Memorial Medical Group

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Memorial Medical Group has the area's largest affiliate physician group with more than 90 specialists.

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Welcome to Memorial Medical Group

Memorial Medical Group is leading the way in medical care, bringing together some of the nation's top healthcare experts to coordinate the best possible care experience for patients. As the area’s largest affiliate physician group, we are comprised of 80+ medical specialists who are leaders in their fields. Our professionals come from leading medical schools and premier health systems around the country.Our system coordinates everything from diagnostic results to treatment plans to medical records among physicians within our hospital system and provides you access to important information at any time.

You can be confident knowing that every Memorial Medical Group physician is committed to delivering a superior level of care and a positive patient experience. We center our care on you, creating a truly patient-focused atmosphere.

Expert care starts at Memorial Medical Group. Learn more by exploring our website or contacting us today.

Dr. Brett Cascio Moving Office Locations

Dr. Brett Cascio, orthopedic surgeon with Orthopaedic Specialists, a part of the Memorial Medical Group, is moving to Memorial Medical Group Office Building 4345 Nelson Road, Suite 201 Lake Charles, LA 70605 The office will provide more convenient access to orthopedic and sports medicine services in the south Lake Charles area. He will begin seeing patients at his new location on March 27. The phone number will ...

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Free Seminar: The Silent Killer - Colorectal Cancer

The second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States - and one of the most common cancers in our area - colorectal cancer is often so deadly because there can be no symptoms until it reaches an advanced stage. Prevention and early detection through healthy lifestyle and regular screenings are key components in beating this disease. March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and Memorial is finishing off ...

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