North Oaks Cardiology Clinic offers a broad range of cardiovascular care services:
Our medical staff also includes Nurse Practitioners
Jean Genzale-Bertrand, APRN, ANP-C
Deborah Fogg, APRN, FNP
Charlie Shelton, APRN, FNP
By Niksad Abraham, MD, North Oaks Cardiology Clinic
and North Oaks Multispecialty Group
Picturing himself in his patient’s shoes gives Cardiologist Niksad “Nik” Abraham, MD, perspective on how to treat them. “I make it my priority to help patients fully understand their disease while guiding them through the course of their treatment,” he explains.
Strokes. Traumatic brain injuries. Motor vehicle accidents. Spinal cord or bone injuries. Amputations. It's impossible to plan ahead for unexpected emergencies like these.
Take control of your diabetes. Whether you were born with diabetes or recently diagnosed, the North Oaks Diabetes Education program can help you manage your disease and change your life.
Regular check-ups & screenings are important. They can help find problems before they start.
North Oaks proudly participates as a provider in most health plans, traditional indemnity insurances, Medicare and Medicaid. View the full list
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North Oaks Health System is one of Louisiana’s largest and most progressive community hospital organizations and is strategically based between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. For more than 50 years, we have made it our mission to optimize the health care experience through compassion and innovation. Facilities in Tangipahoa and Livingston Parishes include an acute care hospital, a rehabilitation hospital, two outpatient diagnostic & treatment centers, an outpatient surgery center, two outpatient rehabilitation clinics, a hospice agency and a growing physician group for primary and specialty care.
15790 Paul Vega, MD, Drive
Hammond, LA 70403 | (985) 345-2700
North Oaks Health System and its wholly owned entities do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, limitations or age. North Oaks Health System and its wholly owned entities will take reasonable steps to ensure that persons with disabilities, including persons who are deaf, hard of hearing, or blind, or who have other sensory or manual impairments, or Limited English Proficiency (LEP) have meaningful access and an equal opportunity to participate in our services, activities, programs and other benefits.
Patients and their families will be informed of the availability of such assistance free of charge, and all necessary auxiliary aids and services shall be provided without cost to the person being served.