stroke Risk Profiler, an online assessment tool.
Lagniappe Transfer Center provides patients access to the care they need
Lakeview Regional Medical Center now offers emergency transfer services through collaboration with Lagniappe Transfer Center. Reinforcing Lakeview’s commitment to outlying areas, when a patient requires a higher level of care, Lagniappe Transfer Center will work with the patient’s facility to assure a seamless and timely transfer to our facility. This partnership provides the patient with the appropriate care they need, and their families have peace of mind knowing access to a higher level of care is quickly available.
The Radiology Department at Lakeview Regional Medical Center has been granted a three-year term of accreditation in Computed Tomography in the areas of Neurological CT, Body CT, Coronary Calcium Scoring, Coronary CTA, Sinus and Temporal Bone CT, and Vascular/Other CTA by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC)
April is nationally recognized as Child Abuse Prevention Month. On April 1, 2013 Pinwheels for Prevention popped up at Lakeview Regional Medical Center to help our community take an active role in promoting healthy child development to prevent child abuse and neglect.
Lakeview Regional Medical Center is proud to announce that Dr. Chad Muntan, Director of Lakeview Regional’s Emergency Department, has been chosen as a Healthcare Hero for 2013. Started in 2007, Health Care Heroes honors 50 health care professionals in the New Orleans area in six categories: animal care, first responder, nurse, physician, professional and volunteer.
The Board of Trustees of Lakeview Regional Medical Center has announced that Bret Kolman, CPA, FACHE has been hired as the new Chief Executive Officer for the hospital. As CEO he will have executive responsibility for managing the daily operations of the 172-bed acute care hospital and its entities, as well as attaining and maintaining quality care and outcomes; physician, employee and patient satisfaction; volume growth; service; community commitment, and financial health.
Questions About A Fever At 3 Am? Is Ice Or Heat Better For A Sprain? Confused About The Directions On Your Prescription? Lakeview Regional Medical Center Launches Nurses On-call
Lakeview Regional Medical Center has recently launched Nurses On-Call, a free health information call center that can be accessed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling 985-867-3900 or toll free 866-452-5384. A team of experienced registered nurses provides a link to quality physicians and professional health advice, assists in making physician referrals or appointments, answers health related questions, and can simply provide information about a healthcare service.