LSU Health Shreveport is Comprised of Three Professional Schools.
Exceeding the national NRMP Main Residency Match® rate by 18.7% with 98.3% of MS4 matching
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Enrollment of 551 Students
- 100% Licensure Exam Pass Rates across all 6 clinical programs
- Early clinical integration
- Also available: PhD in Rehabilitation Science & Master of Public Health
- Enrollment of 341 Students
- 3,602 Alumni
- PhD in Basic Sciences
- Also available: MD-PhD, Interdisciplinary Grad Program & Master of Biomedical Science
- Full Tuition Waiver & Stipend
- Enrollment of 73 Students
- 495 Alumni
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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.
Red River Radio - LSUHS faculty, Dr. Joshua Maier, Dr. Ameya Asarkar and Karuna Dewan, join Health Matters to discuss thyroid health and thyroid cancer.
318 Forum - Dr. Elizabeth Disbrow, professor of Neurology, and director of the Center for Brain Health at LSUHS, shares a "key issue in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease is accurate identification of the disease. Recent advances in Alzheimer’s disease testing reflect improved test performance and a reduction in the invasiveness of the tests."
LSU Health Sciences Foundation Honors Community First-Responders and Healthcare Professionals at 11th Annual An Evening for Healers
This year the LSUHS Foundation celebrated record-breaking fundraising with more than $500,000 raised in a single year from more than 100 sponsors. Funds help LSUHS recruit and retain top faculty, acquire cutting-edge technology and equipment, and support programs for students at all three LSUHS schools.
318 Forum - Ron Nierman, MA, LPC, CGP and Jackie Walton, RN, support group leaders at LSUHS's Feist-Weiller Cancer Center, share important information about Sickle Cell Disease with strategies for prevention and treatments.
SB Magazine - Dr. Richard Mansour, professor of medicine and program director of hematology/oncology fellowship at LSUHS, shares about understanding and treatment advances in ovarian cancer from his vast experience over the years, as well as increased survival rates.
KTBS 3 - Dr. Paari Dominic, a cardiac electrophysiologist and professor at LSUHS, says being screened for heart disease is extremely important. That is why we are offering a free community health fair on October 1 with free cholesterol and diabetes screenings and more.
KTBS3 - There are several types of thyroid cancer and Papillary thyroid cancer is the most common. It is a slow growing type of cancer that can be cured with surgery. “You can still get recurrence very frequently in the papillary thyroid cancer. And the recurrence can be either locally or it can be in the form of lymph nodes within the neck,” said Dr. Cherie-Ann Nathan, Feist-Weiller Cancer Center head and neck surgical oncology director.
Ready-Set is a series of college readiness initiatives designed by the LSUHS Office for Diversity Affairs. As a part of Ready-Set, this six-week ACT Prep tutorial will focus on coaching participants on utilizing specific test-taking strategies to prepare for the exam adequately.
While Suicide Prevention Week just ended, this topic is always an important one for discussion. The issue of suicide has been increasingly concerning with respect to teens and young adults.
KTBS3 - Suzanne Tinsley, LSUHS Center for Brain Health Associate Director, says exercise increases oxygen levels in the brain. Exercise has been shown to also slow the progression of the brain’s degeneration process. Watch Video
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!