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North Oaks Primary Care Clinic in Independence Expands Staff and Services to Care for Patients from Birth to Senior Adulthood

North Oaks Primary Care Clinic of Independence has expanded staff and services to offer health care for patients of all ages, from birth to senior adulthood. New patients are welcome. To schedule an appointment, please call (985) 878-4174 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekdays. The clinic is located at 230 Masonic Drive in the heart of the Town of Independence.

Family Nurse Practitioner Rebecca Haase, APRN, FNP, has joined her husband, Dr. Anthony Haase III, an Internal Medicine Physician and Pediatrician, in practice at the Independence-based clinic. The Haase’s specialize in wellness check-ups, vaccinations, treatment for common illnesses and injuries, and management of complex health concerns for entire families (newborns to senior adults and everyone in between).

The Haase’s are raising their own family in nearby Loranger. “It’s a privilege for us to care for our neighbors and friends,” Dr. Haase explains. “There is no equal to these relationships.”

A self-described “local boy” who moved to Loranger with his family as a teenager, Dr. Haase made a promise to come back and serve his community after medical school. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Southeastern Louisiana University in Biological Sciences/Chemistry before earning his medical degree from Louisiana State University (LSU) School of Medicine in New Orleans. He completed his internship and residency through the LSU Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Program in New Orleans.

With an extensive background in critical care nursing, Mrs. Haase earned a bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Wichita State University in Kansas and recently earned an Advanced Nursing Practice master’s degree from Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond.