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Under the direction of Mark Keiser, President and CEO, Access Health Louisiana was founded for one purpose: to create access to better health care for those who need it most in his local community and state. A thriving nonprofit network of more than 20 clinical sites in southern Louisiana, Access Health Louisiana brings quality, convenient primary care to communities and people who have difficulty accessing health care. Working together, the AHL team offers comprehensive medical, behavioral and dental health care to individuals and families in Greater New Orleans and beyond.

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As a member of our team, you will enjoy a comprehensive and competitive benefits package that includes:

  • Health insurance

  • Dental and Vision insurance

  • Life and AD&D insurance

  • Short-term and long-term disability

  • 403b Retirement plan with a 4% company match

  • Paid Time Off and paid holidays

  • Employee Assistance Program

  • Credit union membership

  • Tuition Reimbursement Program

  • Student Loan Forgiveness Programs

  • Health Club membership reimbursement

  • Employee activities and discounts

 

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We strive for the highest levels of patient care every day.

 

 

Access Appreciation

 I go to The St Tammany Community Health Center in my area where I, as well as my kids, receive our health care needs. A few years ago, one of the lovely office workers asked if I had my mammogram done yet. I told her no and explained to her that I would probably start getting mammograms done when I reached 45 years of age. She went on and explained to me that they had a program for patients to receive free mammograms locally. I was told that they partnered with The Susan G. Komen Foundation and they provided vouchers for free mammograms.
 
 I am so happy I decided to take that offer because that very same year I was diagnosed with Granulomatous Lobular Mastitis. I would have never known if I hadn’t got that mammogram done which enabled the Radiologist to pick up on those abnormal findings. Since I got my mammogram done in October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness month, that subsequent year was very tough on me and my family. Having to have more diagnostic tests done and eventually needing surgery, I can’t help but to think if it wasn’t for Komen Foundation and that lovely office worker that my outcome would have been different.” 
 
M.M./St. Tammany Community Health Center- Slidell
Mica is one of the most caring people i’ve ever met. She goes above and beyond for my children. Thank You Mica. kca
Tangipahoa Community Health Center- Hammond

 

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