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St. Thomas specializes in cardiology and infectious disease
St. Thomas specializes in cardiology and infectious disease
Combating health disparities through education

St. Thomas Specializes in Cardiology and Infectious Disease

St. Thomas Community Health Center employs a vast network of licensed health providers who are experts in their medical fields. We provide the best in medical care to all those in need, regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. We also offer varied pricing options via a sliding scale for the uninsured or underinsured.
We specialize in primary care, supported by cardiology and infectious disease. Visit any of our seven locations to get the full-service medical care you need to live a happy and healthy life.  
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May Is American Stroke Awareness Month

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, stroke kills 140,000 Americans each year, making it one of the leading causes of death in this country. Heart health and stroke are closely related, with different heart disease symptoms leading to potentially dangerous outcomes. Here are some tips to improve heart health and reduce the risk of stroke:
  • Don't smoke
  • Exercise regularly
  • Avoid saturated fat, trans fat, and salt
The Heart and Vascular Center's mission is to fight back against common health problems by treating and educating our community. 

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Call (504) 529-5558 Today for Your Checkup

Thank You to Our Partners

St. Thomas Community Health Center would not be possible without the generous support of our community partners. Our partners enable us to work every day to provide affordable, high-quality health care to all those in need, regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. A few of our partners are listed below. 

The Latest in New Orleans Health News

"Is Louisiana prepared for a public health emergency? See where we stand"

Louisiana's ability to respond to a public health emergency has improved over the last five years, according to the 2018 National Health Security Preparedness Index released Tuesday (April 17).

Louisiana scored 6.7 on a 10-point scale for preparedness compared to 7.1 for the United States as a whole during the fifth annual assessment of the nation's day-to-day preparedness for managing community health emergencies. The scores indicate the state's ability to protect the health of residents from incidents such as emerging infectious diseases, growing antibiotic resistance and extreme weather conditions. –
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