Springtime brings beautiful weather and outdoor activities, but can also bring on some eye concerns.
This Mother's Day, make the promise to yourself and your loved ones to have your mammogram.
The North Oaks Sports Medicine team has recognized Bailey Lee, Steven Liuzza, Tyler Pigott and Lauren Thompson as “Student-Athletes of the Month.”
The Tangipahoa Parish Council has voted to appoint Ann Carruth, DNS, RN, and Joycelyn M. Lee, R.Ph., a retired licensed pharmacist, to each serve a 6-year term on the North Oaks Health System Board of Commissioners. Ms. Lee will replace Guy Recotta Jr., whose term expires at the end of May 2014.
Both appointments were voted upon at the Parish Council’s March 24 meeting and will become effective June 1, 2014.
Telemetry Unit West Staff Nurse Jason, RN, has been honored with the North Oaks Health System Nurse Excellence Award for January 2014.
Spring is here! While you are out enjoying beautiful weather and outdoor activities, remember to take care of your eyes and keep them healthy.
The North Oaks Health System Board of Commissioners has named A.J. Bodker and Ann Carruth, DNS, RN as officers for 2014. Bodker leads the Board as Chairman with Carruth as Vice Chairman.
Information Technology Revenue Cycle Applications Manager Amanda has been honored with the North Oaks Health System Employee of the Month Award for February 2014.
Ear, Nose and Throat Physician Nancy Mellin, MD, has earned certification in Sleep Medicine through the American Board of Otolaryngology (ABOto).
Colorectal cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in the U.S. The good news is that when caught early, colorectal cancer can be cured.
If you are having trouble sleeping, learn about the latest news in sleep apnea treatment at a free meeting on Wednesday, April 9.
The North Oaks Sports Medicine team is cheering for D’Antonio Daigre, Thomas Shepard, Cameron Tate and Taylin Underwood as “Student-Athletes of the Month.”
The Digital Mammography Departments at North Oaks Diagnostic Center in Hammond and North Oaks-Livingston Parish Medical Complex in Satsuma have earned a 3-year Gold Seal of Accreditation from the American College of Radiology (ACR).
Sybil Paulson, Senior Vice President/Rehabilitation Hospital Administrator was a guest on KSLU 90.9 FM's "Point of View" and talked with host Rosa Dunn about how to choose a rehabilitation facility for your loved one.
North Oaks Cardiology Clinic Practice Administrator Becki has been honored with the North Oaks Health System Employee of the Month Award for January 2014. Becki joined North Oaks in November 2008 in her current position.
North Oaks Medicine Unit 2 Charge Nurse Scott, RN, has been honored with the North Oaks Health System Nurse Excellence Award for November 2013.
North Oaks Health System and the March of Dimes are partnering together to help improve the health of babies by supporting efforts to prevent premature birth, birth defects and infant mortality. North Oaks is serving as the Presenting Sponsor for this year’s March for Babies campaign.
Hammond Pulmonologist Katherine St. Amant, MD, has joined North Oaks Physician Group effective Feb. 17, 2014. She will practice with Dr. Arvind Yertha at North Oaks Pulmonology Clinic.
Joint pain does not have to control your life.
Learn about common causes and the latest joint paint treatment options from Orthopaedic Surgeon Robert T. McAfee, MD, on Thursday, March 13 from 6-7 p.m. The free evening seminar will take place in the Conference Center at North Oaks-Livingston Parish Medical Complex, 17199 Spring Ranch Road at I-12 Exit 19 Colyell/Satsuma.
Learn how whole grain foods can help manage diabetes at the next North Oaks Diabetes Support Group meeting on Wednesday, March 5, 2014. North Oaks Dietetic Intern Bryan Delchamps will lead the meeting from 3-4 p.m. in the E. Brent Dufreche Conference Center in Hammond.
The North Oaks Sports Medicine team has chosen Bobbi Amar, Keenan Austin, Marshall Graves and Samara Scott as “Student-Athletes of the Month” for December 2013.
Treating your balance or dizziness is often difficult. We can help you find the source of the problem and understand what is causing your symptoms. Our therapists can help you through exercises to improve balance, posture control, coordination and fitness level.
No matter where North Oaks Nurses find themselves, their calling to help others is strong.
Ideal Protein, a medically-developed weight loss program that can help you make smarter eating choices and keep the pounds off, will be introduced at community seminars on Thursday, Feb. 13 at registered participants’ choice of 12 p.m. or 6 p.m.