“Doc Griggs” is the health and wellness awareness persona of Dr. Eric Griggs, a New Orleans-based Community Medicine Director and health educator who has dedicated his professional life to raising health and wellness awareness in the New Orleans community. Doc Griggs Continue reading
AHL Primary is set to open Monday March 13th. The phone number for AHL Primary Care is 504-226-2976. It will be open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm starting this Monday, March 13th. Patients can also register for Medicaid on site.
Monica Pedersen, APRN, CPNP, displays one of her many talents at the Kenner Clinic by painting the waiting and exam rooms. Monica has many years experience in pediatrics and is very excited to offer her services to Kenner! And did Continue reading
The #1 way to reduce the spread of germs and prevent community acquired infections and viruses! “WASH WASH WASH YOUR HANDS!” Cynthia Bartholomae, FNP hand-sanitizer-factsheet
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day – February 7 –observed each year on February 7 to increase HIV education, testing, community involvement, and treatment among black communities. In Lieu of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day we are offering Free Anonymous Continue reading
Tangipahoa Community Health Center held its 1st “Lunch and Learn” session this year. Sponsored by Amerigroup. During the session, the attendees asked questions and received healthy living tips while enjoying a light lunch.
South Broad Community Health Center, and Fit Nola have now partnered to give participants a $48 voucher redeemable for fresh fruits and vegetables for attending the Diabetes Education Classes. For patients and community members. More Information will be available soon. Continue reading
Being a patient of Access Health Louisiana (AHL) can help you save money each month on your prescription medications. AHL patients can purchase discounted drugs through the federal 340B program. This program allows uninsured and underinsured patients access to critical Continue reading
A multi-year Healthcare Access Initiative grant to Access Health Louisiana helps expand primary care services at the Woodworth Community Health Center. The Rapides Foundation’s initiatives are designed and carried out with one interconnected goal: improving the health of Central Louisiana residents. Continue reading