LSUHS is excited to announce enhanced safety services and vehicles to support our employees, faculty and students.
LSUHS students, residents, fellows, and faculty members, joined by Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport employees in Shreveport and Monroe, observed a moment of silence today in support of Black Lives.
It was a battle between the LSUHS medical students and allied health students to see who could rally around their school and community to donate the most units.
It's not a typical blood drive. It’s a battle between the medical students and allied health students to see who can rally around their school and community to donate the most units.
Dr. John Vanchiere, an infectious disease specialist at LSU Health Shreveport discusses symptoms and treatment protocol for COVID-19 on KEEL News Radio.
Dr. Hugo Cuellar talks to the Arklatex Homepage host of "Loving Living Local", Fernanda Hernandez, about recognizing a stroke and seeking immediate treatment.
The Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce to host "Healthy Workplace, Healthy Brain, Healthy Life" Cognitive Awareness Summit to address these challenges and others like them on March 13 and 14, 2020.
Sarahbeth Howes, a 24-year-old cancer survivor from Shreveport, Louisiana, was the first adult survivor to speak on behalf of St. Jude families in the 2019 Speak Now for Kids Family Advocacy Day event in Washington D.C.
It will be far from an ordinary start this year for the YMCA’s football season. An incredible group of local celebrities is coming together on Saturday September 14th to play a 6 on 6 flag football game at Loyola College Prep’s Messmer Stadium.