email@example.comThe Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center New Orleans has teaching, research and health care functions state-wide, through its six professional schools and twelve Centers of Excellence, as well as the more than one hundred hospitals and other health science related institutions throughout the State, Region, Nation, and the World, with which they maintain affiliations.
Schools 1931, The LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans School of Medicine 1965, The LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans School of Graduate Studies 1966, The LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans School of Dentistry 1968, The LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans School of Nursing 1970, The LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans School of Allied Health Professions 2003, The LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans School of Public Health
Accreditation LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans, is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097: Telephone number 404-679-4501) to award Postsecondary awards, certificates, or diplomas of less than one academic year (less than 900 contact or clock hours); Postsecondary award, certificate, or diploma of at least one but less than two academic years (at least 900 but less than 1800 contact or clock hours);
Associate Degrees; Postsecondary awards, certificates or diplomas of at least two but less than four academic years (at least 1800 but less than 3800 contact or clock hours); Bachelors Degrees; Post-baccalaureate Certificates; Masters Degrees; Post-Masters Certificates; Doctoral Degrees; First-Professional Degrees; First-Professional Certificates (Post-Degree).
All academic certificate or degree program offerings of the five professional schools of the LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans are either fully accredited or are eligible for accreditation according to criteria of and review by the appropriate national or other accrediting agency concerned.
Chronology Nine people have served as Chancellor of the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center New Orleans since its present organizational structure was implemented in 1965.
The current LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans Chancellor is Larry H. Hollier, M.D.
The eight former LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans Chancellors and their period of chancellorship follow:
1956 - 1969, William Wesley Frye, Ph.D., M.D. - Chancellor
1969 - 1974, William Huffman Stewart, M.D. - Chancellor
1974, John Charles Finerty, Ph.D. - Acting Chancellor
1974 - 1985, Allen Anthony Copping, D.D.S. - Chancellor
1985, Donna Harrington Ryan, M.D. - Acting Chancellor
1985 - 1994, Perry Gardner Rigby, M.D. - Chancellor
1994 - 2000, Mervin Lee Trail, M.D. - Chancellor
2000 - 2002, Mary Ella Sanders, M.D. - Interim Chancellor
2002 - 2005, John A. Rock, M.D. - Chancellor
Welcome to the Campus Health web site. The LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans Campus Health Program is committed to providing a quality academic and work environment for the entire LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans community. We have developed numerous health, wellness, safety and academic resources to assist the LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans' employees, faculty, residents, staff, and students.
Campus Assistance Program
The LSUHSC Campus Assistance Program offers a 24-hour crisis line, community information, brief short-term counseling and referral services.
Community Health, Wellness and Safety Resources
Numerous health, wellness and safety resources have been identified to help assist individuals obtain help for various problems.
Drug Testing Program
Here you may find Drug-Free Workplace Policy information and instructions on when and how to utilize LSUHSC Drug Testing Services.
Employee, Faculty and Staff Health, Wellness, and Safety Resources
Various resources are listed on this web site to assist faculty, staff and employees resolve work and personal problems.
Student Health, Wellness, Safety and Academic Resources
Various Student Campus Health, Wellness, Safety and Academic resources are listed on this web site to assist residents and student achieve their goal of academic excellence
Graduate Medical Education The mission of the Office of Graduate Medical Education is to support the interns, residents, fellows, and training programs of the LSU School of Medicine - New Orleans. We strive to provide a smooth transition from medical school to residency and fellowship training.
The School of Medicine - New Orleans has approximately 650 full time faculty members, 700 students, and 640 residents and fellows (house officers). The faculty, students, and house officers play an integral role in helping to meet the health care needs of the city's urban population of approximately 500,000. We offer a wide variety of resources and support programs to our house officers in addition to an excellent clinical training experience.
Undergraduate Medical Education The Office of Undergraduate Medical Education has established itself as an innovative leader in training physicians. The interdisciplinary Science and Practice of Medicine 100 and 200 courses and the state-of-the-art Isidore Cohn Student Learning Center were created to integrate clinical teaching with basic science education in the first two years of medical school. Students develop competence in the fundamentals of history taking, physical examination, clinical problem solving, medical ethics, preventive medicine, and basic medical procedures in a variety of laboratory, classroom, and clinical settings.
Direct observation and feedback from our clinical faculty is a mainstay of our educational program in the first two years. Through basic and advanced simulation exercises, students practice difficult procedures in a laboratory setting before performing them on patients. Along with this emphasis on clinical teaching, we remain committed to a sound basic science curriculum. Our courses in anatomy, cell biology, biochemistry, physiology, neuroscience, pathology, microbiology, clinical pathology, and pharmacology provide rigorous preparation for Step 1 of the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE).
During the third and fourth years of school, our students receive excellent clinical training in a diverse range of public and private hospitals and clinics. Most clerkship rotations are completed in New Orleans, but students may complete some rotations at hospitals in Baton Rouge and Lafayette. The core third year clerkships are internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, family medicine, and neurology.
While on these rotations in hospitals and clinics, all third year students also utilize the Human Simulation Lab where they have the opportunity to independently manage patients with a variety of different conditions. While we recently created an elective rotation in the third year, there is ample elective time in the fourth year to explore specialties of interest and finalize a choice of residency. Several required courses in the fourth year are specifically designed to prepare students for their residency. These include two Acting Internships as well as our new Critical Concepts course. This new course prepares students to recognize and manage a diverse set of medical emergencies.
The didactic portion of the course is supplemented with simulation training, as well as clinical rotations in an emergency room and intensive care units. The coursework during the third and fourth years gives students an opportunity to experience a variety of medical disciplines while preparing for residency and practice as a physician.
Upon graduation, we feel certain that our students have attained the medical knowledge, clinical skills, and professional attitudes to meet the challenges faced by interns in every specialty.
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans Degree Programs :
MD Community Medicine
MD Emergency Medicine
MD General Medicine
MD Skin & V.D
MD TB & Chest Diseases
MS General Surgery
Clinical Comprehensive Dentistry (Division)
Comprehensive Dentistry & Biomaterials
Oral and Craniofacial Biology
Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Career Alternative RN Education: CARE
RN to BSN
Doctor of Nursing Practice
Doctor of Nursing Science
Master of Nursing / Master of Science in Nursing
RN to MN
Doctor of Nursing Practice
Doctor of Nursing Science
History of LSU Health Sciences Center Shreveport
From the beginning of the charity hospital in 1876 through today, LSU Health Sciences Center Shreveport has been an integral part of health care, education and biomedical research in North Louisiana.
Address: 433 Bolivar Street, New Orleans, LA 70112
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