LSU Health Shreveport is Comprised of Three Professional Schools.
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We are educating and training the next generation of health care professionals and scientists who will continue our proud legacy of innovative and lifesaving healthcare and cutting-edge medical research. As one of only one hundred forty academic medical centers (AMC) in the nation, LSU Health Shreveport is a revered treasure in a community that fought decades for its creation. Learn more about our Student Achievement.
RESIDENCY & FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS
571 Residents & Fellows | 43 Accredited Programs
LSU Health Shreveport currently offers 43 fully accredited residency and fellowship programs. More than 5,000 residents and fellows have trained at our institution over the years. Upon completion of postgraduate training at LSU Health Shreveport, residents and fellows will have received the best possible training and be able to successfully provide exceptional patient care.
318 Forum - Dr. Anna Walsh (LSUHS Ophthalmology Resident) and Dr. Chanping Liang (LSUHS Professor of Ophthalmology) share information on Glaucoma and treatment to prevent vision loss.
KTAL News - Laura Alderman, Director at LSUHS Institute for Childhood Resilience, says children are largely powerless to control the circumstances of their lives, so they may feel fearful about going places. One of the keys to getting over a traumatic experience is finding trust within your circle.
318 Forum - Dr. Maira Qayyum, LSUHS assistant clinical professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology, shares resources to improve cervical health and to prevent cervical cancer.
LSU Health Shreveport and Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport - St. Mary Medical Center Held Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Teen Lounge
Funding for the Teen Room was provided by the LSU Health Shreveport School of Medicine Class of 2024. The Teen Lounge provides a space for older hospitalized children to play arcade games, video games and other activities providing a fun place for patients that is near their room or healthcare team.
The LSU Health Sciences Foundation in Shreveport is pleased to announce Tom Ostendorff, III was elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors for a 2-year term, which began on January 1, 2023.
LSUHS Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Publishes Treatment Planning Handbook for Children with Autism and Other Neurodevelopmental Disorders
The handbook addresses treatment planning for children with autism spectrum disorder and other neurodevelopmental disabilities using a medical home perspective, emphasizing collaboration between patients, families and providers.
KTBS3 - “It’s important not to trivialize this virus. We’re all back to living as we did before, and I think the best tool we have in our arsenal is to stay current on the vaccine doses,” said Dr. Jeremy Kamil, virologist at LSUHS.
318 Forum - Dr. Ammar Husan, LSUHS Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, reminds us when considering the role of your primary care provider, think of them as your selfcare for both prevention and intervention.
Benjamin K. Mizell, MD, an anesthesiologist with a proven track record of leading major Mass Eye and Ear initiatives including its electronic medical record integration, has been named chief of Anesthesia at Mass Eye and Ear. Dr. Mizell is a graduate of the LSU Health Shreveport School of Medicine.
KTAL News - Dr. Charles Webb, LSUHS Sports Medicine Division Chief said someone under the age of 35 can suffer from commotio cordis, which is a bruise to the heart muscle caused by blunt force trauma.
Shreveport-Bossier has so much to offer that you have to experience it. In partnership with our local S-B Convention & Tourist Bureau, we have some videos to share that only begin to tell the story of all there is to see and do in Northwest Louisiana. We hope you will choose LSU Health Shreveport as your place for learning, working and living!