When your life gets hectic, Let us help you relax about one thing - your health. Louisiana Heart Hospital’s Medical Group primary care clinics offer same day appointments and locations with easy access throughout St. Tammany Parish. We provide medical care for families helping you stay healthy through preventive care, wellness and more.
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Louisiana Heart Medical Group Family Medicine physicians are your partners in maintaining good health and wellness. Our highly trained and caring physicians offer a wealth of knowledge and skill in many areas of healthcare. They provide basic healthcare services such as annual examinations, flu shots, and health screenings. They can also provide care for acute problems such as broken bones or chronic conditions including diabetes and high blood pressure. Regardless of your specific healthcare needs, our team of primary care physicians is here to help keep you and your family as healthy as possible.
Louisiana Heart Medical Group internists provide adult medicine services for patients 18 and up. Our internists are equipped to treat whatever medical condition you have -- no matter how common or rare, or how simple or complex. They are specially trained to solve puzzling diagnostic problems and can handle severe chronic illnesses and situations where several different illnesses strike at the same time. Commonly known as “internists”, internal medicine physicians specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of many types of adult diseases and medical conditions. Much like family practitioners, internists also focus on preventive medicine and maintaining your overall wellness.
If a health condition requires care from a specialist, your primary care physician will guide you and coordinate your care. Specialists in the Louisiana Heart Medical Group include cardiologists, general surgeons, orthopedic surgeons, vascular Surgeons, cardiothoracic surgeons, and psychiatrists. Our specialists will work closely with your primary care physician to treat a particular organ or disease.