New Medicaid Expansion Coverage for Louisiana
Thanks to Healthy Louisiana, more residents can get Medicaid coverage than ever before. It’s the state’s new expansion program—open to adults without children and many others. There are three ways to get covered beginning June 1: 1. Online at www.healthy.la.gov, 2. Via phone at 1-800-342-6207 or 3. In person at a participating application center like Daughters of Charity Health Centers.
To get help applying or to learn more about your choices, stop by one of our nine (9) health centers or call (504) 207-3060.
Kenner Peds Practice Relocates to Williams Blvd.,
Adds New Provider and Adult Med
We’re excited to announce that beginning Monday, April 18 our Kenner Pediatrics practice began offering services at 3715 Williams Blvd., Suite 220, Kenner, LA 70065. Our final day of service in the Florida St. location was Tuesday, April 12. In addition, Sophia Thomas, MN, APRN, FNP-BC, PPCNP-BC, FNAP, FAANP began practicing at the new Kenner location Monday, April 25. We are honored to have her and her team join our growing practice.
The new Kenner location offers greater access to primary and preventive care for the entire family – children, adults and seniors – under one roof. Our friendly staff is standing-by to help you schedule your next appointment at our Williams Blvd. location. Call (504) 468-4437 to schedule an appointment today!
Mayor Landrieu Receives Inspired Cross Award
at DCFNO's 5th Annual Gala
The Honorable Mitchell J. Landrieu, Mayor of the City of New Orleans, was awarded the Inspired Cross Award at the Daughters of Charity Foundation of New Orleans' fifth annual “Keeping Our Promises” Gala Saturday, April 16, 2016 at Messina’s at the Terminal.
Pres/CEO Selected as UNCF NAC "Hall of Honor"
Michael G. Griffin, president and CEO of Daughters of Charity Health Centers and Dillard University alum, received the UNCF’s National Alumni Council (NAC) Hall of Honor Award during the philanthropic organization’s Legacy Award Gala in New Orleans recently. Recipients are selected for this prestigious honor by their respective UNCF alma maters based on their contributions to the institution, their professions and the community.
Join Our Krewe - The Krewe of Hotel Dieu!
• Born at Hotel Dieu Hospital?
• An employee at Hotel Dieu or DePaul Hospital?
• Taught by a Daughter of Charity at Hotel Dieu School of Nursing?
• Touched by the special care you or someone you know received at Hotel Dieu or DePaul Hospital?
If you answered YES to any of the above questions, we want YOU to join our Krewe!
The Daughters of Charity founded Hotel Dieu Hospital in 1859 as a way to provide private, faith-based health care to all segments of our community. Throughout the next century, the hospital became a staple in New Orleans and served as the birth and healing place for thousands of New Orleanians.
Realizing a great need for medical services at the community level, Daughters of Charity National Health System (now Ascension Health) shifted its focus in the New Orleans market from acute care to primary care and prevention and established Daughters of Charity Services of New Orleans (DCSNO) in 1996. One thing has remained constant: the Daughters' unending commitment to providing high-quality health care to all, especially those who are struggling.
As we celebrate the Daughters’ 184th year of providing health care in New Orleans, DCSNO has created the Krewe of Hotel Dieu to gather stories about New Orleanians’ experiences at Hotel Dieu Hospital.
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU:
Like our Krewe of Hotel Dieu Facebook page
Share your stories and Hotel Dieu photos on the Facebook page
Share your stories and photos by emailing us
Join our special Krewe of Hotel Dieu mailing list here
Let the Daughters know how much Hotel Dieu is still a part of this community by joining our Krewe today!
Quality Health Care Coverage for All
Check out the Op Ed pinned by Michael Griffin, our president and CEO, for the New Orleans Advocate: https://lnkd.in/etnimyN.
Now Offering Adult Primary and Preventive Care
at Daughters of Charity Health Center - Louisa
Beginning in December, Daughters of Charity Health Center - Louisa will offer primary and preventive care services for adults.
NEW ADULT SERVICE HOURS
8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
We’ve added these new services with your entire family in mind! Call (504) 948-2873 for more information or to schedule an appointment today.
Expanded Dental Hours at Carrollton Health Center
Thanks to our exponential growth, Daughters of Charity Health Centers’ Carrollton Dental Office is now scheduling Saturday Dental Appointments.
NEW SATURDAY DENTAL HOURS
8 am to 1 pm
We’re excited to provide you with the same high-quality dental care with expanded hours for your convenience. Call (504) 212-9550 for more
information or to schedule an appointment today!
Behavioral Health at Gentilly Health Center
Beginning Monday, November 9, many of our Behavioral Health providers practicing at the Carrollton health center will move to our Gentilly health center, located at 100 Warrington Drive (on the campus of Dillard University).
Look for these Behavioral Health providers at Daughters of Charity Health Center – Gentilly soon:
· Cherie Clark, LCSW
· Dr. Rudy Ehrensing
· Yanada Essex, LCSW
· Dr. Michael Hunter Hansen
· Lakenya Points, Case Manager
· Dr. Elmore Rigamer
· Dr. Mark Skellie
*Logan Williamson, LPC, Behavioral Health Care Manager, will remain at the Carrollton Location.
We look forward to offering you the same great quality of care in a larger space. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact us at (504) 207-3064.
Children’s Hospital and Daughters of Charity
Collaborate in Pediatric Services
In November 2014, Children's Hospital and Daughters of Charity Health Centers (DCHC) signed a collaborative agreement to work together to expand primary pediatric healthcare in the New Orleans area. Children's Hospital’s Kids First locations located Uptown on Prytania Street, in New Orleans East, and in Kenner have recently transitioned to Daughters of Charity Pediatric Clinics. In addition, the Kids First Mid-City clinic has relocated to the Daughters of Charity Health Center at 3201 South Carrollton Ave. Read More